Twin Sisters Birth Baby Girls on Same Day

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Most would agree that twins share a special bond and that couldn't be more true for twin sisters Charron and Chardee Hampton, in Indianapolis, Ind.

The twins, 22, are now the mothers to two baby girls. Their daughters were born just two hours apart at the same hospital.

But the similarities don't end there.

"Two hours after my sister was induced. I started feeling it real bad," Chardee said.

"My mom had the camera," Charron said. "And she's trying to run and show Chardee, as she's about to push. So it was crazy my mom was so excited. "They're both 21 inches. Yeah, they were both 21 inches long."

"Five percent of babies are born face up," she added. "And it just so happens that both of us had babies that were face up."

Charron named her daughter Chanise Amari Monroe and Chardee named her daughter Trinity Dominick Brown.

The sisters said they were thrilled to have two girls who can grow up together. They hope the two cousins will share a common bond like they did.

Also, the twins are engaged and have contemplated having the same wedding day.

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