Nora Lorek/Panos Pictures

Reykjavik, Iceland

Drifa Hrund Guomundsdottir feeding the twins Baldur Logi and Brynja Lill their first meal of the day in their home in Reykjavik.

A baby boom in Nordic nations comes as many other wealthy countries are seeing declining birth rates. Drifa Hrund Guomundsdottir, a molecular biologist, and her husband decided to have a third child during the pandemic and ended up with twins. "During the pandemic, in the middle of lockdown, things just kind of slowed down a lot", Guomundsdottir says. Baldur Logi, a boy (left), and Brynja Lill, a girl, were born in March 2021.

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Nora Lorek/Panos Pictures
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Reykjavik
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Iceland
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5000 x 3376 pixels
42.33 x 28.58 cm (300 dpi)
16.67 x 11.25 inch (300 dpi)
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