November 29, 2022

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Twins are born… 30 years later

A family in Oregon welcomed twins 30 years ago.

Lydia and Timothy Ridgway were born on October 31. However, they were modeled in vitro in April 1992.

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A couple trying to have children had several embryos frozen and kept in a lab on the US West Coast until 2007 before being donated to the National Embryo Donation Center.

Rachel and Philip Ridgeway returned to the organization earlier in the year to expand their family.

“When we heard about embryo adoption, we thought it was something we had to do,” Philip Ridgeway told CNN.

“We didn’t expect the world’s ‘oldest’ fetus. We wanted people who had been waiting a long time.

Lydia and Timothy may actually be babies born from frozen embryos in record time.

From 2020 onwards, The holder of this “achievement” was Molly Gibson. When she was born 27 years after conception.

“It’s crazy to think about it. I was 5 years old when God gave life to Lydia and Timothy. He saved those lives until then,” said Philip Ridgeway.

“They are our oldest children, and they are the youngest,” said the father of four children, who are already between the ages of two and eight.

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