2 Sets of Twins Born in 2 Different Years Is TOO Wild! (VIDEO)

Mary Hawkins OMG

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Whoa ... this one will really make your head spin! There are probably plenty of twins who wind up being born with different birthdays depending on how closely they're delivered -- but would you believe two sets of twins were born in two different years earlier this week?!?

Yep. In Washington, D.C., Yaleni Santos Tohalino gave birth to a baby girl at 11:58 p.m. on December 31, 2013. And then she welcomed a baby boy at 12:01 a.m. on January 1, 2014.

And a bit farther north of Yaleni in Toronto, another mom, Lindsay Salgueiro, delivered a set of twin girls -- one at 11:52 p.m. on the 31st and the other slightly after 12:00 p.m. on the 1st.

Crazy ... right?

Check out this video to hear more.

 

OMG. So wild! But what cool birth stories these moms will have to tell as their babies grow up. Come to think of it -- things could actually get pretty interesting for these kiddos down the line, especially as far as birthdays are concerned. When the heck do you plan parties for these kids? New Year's Eve? New Year's Day? I guess the upside is that these little ones will never have to worry about anyone forgetting when they were born.

But what if them being born in different years puts them in different age categories -- as far as signing up for sports or even school cut-off dates go? I know with my son's little league, the level you're placed in is based on the date you were born ... not your age. And I'm guessing the same thing could happen for grade levels, though I'm sure most schools will make an exception so these kids can follow the same curriculum as they grow up.

Most parents probably agree that the year their children were born was one, if not THE best year of their lives. At least these two sets of moms and dads can say 2013 and 2014 were the most memorable ... which is pretty darn cool if you ask me.

Do you think it would be fun to have kids born a year apart ... or a real pain?

 

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