You’ve probably heard the saying hundreds of times before that says: “twins are tied by the deepest of bonds, that nobody else can even understand.” This explains, for example, how twins who have been separated at birth have similar experiences throughout their lives, despite not knowing each other. Common sense confirms this, based on the idea that a bond is formed in the womb which unites them forever. With that in mind, Sarah Mariuz and Leah Rodgers, twin sisters who are inseparable, have not only shared tastes, feelings, emotions and interests, but also their pregnancies.
These twins got pregnant at the same time and gave birth on the same day, but the most surprising thing was that they did it in different places at the same time. At 11:38 am, Leah had a baby boy, who she named Denver, in Colorado; Sarah gave birth to a baby girl in California.
One important detail is that both sisters got pregnant when they were 35 years old. The chances of having multiple pregnancies tend to increase after the age of 30. However, it wasn’t the case for them.
Although they decided to keep the news to themselves and reveal it at Thanksgiving, as soon as they saw each other, they both knew they were going through exactly the same thing.
Seems like magic, right?
Will their children will be bonded in their lives the same way these sisters have been? We still don’t know that, but it’s clear that they’re joined by a very strong bond.