Here is a riddle for you.
Samuel was born first, but his twin brother Ronan is older. How is that possible?
Can you get you head around it?
Seems impossible doesn’t it?
Well, prepare to have your mind blown.
Because this isn’t just a riddle. It is the reality for a family from the US.
You see the twin boys born last week were born at the very time the clocks changed in the US meaning when the clocks went back an hour time played a life-long trick on the tiny duo.
Parents Emily and Seth Peterson went into the hospital late on November 5 when Emily started going into labour.
At 1.39 am on November 6 their first son, Samuel, was born. Thirty minutes later, his brother Ronan was born.
Seems simple right?
On any other night Samuel would be the “big brother” and Ronan forever relegated to the status of the “littlest”, but it was the night the clocks changed, so Ronan’s official time of birth was declared 1:10am.