Life is about to get a little crazy for a Texas couple! On March 18th Steven and Michelle Seals of Maud, Texas welcomed a set of quintuplets at at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.
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They say some things come in 3s, which may also be true with mega multiples. Over the Memorial Day weekend two couples in the U.S. welcomed quintuplets. And while that is rare, it was reported yesterday that a third mom, who lives in the Czech Republic, is also set to welcome 5 babies!
Memorial Day weekend was a busy one for a couple hospitals in the U.S.! Yesterday we reported that Utah couple Guillermina and Fernando Garcia became parents to 5 tiny babies. Today I found a second announcement for a Texan couple who also welcomed quintuplets!
In vitro fertilization is often a last resort for couples who want to conceive. While there are other ways to experience parenthood, such as surrogacy or adoption, no other options exist for experiencing pregnancy or birth. For this reason alone, couples may often be more desperate to try any measures possible to conceive
Because of such a high level of media attention, Texas sextuplet parents Lauren and David Perkins had stopped making updates on their website. But they have finally spoken publicly on the progress of their little brood in a press conference at the Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women where Lauren had given birth and the infants are currently receiving treatment.
Doctors in Mexico have come forward saying that the mom who is allegedly pregnant with nonuplets it lying.
Apparently 5 is the new 2 because for the third time this month a U.S. couple has welcomed a set of quintuplets!
After a long struggle with infertility, Beth and Jim Glass of south St. Louis are now the parents of five tiny babies.