According to this article, two sisters in Ohio give birth to quads two hours apart via c-section.
Yep, bio mom had two girls via invitro fertilization. And her sister had two boys via invitro fertilization.
And with the help of two scheduled c-sections, sister had the boys while bio mom attended, and then bio mom had the girls two hours later in her own c-section.
All coordinated through medical technology. Not a bad thing. Just an amazing thing.
But my question is, how do you decide that two pregnancies equals one set of quads? Sometimes if they’re born days, even weeks apart. What are the determining factors? Surely they are new rules. Since these situations have only been around for so long.
Do they all have to have the same bio mom? And Dad? Or just the same parents under the same roof?
I am amazed by this in so many ways.
I know, it doesn’t take much.
Well, at any rate a multiple congrats to all! And so-long to sleep. At least in bio mom’s house.
Can you even imagine trying to get four babies to sleep?