Can you imagine what it would be like to meet the love of your life from the cribs? Yes, the idea sounds a bit far-fetched, but it happened in real life and here we tell you about it. Ruth Cohen and Shery Rosenstein met at a high school in California, USA, and have been inseparable ever since.
In fact, they are so close that due to fate they became pregnant almost at the same time and as expected, their children grew up being great friends. However, these ended up falling in love and are now husband and wife, as they came to the altar to swear eternal love.
Ruth Cohen and Shery Rosenstein have been friends since high school. At the end of their university studies, both became pregnant almost at the same time. Ruth had a daughter named Maddie and Shery, a son named Adam, who practically grew up together and even shared school on occasion. Although their mothers saw their coexistence as a simple friendship, Maddie and Adam ended up falling in love and married.
His story made it to the magazine People, for which they declared that they have practically known each other since they were four months old. At first, their coexistence was sporadic and they only saw each other a few times a year. But when they turned 14, they became closer, texting and video calling constantly.
She was the friend I could talk to about everything, even the things I don’t want to talk to her about. There was something about her that made her the ideal and perfect woman in my eyes.
When they entered the university, they had a small distance because they were not in the same institutions. However, communication remained through messages, sporadic trips and calls. So Maddie plucked up her courage and visited Adam at his college for a first date.
Since then, their love grew like sea foam, strengthened and surprised their respective mothers, who could not believe that they both loved each other. Some time later, the couple formalized their relationship, to the point of committing themselves and reaching the altar to swear eternal love. His story is worthy of a fairy tale.