MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Twins often look alike or dress alike, but two fraternal twins in La Crosse, Wisconsin share a very unique similarity.

Twins Angel Owen and Kaye Henn were both pregnant with due dates were two weeks apart, but that all went out the window on Sunday.

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Because it was Henn’s first child, Owen knew she wanted to be there for the birth. But while Henn was in labor, Owen started having her own contractions.

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“I thought, ‘OK, I am having a couple of contractions. We are just going to wait it out,’ because I wanted my sister to go first since she was already at the hospital,” Owen said.

Owen ended up having her baby first, welcoming a little boy named Cruze at around 5 p.m. Sunday.

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Around 1:53 a.m. the next day, Henn gave birth to a baby girl named Elena, just 8 hours after her sister.