Sisters Autumn Shaw and Amber Tramontana of Knoxville, Texas gave birth to girls on their birthdays, half an hour apart.
The girls, who were given the names Charleston and Blakely, met from the first minutes of their lives: their mothers gave birth in the same neighborhood. “We would like the girls to feel the same closeness that bound us together,” the sisters admitted.
Charleston was born first. and half an hour later, Blakely. “It’s just amazing,” says Dr. George Wick, who conducted the delivery.
“We were amazed even when we found out that both sisters had the same due date! According to him, he hasn’t seen anything like it in 45 years of practice.
Sisters Autumn and Amber were much less surprised than the doctors. According to them, they have done everything together all their lives, and the birth of daughters was no exception for them.
“We went to school together, then to nursing school, we trained together, our sons were born 10 weeks apart, rejoice the sisters. And now our daughters were born together too! »
The sisters can already wait for the moment when in a year they will be able to organize a noisy joint holiday.