Babies Born Next To Each Other Get PERFECTLY Coincidental Names

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There are many Shakespearian plays written about young love, but this perhaps the youngest story that’s ever been told…and it’s so sweet it will probably make your teeth ache.

Cassie Clayshulte, a newborn photographer at the Coastal Carolina Hospital in Hardeeville, South Carolina, first noticed the literary connection between two babies…and the Internet went nuts.

But what one person calls a coincidence, another may call something else entirely.

Many of us may not adhere to one belief or the other, but rather lie somewhere in the middle.

Is it fate, or is it coincidence?

Is it in the stars? Or is it nothing more than a name? You be the judge.

So let’s dispense with everything else and tell the tale of these fateful(?) babies!

“I go into the hospital every Monday Wednesday and Friday morning to provide sessions for any moms who would like them,” Clayshulte said. “Both parents had hired me to do their sessions that morning when I realized what their names were!”

“We had picked the name out months ago,” Juliet’s mom, Christiana Shifflett, told ABC News.

“We wanted a J name to go with our son’s name, Jonas. We picked Juliet because we were watching the TV show Psych and the character’s name is Jules.”

“It’s funny because we didn’t even name him Romeo after Shakespeare,” said Morgan. “We named him after a singer named Romeo Santos that my husband and I both love.” Not only were they born within 24 hours of each other, but the moms also just happened to be in adjacent rooms, making the story even more fateful.

Luckily there’s no tragic end of star-crossed lovers, but instead a tale of wonderful coincidence — and two happy, healthy babies.

Yup. “So” cute. No matter which side of the aisle you sit on, you can buy into that.

That would be fitting, wouldn’t it? I think that would stack the deck in the favor of “fate” over “coincidence.”

Would that be fate as well? It’s for you to decide, but clearly, the stars hold SOMETHING for these two marvelous additions to the universe.