When identical twin sisters Diane and Darlene Nettemeier met identical twin brothers Craig and Mark Sanders a decade ago, they could never have guessed just how much of their lives would be based around perfect sets of two.
Not only did the two identical sets of twins get married at the same time(officially “quarternary marriages”), they built a pair of homes, side by side.
Soon afterwards, despite a million-to-one odds, Diane and Craig went on to have identical twins of their own – Colby and Brady, now seven.
The amazing part about all this is that identical twins don’t run in the family, they are completely spontaneous. So, for a and identical twin couple to have identical twins is just a ridiculous set of odds, not genetics.
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