It’s a fantastic story about wonderful twins and the power of science.
3 pairs of twins were born in three families with a gap of 15 years. However, all 6 children are formally siblings.
To help infertile couples, the biological parents of these 6 children offered them fertilized embryos.
As a result, the three different couples, each for themselves, gave birth to a pair of twins.
It was only after the birth of the last set of twins that the couples agreed to reunite.
3 pairs of beautiful twins, conceived on the same day, were born 15 years apart in three different families
These children are a gift from God and science!
They were formed on the same day, but were born 15 years apart in the three different couples. However, that doesn’t stop them from being biological twins.
These 6 miracles were formed on the same day in 2002, when the couple Randy and Mary Johnson from Bloomington, Minnesota, had artificial insemination.
Not wanting to put their mother’s health at risk, they made the decision to give birth to just two little ones.
However, relying on religious reasons, Mary and Randy wanted to keep the embryos. The future parents donated it to the National Fetal Center.
The couple’s twins (Kurt and Alex Johnson) were born on June 11, 2003. The other sets of twins were born a few years later.
Only the last pair was born in 2018. All six are considered twins and their parents are now like one big family.