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Posted on 12/28/2011 5:02:01 PM PST by Libloather
US twins give birth minutes apart
Friday, December 23, 2011 » 07:05am
Twin sisters in New Jersey have given birth to their first children just minutes apart in the same hospital.
Danielle and Nicole Fisher were in adjacent rooms, and the boys were born 13 minutes apart on Tuesday night.
The women had been born within 12 minutes of each other 23 years ago.
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Cool. Best wishes to the families.
The boys will grow up to be close cousins. Sort of cool in a way. My godmother gave birth to her last child a few minutes after her daughter gave birth to her first. So, the “uncle” was younger than the “nephew”. Those two boys grew up essentially like brothers (they never called each other Uncle or Nephew)
I don’t think I’ve ever seen such high foreheads as on these two women.
They need to wear bangs or something.
High foreheads are sexy.
I think they are mixed human and coneheads.
Did they coordinate their “family planning” with each other, you know, a telephone call from one to the other to get the husbands in bed?
From the. You are not going to believe this, but I sold twin ladies a home years ago, the were married and all four shared the same bedroom. Had a hard time trying to find a home with a master bedroom they liked.
Were their husbands twins too?
In high school I knew identical twin girls who shared a boyfriend. He was convinced that he was dating only one of them -- they even had synchronized their menstrual cycles, and kept the same social calendar. The one who was "officially" his girlfriend would let her twin sister "sub" for her when she felt like taking a night off but didn't want to disappoint her beau. It got somewhat more complicated as time went on, of course...
They let him in on the fact that they were tag-teaming him eventually. He dealt with it well, I think -- he asked them if they would consent to both being his girlfriends, in the open. The girls decided that since he was a nice guy, and obviously cared for them, they'd go along with that as an experiment (this was the 60's, after all).
They were very pretty girls, too. So he had a blast...
Last I heard they were still at it, but that was 1970. I have no idea how it worked out eventually.
Those aren't foreheads. They are at least fiveheads.
Dated ONE twin once. Walked up to her sister and said, "Hey, I called you last night but you didn't answer."
Everything seemed to all go downhill from there.
That was the very FIRST thing you thought of?
Have a pic of yours?
Hey, it was an honest mistake. One that I'll probably end up making again...
It was the very first thing I thought. But I was a bit more creative with the possible situation at the time of insemination. ;)
That happened to my mom and her mother. I was my mom's firstborn, and my grandmother had my aunt (her last baby) about six months later.
I called her "aunt", even when we were kids. Still do.
You called her Aunt as a kid? LOL!! She probably got a kick out of it because it made her feel so mature. Yes, my godmother’s son and grandson grew up together. Went to the same school, same class, and hung out together every day. To be honest, they were the absolute best of friends.
Well, I dunno. I think she took it in stride. She had four older brothers and sisters living at home at the time, and we called all of them "uncle" or "aunt". Just came with the territory, I think. I don't think she and I ever even spoke on it.
Relatives of yours?
There was a similar story not long ago. Both women were unmarried and had been living in the same apartment for a while. Sounded like they had a hell of a party 9 months ago. The ladies in this story are beauty queens compared to the other two.
“Best wishes to the families.”
Don’t know that there are any; being that it is NJ, they are 23 years old, and have the same last name, I’d imagine this is just some “mistake” by some poor fool who’ll be paying double child support for the next eighteen years.
That story sounds a little creepy for some reason.