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Do twins run in families? Is it genetic or pure luck?
That is a very interesting question! And one that many people wonder about. In fact, I myself once questioned the possibility of having twins because it apparently runs in my family. It definitely was on my mind when I went for my scans to find out if I’m having one or two babies. It hasn’t happened to me but I remember researching this topic at one point. I did find out that it is true and possible indeed; non-identical/fraternal twins can run in families. Moreover, a couple is more likely to have them if there are twins in the woman’s family. Without going into further detail, for a given pregnancy, only the mother’s genetics matter. Simply because a father’s genes can’t make a woman release two eggs.
In the UK, twin babies happen about 1 in every 65 pregnancies. According to NHS data, around 12,000 sets of twins are born in the UK every year. Non-identical ones – like the two babies I captured below – are more common: two-thirds of all twin babies are non-identical and one-third are identical.
Newborn Session @ Renata Kate Photography – is a relaxing, calming experience for families that captures forever the essence of your baby’s individuality and beauty. This is a 2-4 hour styled session in my studio when baby is under 14 days old. Family and sibling portraits are included if desired.
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Thinking about booking your newborn photography session? It’s never too early even though it’s worth booking your newborn photographer at the beginning of your second trimester to guarantee room on the calendar around your estimated due date.
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A £50 deposit and signed portrait agreement is required to book your session. Paypal and all major credit cards accepted.
E-mail me at RenataKatePhotography@gmail.com to begin the conversation!