It all began in Twinsburg, Ohio, at a Twins Day Festival when Craig and Mark Sanders met Diane and Darlene Nettemeir. The two pairs of identical twins paired off, fell in love, eventually got engaged on the same day with the same rings, and got married in a dual ceremony. If that isn't enough for you to digest, in 2001, after being married for two years, Craig and Diane had a set of identical twin boys of their own named Colby and Brady. So many twins, my head is spinning.
The chance of an identical twin marrying another identical twin and then having identical twins is, oh god, millions to one. Considering there aren't any hereditary traits that influence the likeliness of having identical twins, this is completely mindblowing to say the least.
However, if any two parents could be amazing parents to Colby and Brady, it's most definitely the ones they have. Talk about a true understanding of what it's like to be their children.