- A young woman recently headed online to share a touching post about having the same due date as her sister
- In a lengthy post, she expresses how the two of them have sons and are now expecting daughters
- Her followers loved the heartwarming post and were soon congratulating the sisters in the comment section
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A beautiful young woman, Kyra Henry, recently headed to her Instagram page to share an incredibly heartwarming post about how excited she is to have the exact same due date as her sister.
"My sister and I have had two unplanned but shared pregnancies. We have the same due date this time, both had boys first 4 months apart, and now are having girls! The night before my sister told me she was pregnant I literally had a dream that she was pregnant. I woke up telling my husband about how crazy my dream was because we both didn’t plan on having another for a few years.
"The next day she told me she was pregnant with her second baby. I couldn’t believe I had a dream about it and then it actually happened! I had been having pregnancy symptoms since a few days before she told me so the next day I took a test and sure enough it was positive!," she wrote happily.
Her followers were super happy and had this to say:
"WAIT FOR ME NEXT TIME."
"I love you! Awww I’m so excited to share this pregnancy with you. They will be so close! I can’t believe when you said you had a dream about it then I told you."
In similar heartwarming YEN.com.gh, a pastor identified as Reverend Patrick Ugochukwu shared a picture of two biological sisters who gave birth on the same night, and netizens could not keep calm.
His followers expressed joy with some praising God for the miracle of having two people from the same family delivering babies on the same night.
''Here are the wonderful women, blood sisters that gave birth on the same night and with their mother in the middle. Amazing women. Hallelujah in the highest,'' he posted on Facebook.
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