Yeah We’re Published

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I have some really exciting news that I just had to share 🙂  I received confirmation from the Legal Deposits section of the National Library of Australian that my book, ‘A World of Twins : stories and images of Australian Twins and Triplets and their families has been catalogued and is now officially a part of Australian History…. Read more »

Twisted Cords & Monitors…our MoMo Twins Journey

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Have you wondered what “MoMo” twins are, heard the terminology but not quiet understood? Monoamniotic twins are identical twins that share the same amniotic sac within their mother’s uterus. Monomniotic twins are always identical, always monochorionic and are usually termed Monoamniotic-Monochorionic (MoMo) twins. They also share the placenta, but have two separate umbilical cords. Monoamniotic… Read more »

Meet Kenzi Louise & Keoni Renee

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Sharna Delint: Butler, Western Australia Our 5 month old twins Kenzie and Keoni were born at 37 weeks. I have birth naturally having been induced and they were born 29 minutes apart. Having the girls meant going from 2 to 4 kids, which is a huge difference. We had to upgrade our car and in… Read more »

My gorgeous twins Xavier & Zachery

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Jaqueline : Quinns Rock, Western Australia Hello my name is Jaqueline, my friend call me Jackie. I am a very proud single parent raising my beautiful 5-year-old fraternal twin sons Zachery James and Xavier and their big sister Alicia Eve. My fraternal twins were born at 38 weeks and honestly it felt more like 38… Read more »

Our twins are turning 21

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Joanne & Adrian Davis : Graigie, Western Australia Our identical twin girls Kerrie and Linsey were born 6 weeks early, weighing 4lb 6oz and 4lb 10oz and 50 minutes apart and kept in hospital for 6 weeks. They turn 21 next weekend, which will be a double celebration, we’re so proud. Gosh so how has… Read more »