Twin Sisters Give Birth To Baby Girls On Their 33rd Birthday


Autumn Shaw and Amber Tramontana are two twin sisters that gave birth to two newborn daughters just 90 minutes apart on their own birthday!

The women from East Tennessee gave birth to their daughters Charleston and Blakely at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville. Tramontana told WATE that the twin sisters wanted their kids to have the same experience they had while growing up, and that’s why they wanted to have babies close together.

However, they didn’t plan that it was going to be THIS close together. According to some estimates, the odds of this phenomenon are 150,000 to one!


The twins were placed in neighboring delivery rooms, and both babies were delivered by the same doctor, Dr. George Vick.

He told that it’s a phenomenon that happens once in a lifetime, and it was a situation he had never experienced before in his 45 years of practice.

The girls were due on October 29, Amber and Autumn’s 33rd birthday, and the two women did everything together – including childbirth.

Autumn told WATE that their sons are 10 weeks apart, and they’ve been together for the entirety of their lives.

Congratulations to the happy mothers!