Non-white Mother Welcomes Biracial Twin Boys – Neither Parent is Caucasian

Non-white Mother Welcomes Biracial Twin Boys – Neither Parent is Caucasian

Stacy was overwhelmed when she learned she was expecting twins – but the 31-year-old Nigerian woman could never imagine what would happen once she started giving birth…

When Stacy arrived at the hospital for the scheduled cesarean section, she was thrilled. The mommy knew that her baby boys Daniel and David Omirin were well on their way – but once she saw their faces, she and her husband were stunned.

The unique twins came into the world on February 26th, 2019, and were born just a few minutes apart. But the thing was that Daniel and David absolutely nothing like each other – except for their big brown eyes.

Daniel was born with dark skin and curly black hair – almost a copy of his older sister Demilade. David, meanwhile, was born with golden curls and white skin.

Stacy and her husband are black, so the boys’ different looks were a huge surprise.

“We did not know about their differences while I was pregnant, the scan did not show such so it was a huge surprise and the most amazing moment when the first twin (Daniel) came out with black hair and the second twin (David) came out with gold hair,” Stacy told Bored Panda and added:

”I had them through CS, so the doctors were like: ‘It seems you are having totally unidentical twins.’ Before I knew it, nurses started coming out to look at them”.

The twins’ appearance puzzled and confused people – Stacy says that many people often find it hard to believe that she’s the mother of both children or that Babajide would be the father of both.

When the babies were born, the mother was overjoyed and didn’t care about their looks. She can still remember the nurse’s words when Daniel came out.

”Daniel came first, and then the nurse said the second baby has golden hair. I thought, how can this be possible? I looked down and saw David, he was completely white,” Stacy told The Daily Mail.

However, she wasn’t totally sure how her husband would react. Luckily, he responded as most dads would.

“Their dad was really overwhelmed and immediately named My Twin 2 (David) ‘Golden,’ so he fondly calls him Mr. Golden. He was all overjoyed seeing his boys. He stood for more than 10 minutes staring at them and said he was just looking at God’s wonderful work and that they are his best gift ever,” Stacy said.