Moles went to Mason for questions about back pains, while Mason asked Moles medication-related questions.
"It's been really good to have her," Mason said. "It's been fun to compare. It's good to have someone as close as your sister. We were going through the same thing at the same time."
Arnott is just happy her daughters and grandsons are healthy, she said.
"It's a blessing," she said through tears of joy. "It's wonderful."
The new babies' grandfather, Steve Arnott, couldn't be more proud of his daughters, he said, adding that they've excelled academically and otherwise throughout their lives, he said.
"We never had an ounce of trouble with them growing up -- never," he said. "You always hear about children going through a rebellious stage. Neither one of them did. They were wonderful children."
And what about his daughters having babies on the same day?
"I think it's wonderful, [they'll have] one birthday party," Arnott joked.
That might be a little premature. "I don't know, we haven't even talked about it yet," Moles said.
Mason is glad the two cousins will live near each other and be involved in each other's lives.
"Maybe, some day," she said, "they'll play on the same baseball team."
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