Santa Claus had no idea what he was in for when 10 sets of twins showed up to take a picture with him in Illinois this week/ On Monday, Stacy Kifer, co-founder of “Chicago Twin Moms” — a parenting group for moms with multiples under the age of two in the Chicago area — showed up at the Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois with 20 toddlers and their mothers for a very special holiday picture. Kifer told PEOPLE that while “Santa (and the mall) had NO idea this was happening,” the group outing was far from an impulsive decision. The mothers had started planning for the twin-filled photo a few weeks earlier, when they first noticed the mall was setting up for Santa’s arrival. “I suggested it would be fun to get as many sets of twins as possible in a photo with Santa,” said Kifer, mother to 16-month-old twins Kaleb and Kobe. “We put it out there to our entire group and suggested they all wear read and/or green for the photo.” » Check this list of the 10 worst toys of 2017 before you finish holiday shopping She also noted that “We are all really into clothes and dressing our kids alike, so many of us even had the same shirts as each other that we got from a fellow twin mom’s t-shirt business.” In order to minimize chaos, the group got to the mall early so they could be the first in line. But before the twins could take their photo with Santa, they were taken to a waiting area that looked like a giant snow globe. “That was the really wild part,” she added. “20 toddlers running around with fake snow!” When it was finally picture time, Kifer said that “the look on [Santa’s face] when more twins just kept coming out of the waiting area was pretty priceless.” However, the moms quickly realized that if there was going to be any chance of keeping their little ones still, they would have to be in the photo too. » Sweet grandma who invited wrong person to Thanksgiving last year has him back again for seconds But, luckily, they had some help keeping the children focused: “Santa’s ‘elves’ and the photographer were amazing at getting all the kids to look at them.” Added Kifer, “We only had one meltdown which we thought was pretty good given the number of kids [we had].” Want