These Georgia Twins Were Reunited After 219 Days & Their Reaction Will Warm Your Heart

These twins know a thing or two about strength.
Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta Twins Reunited

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) captured the most precious reunion between infant twin sisters and it will make your heart explode. 

Identical twins Cora and Miller were finally reunited for the first time since they were born and they instinctively started holding hands. 

According to the twins' mother, Lindsey Bowers McCoy, the girls were born about 2 months premature and suffered from a rare form of Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome called Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence (TAPS).*

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While at Egleston for a procedure on her little heart three weeks ago, the wonderful team in the CICU let us bring Cora to see Miller..." Lindsey Bowers McCoy

Little Miller also had Selective Intrauterine Growth Restriction (SIUGR), so when the twins were born, they had to be separated almost immediately.

At one-month-old, Miller was transferred to Scottish Rite at CHOA for further treatment, and Cora was able to go home from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Northside Hospital Atlanta.*

After a long 219 days apart, the cardiac intensive care unit (CICU) at CHOA allowed the twins to reunite in the hospital, and they couldn't stop staring at each other. 

The little girls touched fingertips and gazed into each other's eyes as if sharing an unspoken, "I missed you."

McCoy shared, "It’s been a long road, and we still have a journey ahead of us, but we’re all anxiously awaiting our reunion at home."

*This article has been updated.