After years of trying to conceive, Judith and her husband from Canada finally had their dreams come true with the help of extracorporeal fertilization.
They were thrilled to find out that they were expecting not one, but two babies.
The pregnancy went smoothly, and the twins were born at one time, a boy and a girl.
But when Judith saw her newborn children, she was in shock.
The midwife showed her the babies, and they looked vastly different from each other in terms of skin color.
At first, Judith thought there had been some kind of mistake at the fertilization stage.
As she walked with her children, many people would ask her where the mother of the fair-haired girl was.
When she explained that the girl was her native daughter, people were always surprised.
Like many albinos, the girl had reduced vision.
Fortunately, the climate of Canada is ideal for an albino girl, as she cannot be in the heat, and high temperatures are not a problem in that country.
However, over time, Judith realized that skin color did not matter.
What mattered most was that her daughter looked just like her.
In conclusion, Judith and her husband’s long journey to have children was finally fulfilled with the help of IVF, and the fact that the twins were born with different skin color did not change the love and joy they had for them.
The stranger will never say that these cute children are twins, but for Judith, they will always be her beloved children.