Double play of twins beats 1-in-70 million odds

by Thor on Feb. 19th, 2013

No, you're not seeing double in this post. Last week a Houston woman gave birth to two pairs of identical twins. For those of you charting it out at home, that would be a set of maternal twins that both divided into sets of fraternal twins right after conception. The four boys were named Ace, Blaine, Cash and Dylan. See any pattern there?
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