Patty Hernandez, 39, of Charlotte, North Carolina, continued the unusual family tradition by naming her newborn baby Clayton.
She named all of her children with the same first letter in honor of their 38-year-old father, Carlos.
But Patty revealed that she and her husband struggled to come up with a new name starting with “C” before the birth of their last son.
She told the Mirror: “We couldn’t come up with a name and then Clayton just walked into my head.
“All the kids have names that start with ‘C’ and we wanted to keep going. My husband’s name is Carlos… it’s a tribute to him. “
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The mother said her last pregnancy was the most difficult yet, although despite this, she is still ready to have more children.
Patty, who runs her own cleaning business, said she felt her big family was a “blessing” from God.
She added, “God blessed us with all these kids, I know some people disagree and there are some nasty comments online, but for us it’s a big blessing.
“I never thought I would have a big family until I started having babies. Then I thought ‘this is cool, why not?’ It’s really fun. “
“If God wants us to have another child, we will have another. “
Carlos was with his wife on May 5 when she delivered Clayton, who weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces.
The mother was 40 weeks pregnant when she gave birth – her longest pregnancy to date – and she is still in the hospital.
“All of my other births were before 38 weeks. He just didn’t want to go out, ”she said.
“The other kids can’t wait to meet their little brother. I have been in the hospital since Tuesday. They prompted me on Tuesday and it came out on Wednesday. “
Patty said most of the nurses at the hospital recognized her when she went to give birth.
“They were like ‘you were here last year, we see you every year,’” she said.
Patty and her husband currently spend £ 650 on their children’s food every fortnight, but she stressed that they are not receiving any government support.
The couple earn enough from their cleaning business to pay their bills – and they’re hoping their eldest Carlos Jr, 13, can help out the family business soon.
The couple, who have never used contraception, also have three pairs of twins, Carla and Caitlyn, 10, Calvin and Catherine, 6, and Caleb and Caroline, 3.
The rest of the children are; Christopher, 11, Cristian, nine, Celeste, eight, Cristina, seven, Carol, four, Camilla, two, Charlotte, one, and Crystal, one.