In the United States, twins each gave birth to a baby girl on their 33rd birthday, just 90 minutes apart. One in 150,000 chance.
On October 29, 2020, twin sisters from Tennessee ( United States ) gave birth to a baby girl, just an hour and a half apart.
A very rare phenomenon
While giving birth, Autumn and Amber were also celebrating their 33rd birthdays. A very rare phenomenon. The cousins, baptized Charleston and Blakely, are in very good health and look like two drops of water to their mothers.
“We wanted our kids to have the same experience we had growing up. That’s why we wanted to have babies close together. But we hadn’t imagined that,” said the twins.
This isn’t the first time the twins have gotten pregnant at the same time. In fact, two years ago, they experienced their first pregnancy together. Their sons were born 10 weeks apart.
Twins are inseparable
In an interview with local media, Autumn said she had a miscarriage: “We didn’t really understand God’s plan or why this happened to us, we knew it was common, but we knew that he had a bigger plan and we just trusted that plan.” A few months later, the young woman discovered that she and her twin sister were expecting a child.
It’s no secret the twins share a special connection. Autumn and Amber are no exception. Since childhood, the sisters have done everything together: they studied in the same institutions, they became nurses and gave birth at the same time.
Now, the family will now have four birthdays to celebrate on October 29.