After 17 Years, Sisters Reunited
These two girls’ story sounds like something out of a movie. CNN reported that Robyn and Jordan, both Washington, D.C., met and found out they had a lot in common, starting with their families. At a track meet, Robyn Jeter and Jordan Dickerson learned they were sisters separated at birth.
Robyn, 17, has been bounced around from foster home to a legal guardian, while Robyn was adopted by a family shortly after birth. Robyn told CNN’s reporter she had no idea she had siblings though Jordan, who knew about her adoption knew she had a brother but not a sister. They didn’t meet until a January track meet where a team member said to Robyn, “There’s a girl here that looks just like you.” Robyn and Jordan compared stories and found that they were sisters. They’ve spent all their time catching up and found they have the same shoe size, have played a lot of the same sports through their lives and say they sound so much alike on the phone, people can’t tell them apart.
We love that this story has a happy ending.