Twins may account for only about 3.5 percent of all babies born in the U.S., but just try telling that to Kerri Park Bunker and Kelli Park Wall of Utah.
The twin sisters, who teach at the same school, are both expecting their second set of twins each. What makes this even more amazing is that the sisters have suffered from infertility.
Two Utah twin sisters are on a mission to be the most twinning twins of all time.Posted by Mashable on Sunday, September 13, 2015
Two Utah twin sisters are on a mission to be the most twinning twins of all time.
Despite their fertility issues, Bunker and Wall have five children between them. Bunker has 4-year-old twins, Hallie and Kole, as well as a 2-year-old, Sadie. While Hallie and Kole were conceived with medical assistance, Sadie and this new set of twins weren't.
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Wall has almost 5-year-old twins, Madison and McKell (seen here when they were 2).
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"I hope those people that are dealing with fertility [issues] do not give up because miracles happen in a variety of ways every day of our life," Bunker told Huffington Post. "And I feel like in vitro alone is a miracle and has provided a way for people like us to have kids."
via Huffington Post
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