ost people look forward to the "fall back" that happens when Daylight Saving Time ends in autumn. You get an extra hour of sleep, and it's easier to leave for work in the morning when it's not pitch black outside.
However, for a set of twins in Barnstable, Massachusetts, Daylight Saving Time made things a LOT more complicated.
Meet Seth and Emily Peterson, pictured here with their twin sons Samuel and Ronan.
Samuel and Ronan are just like any other twins.
They were born healthy and strong at the Cape Cod Hospital in Massachusetts, and both babies and their mom are recovering beautifully.
Well, there is one thing that makes these guys pretty unique.
Although Samuel was born first, Ronan is the older of the two.
Did we lose you there for a minute?
Take a minute to try to figure it out…
You get it?
Okay, here’s a hint: Samuel was born at 1:39 a.m. on the morning of Sunday, Nov. 6 and Ronan was born at 2:10 am.
However, since Daylight Saving Time ended and time fell back an hour, Ronan’s official time of birth was stated as 1:10 a.m on his birth certificate.
The boys' parents had an inclining that this strange twist might happen.
“My husband was the first to say it, ‘Here’s a riddle for you!’ ” Emily told ABC News.
“It literally took me a day to wrap my head around it.”
She’s not the only one!
We’re still trying to work out the logistics!