To say that conjoined twins Tatiana and Krista Hogan are a miracle is a gross understatement!
Doctors didn't think the duo, whose brains are fused together, would live past the first day, but seven years later, they've stunned everyone by learning how to walk, talk and play together.
While each girl can control her own limbs, they can also control one of each other's legs and arms. Sharing emotions and sensations as well as being able to see through each other's eyes are a few other abilities they possess.
But while there's a lot the twins share, their mother, Felicia Hogan, says the girls have different personalities. Tatiana is more of a leader while Krista is shy.
Neurosurgeon Douglas Cochrane, who has been monitoring their growth and development, admits, "They have amazed me — how they are the same but how they are different, how they are dealing with an error of nature to live healthy lives."
And Hogan is determined to allow her girls to be as normal as possible. "We never tell them they can't do something. They have to try it," she shares. "They are happy, fulfilled little girls… People need to see these little girls are amazing for who they are."