You supposedly can’t enter the same river more than once. It turns out that it isn’t. This was demonstrated by two sisters who gave birth to their children on the same day.
Unless you take into account the fact that they also gave birth to their elder children jointly, it doesn’t appear unusual.
Despite being sisters and best friends, Jennifer Solis and Mara Megan did not intend to become Pʀᴇɢɴᴀɴᴛ at the same time. They claim that both instances of everything happened by mistake. The second sister learned about the pregnancy approximately 1.5 weeks after the first.
The Piedmont Columbus Regional Hospital in Columbus, Georgia reported that Mara Meighan and Jennifer Solis, both from Alabama, gave birth on the same day and around the same time. According to the hospital, Meighan gave birth to a ʙᴀʙʏ girl called Ana Grace who weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces at midnight on June 9. Marco, who was born to Solis a few hours later and weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces, was born.
They now assert that they won’t go through the same thing again and haven’t given additional replenishment any thought.
Both women appear to be in good spirits. Children are connected to their mothers and in good health. Mara and Jennifer are currently genuine мedia stars. Journalists relentlessly pose for photos and want interviews. Women are not bothered by this; on the contrary, they are pleased to share such an uncommon situation that fate has already presented to them twice. They are hoping that the births would forge a special link between the Nᴇᴡʙᴏʀɴꜱcousins that will last a lifetime.