Sisters Give Birth Within 13  Minutes  Of Each Other Beat 2,000-To-One Odds

Sisters Give Birth Within 13  Minutes  Of Each Other Beat 2,000-To-One Odds

Give birth at the same time for sibling always is rare. Here is the couple sisters beat 2000 to one odds as they give birth with 13 minutes of each other.

Jo-Anne Hurt, 22, and Rebecca Hurt, 25, from Sheffield, both of them discovery they were expecting, but despite their due dates being six days apart, their babies arrived within minutes of each other. Both of babies are baby girls. It seemed like even more of a coincidence.

Jo-Anne said: ‘I still can’t believe we dicovery we were pregnant this time last year, and that we both gave birth on the same day, i was sʜᴏᴄᴋ and so happy, our children will have the same birthday. We’ve both always been really close and done everything together, and pregnant was the same time too”.

Even the doctors were sʜᴏᴋᴇᴅ,  they just laugh about it now. It’s been a wonderful and unforgettable experience.

Their  little double acts are always together. They have matching clothes and she know they will grow up like sisters and be as close Jo-Anne Hurt  and Rebecca are. They agreed they’d grow up not just as best friends, but as sisters like their moms. It was so nice going through all the ᴀᴄʜᴇs ᴀɴᴅ ᴘᴀɪɴs of a pregnancy and having sibling sister there to hold hand to was going through the same.
Jo-Anne Hurt Jo-Anne Hurt recalls pre-birth memories with her sister. During the nine months they had so much fun, they  went shopping together for baby clothes, compared their bumps and felt the babies kick at the same time.’

Jo-Anne and her partner Lewis Hague, 23, already have a little boy, Oliver, 18 months, while Rebecca has a little girl, Charlie, five, who she’s bringing up with her partner Angelo Dearman, 21. On August 17 last year,  both sisters went into labour and at 9.03pm Rebecca gave birth to Phoebe, weighing 5lb 15oz. By 9.16pm Jo-Anne had given birth to Isabelle, who weighed 6lb 13oz.

Jo-Anne said: ‘I was five days passed my due date when Rebecca went into labour.

Within hours my ᴄᴏɴᴛʀᴀᴄᴛɪᴏɴs had started too so the hospital reserved a bed for me not far from Rebecca at the Jessop Wing in Sheffield. It was such an emotional time for our whole family. Our parents had become grandparents twice in the same day, our partners were both uncles and our siblings had two nieces. I didn’t think we could’ve timed it better even if we tried. It’s been a magical journey and I wouldn’t have wanted to share it with anyone else.’Rebecca, a full-time mother, said: ‘Me and Jo-Anne have always been close She’s always borrowed my clothes [and] growing up we spent most of the time glued together. She’s not only my sister, but my best friend, and I know our little girls are going to be too.’

 

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