Twins Give Birth The Same Day: Twins Aimee And Ashlee Nelson Have Baby On New Year's Eve

By Staff Reporter on January 2, 2013 2:35 PM EST

Aimee and Ashlee Nelson
Twins Aimee and Ashlee Nelson give birth to sons on New Years Eve merely 2-hours from one another. (Photo: on.aol.com)

The Nelson family ends 2012 on a high note. In fact, it's safe to say that the family will have an incredibly difficult time to top the wonderful miracle that occurred on New Year's Eve -- twins Ashlee Nelson and Aimee Nelson, 19, gave birth to a baby boy on the same date merely two hours apart!

The most unlikely of circumstances, twin sisters were actually due for school for a week apart and even requested for the doctors to induce labor in advance to allow their babies to be born the same time. However, the doctors of Summa Akron City Hospital refused the request. Despite the denial of medical intervention, their firstborn children still managed to share the same birthday. Thanks to what can only be explained by a rather powerful example of twin telepathy phenomena, the remarkable birth of baby Donavyn and baby Aiden managed to steal the limelight from all the newborns that were welcomed on New Year's day.

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Mom Aimee Nelson and dad Matthew Bratten, 20, welcomed son Donavyn at 12:11 p.m. Monday. Donavyn hit the scales at 7 pounds 2.5 ounces and measured 21 inches long. Next, mom Ashlee Nelson and dad Cody Dilts welcomed Aiden at 2:03 p.m. Aiden weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces, and measured 22.5 inches long.

Grandmother Marcella Farson sheds light on just how unbelievable the connection between her twin daughters are at sharing both major and minor life events. "I allowed them to do what they wanted - and they did for the most part. But the funny part is that nine times out of 10, one would come home with one thing purple and the other one would do the same thing but pink."

Be sure to watch the video of the twin moms on AOL News here.

[Source: Ohio.com]

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