There's just something about twins. Much research has documented the intricate relationship twins have, the closeness they share. There are stories of twins being separated at birth and living years apart sensing that a part of them is missing - before they reunite and suddenly everything makes sense. Still, I don't think I've ever quite read a story like this, and I can't help but wonder, seriously - what are the odds!? On February 8, 2016, twin sisters Stephanie Edginton and Nicole Montgomery from New Jersey, USA, delivered their tiny babies. Yes, you read right. On the exact same day, at the exact same hospital, and within just minutes. Read below for the rest of this beautiful story.
According to local TV station 6ABC Action News, twin sisters Stephanie Edginton and Nicole Montgomery gave birth to little girls on Feb. 8.
Baby Cora and Louisa were born just six minutes apart at Virtua Hospital located in Voorhees, New Jersey. The hospital later shared a photo of the proud twin moms and their new additions in a Facebook post, with the ever-appropriate hashtag “#CutieCousins.”
“I actually had a doctor’s appointment today because I was due on Friday, so I got there and they said: “you have to go to the hospital” [to deliver] and then I got a call that Nicole was on her way, too,” twin sister Stephanie told 6ABC Action News.
Twin moms Stephanie and Nicole were themselves born just three minutes apart. Naturally they were beaming with delight at this occurrence.
You can watch the full news report here:
This story just made my day. What an incredible moment for these twin sisters – and their baby girls – to cherish forever. Share this wonderful story to brighten up a friends’ day!
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