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One family received a double blessing during the coronavirus pandemic. Jillian Jenca, of Bucks County and her sister Alison Mack, of NE philly went in to labor hours apart on Tuesday. Alison said through their entire pregnancies they joked about having their babies on the same day. After giving birth, Jillian was sending her sister pictures of her new baby girl. She got the response, “love you but I’m in labor now.” Within a few hours, Alison welcomed her baby girl. The two newborns Josephine Scotland and Abigail Rose will forever share a birthday and a very special bond. Jillian and Alison grew up very close and they were best friends and now they look forward to the same for their girls.

Best friends forever: Pennsylvania sisters give birth to baby girls on same day

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- One family received a double blessing during the coronavirus pandemic. What started as a joke became reality as Jillian Jenca, of Bucks County and her sister Alison, of Northeast Philadelphia, went into labor just hours apart on Tuesday, May 19.