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These Twins Born On New Year's Don't Share A Birthday

The only thing separating them is three minutes and one year.

Forget giving birth to the first baby of 2016 -- what about having twins in two separate years? That's exactly what happened to San Diego mother Maribel Valencia, whose babies Jaeyln and Luis will forever celebrate their birthdays a year apart.

Baby girl Jaelyn arrived on December 31, 2015 with exactly one minute to spare -- at 11:59 p.m. -- and her brother Luis was born at 12:02 a.m. on January 1, 2016. A New Year's Eve and New Year's Day baby -- what could be luckier?!

The proud new parents are already bracing themselves for the sibling rivalries to come. "[Maribel] really wanted to have the babies on the same birthday because you know later on in the years, they're going to have a little confrontation and be like, 'my birthday came first,' so it means two birthday parties, back to back," father Luis told NBC 7 San Diego.