Twins Can’t Imagine Give Birth Two Hours Apart Despite Having Different Due Dates
Twin sisters both gave birth on the same day! Not only that , TWIN sisters defied million-to-one ᴏᴅᴅs to give birth to their babies on the same ward in the same hospital, despite having different due dates.
Rachel and Kim Saunders, from Minnesota, USA, revealed on TikTok how they gave birth to their sons just two hours apart – joking they’ve always done everything together. Two identical twin sisters gave birth two hours apart, despite not being due on the same day.
Rachel and Kim Saunders, from Minnesota, USA, welcomed their first born sons into the world after going into ʟᴀʙᴏᴜʀ ɪɴ sʏɴᴄʜ – ᴀᴅᴍɪᴛᴛɪɴɢg they’ve always done everything together. William ‘Trip’ Saunders Soule was delivered at 11.27pm on July 8 last year, while his cousin Crew Philip Crawford followed at 1.28am on July 9.
The tots are now happy and healthy six-month-olds and already get on well just like their mother.
They told fans: “We knew we wanted kids at the same time and ended pregnant the same month.”
Then when the pair went into labour at similar times, they grabbed their bags and headed to the hospital together. They even planned to pass time on the ward by playing games together. Unfortunately, couldn’t find time to play cards between contractions, epidurals and pushing.In a video that’s been viewed 107,000 times, they revealed they had separate weddings. And contrary to popular belief, the siblings didn’t get married to twins themselves. Their babies look very similar though – and the mums look for ᴛᴇʟʟ-ᴛᴀʟᴇ ᴄʜᴀʀᴀᴄᴛᴇʀs to tell them apart.Trip was born with slightly darker hair and is smaller than Crew as he was delivered a couple of weeks before his due date. Rachel and Kim aren’t the only twins to fall pregnant at the same time.