A set of identical twin sisters who married identical twin brothers now plan to move in together, and even have synchronised pregnancies. Talk about sibling love!
A pair of identical twin sisters who married identical twin brothers currently plan to move in together and even have synchronized pregnancies.
At the point when Josh and Jeremy Salyers, 35, met Brittany and Briana Deane, 33, they considered it a 'double fairy tale,' and they presently plan to raise their families together.
The couples met when they all went to a celebration for twins in Ohio in August 2017 and state it was basically love at first sight. Furthermore, the love-struck pairs guarantee they had an instant association and now Briana has hitched Jeremy, while her sister Brittany wedded Josh.
"We want to have twins and we want them to be born on the same day. I know that’s four babies," Briana’s husband Jeremy stated in an interview.
"We’ll be raising our families together as well, that’s something we are all on the same page too," Brittany likewise called attention to the fact that their future kids will be nearer than average cousins, on account of their unusual genes.
"Because genetically, if you think about it, it’s like mind-blowing. Our children will be genetic siblings," she expressed. "So they’ll be cousins in theory, but they’ll be genetic siblings because we share DNA, and they have the same DNA,"
The blonde sisters are both lawyers at the same law office and state they couldn't bear it on the off chance that they fell pregnant at independent occasions, as they share everything together.
They stated that they got very similar test results all through school and said they 'felt loneliness for the first time' when they separated to go to different law universities.
"If she [Brittany] was pregnant I would prefer being pregnant too. Being pregnant at different times would be difficult especially with the physical changes that happen," Briana stated.
"So if I was pregnant and Brittany wasn’t, I imagine I would look very different… That would be so hard. We’d be different weights, we would look different, our bodies would be experiencing different things," she added. Indeed, even their folks, who are in full support of the decision, said they have pondered what life will resemble when two couples have children.
"I like to think about their families and what their life might be like. If they end up with one child, do they have four parents?" Brittany and Briana’s mom, Debra Deane, said.
"How will discipline work? Recognizing mom versus aunt and dad versus uncle. It’ll be interesting that phase," she added.
Josh admitted that some people react negatively when they hear about how the couples hope to raise their kids together. "Everyone is OK with the whole twin relationship and twins marrying twins, but when we start discussing raising a family together and living together," he said.