More And More Miracle Twins: Identical Twin Sisters Each Delivered Two Sets Of Identical Twins
August 10, 2019 01:54 By Mambee
Twins and other multiple births aren't very common. For example, in 2013, twins accounted for about 3 in 100 births in the United States. And 1 in 837 births were triplets or other multiples.
Twin sisters Kerri Bunker and Kelli Wall are still a source of astonishment to the world, and the reason is not farfetched.
Twin sisters gave birth to twins
Kerri Bunker and Kelli Wall know a thing or two about twins.
The identical sisters, who married best friends, had fertility problems and struggled to get pregnant for a while.
In October 2010, Kelli, who was 36-years-old at the time, gave birth to her first set of identical twin girls through in-vitro fertilization.
Eleven months later, her sister Kerri delivered to her own set of identical twin girls, also through in-vitro fertilization.
For both families, the delay was undoubtedly worth the double-fold blessings!
Surprisingly, Kerri then gave birth to a baby girl through natural means a short time later, and they thought they couldn't conceive naturally.
Her daughter was a huge surprise because doctors had told her and her husband that they could not have children on their own.
Another set of twins
About six years after her first twins, Kelli found out she was pregnant again, and to her amazement, it was another set of twins.
A few days after that, Kerri also took a pregnancy test and found out she was pregnant, too, and with twin boys!
She said to KUTV:
"I still can't even believe it! My mom and dad said you know what, obviously these babies need to be here. There's a reason, so we're chalking it up as a miracle."
The two sets of twins were born within three weeks of each other at the Timpanogos Regional Hospital.
Both Kerri and Kelli have decided that all their nine children will grow up together as they want to remain one big happy family.
What an amazing story! The sisters look so happy and all the children are beautiful! We hope their bid family will only grow in the future.