Most families are happy to welcome a baby sibling to the house, but for the Best family, the birth of baby Isaac was ESPECIALLY happy news! And his 2-year-old brother, Oliver, is over the moon too.
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Rachael and Richard Best, of Leicester, England, had to go through eight rounds of IVF in order to give birth to these two boys. The Bests, who got married in 2004, tried for four years before turning to high-tech help. Between 2009 and 20013, the couple had to endure SIX failed attempts--and three miscarriages--before Rachael successfully got pregnant in 2013.
The British couple also decided to freeze the 10-day embryos from that successful round of IVF. Then Rachael gave birth to Oliver in March 2014.
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In 2015, they decided to try for another child, using one of the embryos from the frozen batch. Again, the pregnancy was successful, and baby Isaac was born in March 2016, two years after Oliver. And because they came from the same batch of fertilized eggs, the boys are technically twins!
"We do regard them as twins but it is a bit surreal. We say they are twins but they are big twin and little twin," Rachael told the Daily Mail, adding that Isaac looks exactly like his big twin brother did when Oliver was 1-month-old.
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