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Re: Those Mono Mono Twins Who Held Hands At Birth

What does "Mono Mono" mean?

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Re: Those Mono Mono Twins Who Held Hands At Birth


@Maudelynn wrote:

What does "Mono Mono" mean?


@Maudelynn Have you read the article to which I posted the link the first post?  You can  pretty much discern what it means from the term used inthe story..

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Re: Those Mono Mono Twins Who Held Hands At Birth

Ok- just read it.  Mono Mono means they shared the same amniotic sac. I had no idea what the term meant.

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Re: Those Mono Mono Twins Who Held Hands At Birth

How nice to see a thead like this.  I have young  twin granddaughters (not mono twins) who at their young ages, have held hands often.  They lived the first 6 weeks of their lives in NICU, but their parents tried to give them as much together time as possible....and they did snuggle up to each other, and probably will always feel this closeness.  So special!

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Re: Those Mono Mono Twins Who Held Hands At Birth

This is such a sweet story. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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Re: Those Mono Mono Twins Who Held Hands At Birth

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Thanks for for posting the story @Pearlee!

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Re: Those Mono Mono Twins Who Held Hands At Birth

I'm bumping up this thread for anyone who hasn't yet seen it, primarily because of another tragedy in the news today.   This thread is something to make you smile.