Mom Had Just Given Birth To Twins, Then She Heard The Nurses Gasp, And She Realized Why 909

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It’s almost as if their birth story is from a fairly tale, the tale of rare twins who were born holding each others hand as they entered the world.

Jenna and Jillian Thistlethwaite are known as “mono mono” twins, they shared the same amniotic sac in Sarah’s, the twin girl’s mother, womb and had only a 50 percent chance of survival. If that wasn’t a miracle enough, it was a sight to see when they grabbed each other’s hand after being born, a foresight to how inseparable they would be.

Sarah had to spend a staggering 57 days bound to her hospital bed, to minimise any risks of losing her babies, and she said she would do it all again if she had to, as it was definitely worth every second.

Sarah describes the twin’s current relationship as being unbreakable, stating that, “They’re as inseparable now as the day they were born”.

Their story has been on of a miracle and has certainly gone viral!

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