How wild is this story? Twin sisters Amber Tramontana and Autum Shaw both gave birth to their second child only 90 minutes apart. To make things even more unbelievable, the births took place on the twins’ birthday, October 29.
The Knoxville, Tennessee mamas have always had an unbreakable bond and are absolutely elated to share a birthday with their new babies.
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“From childhood to homecoming to high school to college and nursing school, nurse practitioner school, our sons who are 10 weeks apart, having them close in age and now our girls,” Autum shared with news station WREG. “We wanted our kids to have the same experience that we had growing up.”
Two years ago, the sisters both gave birth to sons just a few weeks apart. The babies weighed the same and were the same length at birth.
The sisters labored in neighboring rooms at Fort Sanders Regional Hospital in Knoxville. The families were even able to offer each other support through the walls.
“Autum delivered and we were able to hear a faint cry,” Amber shared with Good Morning America. “My husband knocked on the wall as a way of saying congratulations. Ninety minutes later, we deliver and they returned the same knock.”
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