Woman Gives Birth To Another Set Of Rare Identical Twins Against 10-Million-To-One Odds

May 14, 2018 lil teryan 0 Comments


A 27-year-old mother from Colorado, Casey Saunders, was blown away when an ultrasound revealed that she’s pregnant with another set of twins. At first, she thought that technician was just kidding about seeing two heartbeats since the odds of it were highly unlikely. It turns out, that life’s full of surprises. Last year, on December 1 she gave birth to beautiful twin baby girls.

Casey had identical twin boys Hayden and Cameron ten years ago when she was 17. The boys were really excited when their mother broke the news of being pregnant again. Her partner Eugene Goree took the news very well too. ‘He was surprised but really excited from the beginning.’ she told Daily Mail.


The chances for this woman to have another set of twins were around a .0014 percent, but that’s not all. It was later revealed that the twins she was expecting are monoamniotic monochorionic, meaning that the babies developed a shared placenta and amniotic sac. Chances of this occurrence were less than one in 10 million. Even though there was a high risk of umbilical cord entanglement and they were born 8 weeks premature, now Maya and Laia are healthy and doing very well.Check out the photos of this big happy family!

Nope, you’re not seeing double, this family actually raises two sets of twins


This is Casey Saunders and Eugene Goree from Colorado are the lovely couple who recently had twin baby girls



It’s the second time Casey gives birth to identical twins


At the age of 17, she became a mother Hayden and Cameron who are 10 years old now



The boys are very enthusiastic about their new siblings and love to hold them


It quite rare to have two sets of twins. The chances of this happening are around .0014 percent


But no one expected for the babies to develop a shared placenta and amniotic sac. Chances of this occurrence are less than one in 10 million



The pregnancy was risky and was monitored by doctors


The shared amniotic sac posed a risk of umbilical cord entanglement


On December 1, 2017 baby girls were born 8 weeks premature



Despite all the worries, now Maya and Laia are healthy and doing very well


Image credits: Lindsey Ginesi






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