Dec. 2 - Twin newborns in Texas came into the world a 'year' apart at either side of midnight New Years Eve. Gavino Garay reports.
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Texas mom Veronica Reed rang in the New Year delivering twins -- a 'year' apart.
Hannah was born in 2013 at 11:59pm, and her identical twin sister Danielle seconds after midnight in 2014.
(SOUNDBITE) MOTHER OF TWINS VERONICA REED SAYING:
"I think it will give them their separation that I wanted them to have and I think they will always be very close and that they are going to be just fine."
The unique birthday aside, some thought it was a miracle these baby's managed to ring in 2014 with their mom.
Doctors said the twins suffered from a rare disorder in which one twin received too much blood while in the womb, and the other not enough.
In any case, for these 'New Year's newborns, birthdays are sure to be a special celebration in years ahead.
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