STANFORD, Calif. -- Angelina and Angelica Suduko no longer have to spend every waking and sleeping moment together. However, hospital staff report that they only wish to be together, and this is not necessarily sitting well with the parents.
After a 10-hour complex and risky procedure, Stanford University doctors made it possible for the two-year-old girls to live independent lives. So far, though, they want nothing to do with anyone else but each other.
Father Fidel Suduko is a tad bit miffed. "We spent a lot of money in order to give them the opportunity to take a stroll alone, to follow their own dreams. But all they want to do is sit next to each other.
"We even bought an extra bed so that they'd each have their own. I'll be goddamned if they decide to sleep in the same bed."