Double Double: A Story About Twins Born in Two Napa Valley Towns, Two Hours Apart

How Do You Get Twins Born in Two Different Towns, Two Hours Apart? A Woman in Napa Valley Recently Gave Birth to Twin Boys; the First in Calistoga and the Second in St. Helena at the Family Birthing Center.

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St. Helena, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2012

When Tiffany Clarke left for work at The American Trading Company a week ago on a sunny Saturday morning, she never imagined she would deliver each of her twin baby boys in different Napa Valley towns at different times. Her first twin was delivered at work in Calistoga, and her second two hours later at St. Helena Hospital’s Family Birthing Center.

Holding down the shop by herself, Tiffany suddenly felt a dull pain. Certainly not labor pain. It was too early, and it didn’t hurt that much. An hour later, Tiffany called her boss to cover for her, and called her husband to pick her up. Frustrated after being stuck in weekend traffic, Felipe arrived to find Tiffany on the ground, and tiny feet showing. Tylor Perez, 5 pounds 4 ounces, entered the world feet first in Calistoga, California. The EMTs arrived to find Tylor wrapped in his daddy’s shirt, and surrounded by a sea of clean aprons provided by employees of Sarafornia Restaurant next door. The EMTs cut the umbilical cord, and reassured Tiffany that “It’s ok, everything is finished.” Then, to their astonishment, Tiffany replied “No, it’s not. There’s another one coming. Really, there’s another one in there!”

Two hours later Phillip Perez, 5 pounds 10 ounces, also decided to come into this world feet first, and was safely delivered by Dr. Brian Henry at St. Helena Hospital, in St. Helena, California. Phillip’s birth was more difficult, and Tiffany said, “I am glad I was here at St. Helena Hospital with Dr. Henry. He made me laugh all the way through the delivery.”

Mother, Father, and big sister Arianna, age 2, are home with the twins, and everyone is doing well. Phillip and Tylor will grow up having a unique story to tell, and birth certificates from two different towns to prove it.

To learn more about the Family Birthing Center at St. Helena Hospital, contact us at 707.963.3611 or visit us online at http://www.sthelenahospitals.org.

St. Helena Hospital is part of Adventist Health, a faith-based, not-for-profit integrated health care delivery system serving communities in California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. Our workforce of 28,700 includes more than 21,000 employees; 4,500 medical staff physicians; and 3,000 volunteers. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist health values, Adventist Health provides compassionate care in 19 hospitals, more than 150 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics), 14 home care agencies, six hospice agencies and four joint-venture retirement centers. We invite you to visit http://www.sthelenahospitals.org for more information.