Sarah was excited to give birth to twin girls after 57 days of bed rest. On May 9, 2014, just before the Mother’s day, Jenna and Jillian were born 45 seconds apart. moments later, the doctors and other hospital staffs witnessed an unbelievable bond between them. They were stunned to see the twin girls holding hands when a nurse held the babies up to show Sarah.
Jenna and Jillian shared a special bond even before their introduction to the world. A ultrasound at Nineteen weeks uncovered that the twins were Monoamniotic. They shared an amniotic sac because of this rarest type of twinning that happens in one in 10,000 twin births. Twins experiencing this condition have less odds of survival. Be that as it may, Jenna and Jillian challenged all chances and were conveyed through c-area at 33 weeks. From that point forward, they are demonstrating that they were securely attached. Presently the two-year-old twin young ladies are much nearer than some time recently.
If Sarah and Bill carry them separately on going outside, they become really upset and ask for each other. If one is crying, the other will try to find a way to comfort her. They also like the same food, both like swimming and love to play with the same toys. Sometimes they fight with each other, but they always want to stay together. The incredible bond between these twin girls have amazed thousands. Sarah and Bill hopes their twin girls would be able to defeat any challenges in their life with their built-in friendship.