The twins are identical. Jenna and Jullian were born holding hands. The girls were born with a disorder that only occurs once in every 10,000 births. Jenna and Jillian were born in Ohio, United States, by C-section. The sisters were separated by 45 seconds at birth, and when they were near enough, they clasped hands.
The mother of the girls stated, “My heart simply melted at that moment.” “Even my husband had tears in his eyes; it seemed like everyone in the ward had teary eyes at that moment.”
The girls needed some particular care right after the delivery to aid with their breathing, but on Sunday – which was Mothering Sunday in the US – Sarah and Bill were able to hold them properly for the first time. Sarah stated, “It’s difficult to express how incredible it is to know the girls are safe.” “It’s amazing to know that they’re doing so well, and being able to hold them — the nicest Mother’s Day present ever.’
Time has passed since the birth, yet glancing at the girls, it becomes evident that little has changed. Jenna and Jillian are inseparable from one other.