Whilst it's extremely rare to hear of five generations of family period, it's even more rare to hear of the whole family coming together in the one spot, particularly in the current environment.
However for Milton Matthews and his family that rarity is a reality after the birth of Kye Watson on August 5 2020.
For the Matthews family they can't recall ever hearing of five generations of family, apart from their own.
"Not to our knowledge, apart from when Pheebe was born when we became five generations back then so this makes it our second round," the family told the Argus.
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When baby Kye was born, Milton officially became a great-great grandfather at the ripe age of 90, nearing on 91.
Milton, a South West Rocks resident for almost 50 years, has been a regular contributor to the local community, being an active member of the Lions Club, School of Arts and awarded local Citizen of the Year two years ago.
When asked how Milton feels to be a Great-Great Grandfather his response is simple.
"I just take it in my stride," he told the Argus.
Milton's wife, whom we met at the age of 13, sadly passed away 10 years ago but the family were still able to ensure Kye knows about his Great-Great Grandmother with a silver box for his first tooth left behind as a present.
With six children, 15 grand-children, 26 great grand-children and one great-great grandchild, Milton has certainly experienced many life situations and his motto for those wishing to live a fulfilling life is wonderful.
"Never betray your love and always be understanding," he said.