We Arent Twins. . . Just Born The Same Day

Two Scottish girls born to the same mother minutes a part are not twins. Hmmm. How does that work?

Defying million-to-one odds and everything you ever knew about fertility and hormones and monthly cycles, a 29-year-old mother of two got pregnant a couple of times within the span of a few weeks.

After she initially became pregnant, her menstrual cycle soldiered on none-the-wiser and released an egg the following month, which also became fertilized and eventually implanted. Oh, and Mom was on the pill the whole time. (Full Story at babble)

That's crazy. I thought we had our kids close together. . .