But the most exciting conversation came from 7-Eleven, who celebrated the news of A&B Brown's birth by pledging $ 7,111 to her college fund.
The convenience store chain had previously called to offer a gift basket with diapers and other items, Langford said. The extra promise was completely unexpected.
When a company representative asked if she was interested, Langford's answer was a resounding yes.
"I was totally shocked," she told CNN. "I'm just a little freaked out."
A 7-Eleven representative confirmed CNN that the company has pledged the money to J & # 39; Amie's College Fund, as well as onesies, diapers, and other gifts.
The young St. Louis family has been in the spotlight since Langford gave birth to 7-Eleven Day, a corporate holiday mark each year with free slurpees.
They've had the attention, but Langford says she's mainly focused on her family.
In addition to J & # 39; Aime, Langford has a 6 year old son. She says it's not easy to juggle bills and take care of their children.
"It's hard for anyone to even get a trust fund for their children," she said. "To get a blessing like that, it just helps a lot."
Aime, for her part, seems to be in the limelight. She eats mostly and sleeps ̵
"Since the child has been here, it's weird, we've been quiet and got more things done," she said. "We have felt very good."