Two babies born to a Pacific Northwest couple now hold the record as the longest-ever frozen embryos to ever result in a successful live birth, according to the National Embryo Donation Center.

Twin siblings Lydia and Timothy were born October 31, 2022 to parents Rachel and Philip Ridgeway, who live outside of Portland.

The embryos were frozen nearly 30 years in liquid nitrogen, intended for a family searching for in vitro fertilization options.

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