In just 4 minutes Danielle and Adam Busby became parents again. But this time around they will need more more gear, diapers, and many more hands. The Busyby’s are now the parents to 6 beautiful girls – five of which arrived at the same time. And if it weren’t exciting enough that they were going to be parents of quints, their brood is the first of its kind in the United States!
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Looking to add just one more child to her family, 65-year-old mom of 13, Annegret Raunigk is now expecting 4!
After 8 years of trying a Utah couple has finally gotten their dream of becoming parents! According to their Facebook page Ashley & Tyson Gardner welcomed their quadruplets girls just after 3pm MST on Sunday.
After spending years doing fertility treatments Ashley and Tyson Gardner are getting the family they have dreamed of – times 4!
Diagnosed with endometriosis in her early twenties Ashley her husband faced years of not being able to conceive.
In the age of assisted reproductive technology when twins and triplets have become common enough, Abby, Brin and Laurel Hepner are a special set of babies. Born on November 22nd these identical triplets were conceived naturally.
Like most triplets, Ffion, Maddison and Paige are unexpected little miracles in the lives of their U.K. parents. However, these three beautiful babies are also a rare occurrence because they are identical.
To conceive quadruplets naturally, you have to beat one in 700,000 odds. Shontae Minor, 22, and Khristian Rohena, 34, one-upped those odds after naturally conceiving and giving birth to quads, despite the fact that Khristian had been diagnosed with a medical condition should have prevented him from being able to conceive children.
For Alabama mom Heather Caroll the journey from pregnancy to motherhood has been an incredible one. From the day it was discovered that she carrying sextuplets, Heather and her husband Mitchell knew it was not going to be an easy task, but five months and thousands of diaper changes later, the family is all smiles despite the daily challenges.
In a one-in-five million chance, twins from two separate uteruses were delivered at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater. Andreea Barbosa, 24, of Clearwater, and husband, Miguel Barbosa, welcomed fraternal twins, Nathan and Natalie Barbosa, on September 15, 2011.
The Molinas always wanted to become parents and for nine long years they kept trying and hoping someday they would hold a baby in their arms. Their patience finally paid off and while the couple would have been happy with one child, they were blessed with five.