Their mother discovers something very, very unusual when these tiny daughters are born. It found out that the twins’ mother’s name was shared by the nurses who assisted in the birth and were present in the delivery room. A humorous tale that will undoubtedly eventually put a smile on young girls’ faces.
Mother Lauren Meehan shares the happy moment with the sisters and invites them to pose for a picture with the twins after learning about the intriguing circumstances surrounding the infants’ birth. The baby girls are named Emma and Julia. In addition to being nurses, Emma and Julia make a lovely, pleasant pair that is bound to make people smile.
“Since we were about to give birth, the team asked me if we had chosen names,” says the mother, who welcomed the twins earlier this month.
“We said we liked the names Emma and Julia. The whole room burst out laughing because the two nurses who were going to look after my babies were called Emma and Julia!”
Lauren also shared that the whole team was very happy with the lucky match. “In this moment, in all the chaos, we were able to stop for a second and enjoy this moment, knowing that we would name the girls not with others, but with these names.”
And Meehan gave birth to her first child in the same ward. The care he receives from the medical team is excellent. Births occur at Rose Medical Center. The mother says her family was surprised to learn she was expecting twins. “Our twins decided to arrive early and fast in the middle of the night,” she adds. “I had so much faith in the doctors who were going to meet my newborn girls. Because I was carrying twins, the birth had to take place in an ᴏᴘᴇʀᴀᴛɪɴɢ room with two teams of doctors and nurses.”
During the birth, Meehan says she had a nurse by her side who explained everything to her, holding her hand. The nurses took turns being with the woman in labor, knowing that the birth would probably be difficult.
The happy mother noted that “these two nurses will always be special to us, as well as the entire team that cared for us that day. They will always hold a special place in our hearts.”