These Twins Are One in a Million – Okay Ten Thousand. You Won’t Believe Their Miraculous Birth! So Touching!
Jenna and Jillian Thistlethwaite are special. Not because they’re twins and not because they’re babies – though definitely those, too! – but because their birth was one in 10,000. How so? The twins were mono-mono: monozygotic (identical) and monoamniotic (they shared the same sack and placenta). So it’s no surprise that they bonded – to the point of being born holding hands. Now that’s awesome.
See their incredible love, their incredible bond – and their incredible birth – in the video below!
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was raised in Minnesota, but currently calls Seattle her home. She's a blogger, editor, and journalist, and she's written everything from news reports to restaurant reviews. If she's not putting pen to paper, G. H. is probably experimenting in the kitchen, chilling out on her yoga mat, or running through a city park.