In December of 1977, 3 identical triplets named Nicole, Erica, and Jaclyn, were born in a small town in Minnesota. As they grew up, they became more and more beautiful everyday, and their bond was inseparable. After being noticed by Playboy, the triplets’ modeling career took off and their beauty was shown off to the world.
One day, they decided to take a DNA test to find out more about their heritage and the results completely changed their lives. Despite the shocking discovery, the sisters’ bond remains stronger than ever. Read on to find out what they discovered that impacted the rest of their lives.
Dahm they’re beautiful
Meet the Dahm Triplets – Nicola, Erica and Jaclyn. The triplets were born in the order we named them, in case you were wondering; on December 12, 1977. It was a blissful day for their parents as they were gifted with triple the joy. Their family of two turned to a family of five within a day, and boy was it a pretty family. With their gorgeous blonde hair and blue eyes, all three girls were a vision. Having triplets that are not only identical but are also stunning to boot is not something you see every day. As soon as they hit their teens they started gaining the public’s attention.
Tattooed to tell them apart
Since it was almost impossible to tell the three of them apart, their confused parents found a creative way to differentiate them from one another. They tattooed each of the girls according to their birth order. Nicole had one dot marked, Erica had two and Jaclyn, who was born third, had no dot tattooed. We can only imagine how hard it must be to tell two twins identical twins apart, so we can’t even imagine how confusing it got with three absolutely indistinguishable girls.