Knatalye Hope and Adeline Faith Mata are two little girls who were born as conjoined twins.
The sisters shared a chest wall, lungs, diaphragm, intestines and pelvis.
A medical staff of 26 worked over 20 hours on each girl to try and separate them.
Knowing it was a complex surgery, the parents awaited the results with hope and faith.
When they were told the wonderful news that the surgery was a success, the parents couldn't hold back their elation.
There was a great sense of relief and joy among both the family members and the medical staff.
Plenty of congratulatory and appreciative hugs were shared.
The parents let it sink in that their two daughters were able to lead individual, independent lives.
We couldn't imagine two more perfect middle names than the ones these parents gave their two girls: "Hope" and "Faith."
See the heartwarming story in the video by KHON2 News.