From Dallas, via Life News (link is in original):
4/16/14 11:53 AM
Emmett and Owen Ezell were born in August in Dallas, Texas but they were very much unlike most sets of twins. They were are identical twins joined in utero — a rare phenomenon that happens in as many as 1 in 200,000 births.
About half of such twins are stillborn, but Owen and Emmett survived not only the birthing process — their mother rejected abortion.
“I’m just so happy that they’re here and they’re alive and thriving. It’s the best feeling in the world,” Jenni Ezell said after the surgery during a news conference at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas, where she was joined by husband Dave and a doctor.
Owen and Emmett Ezell were separated at the hospital after being born joined from just below the breast bone to just below the belly button on July 15. The babies shared a liver and intestines and had an about 3 inch by 5 inch area on their lower stomach that wasn’t covered by skin or muscles.
Now, the little tots are doing well eight months after the surgery …
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