When it comes to natural delivery, twins are normal, triplets are unusual, while quadruplets are quite rare. IVF is used to conceive the quadruplets. The probabilities of naturally conceiving identical quadruplets are 1 in 15 million.
Quadruplets are uncommon and exhausting and dangerous both for the exhausting and dangerous both for mother and the infant. For ensuring their survival, most newborns must stay in the hospital for a prolonged period. This, combined with the stress of having four children when you only intended for one, could put your finances in jeopardy. Tim Webb and Bethani had to figure it out on their own.
Meet Tim & Bethani
In 2015, this picture-perfect pair tied the knot. They live in Hythe, Alberta, which is a little town on the fringes of British Columbia. It has a population of only 827 residents and is mostly supported by agriculture, oil, and forestry. However, this lovely couple had been going through a difficult time.
After only three months of marriage, the couple realized they wanted to start a family. Both agreed to start a family and got started straight immediately. However, after trying for months, they had received no positive results, which made them concerned.
After 9 months of trying, the couple was finally given the good news. They were overjoyed but also perplexed on why it had taken so long given they hadn’t done anything new when the conception occurred. Surprisingly, it wasn’t the only reason that took them by surprise.
But that wasn’t the only surprise they got…
Tim and Bethani learned that they would be parents to four children in a few months only. They were overjoyed when they learned of the surprise.
They were well aware that Bethani’s pregnancy would be difficult and that she’d need plenty of rest to get over it. Their story drew the attention of the media, and they and their families showered them with gifts.
Could you figure out who was male and who was female? I’m sure you can’t. The couple was about to become parents to four baby girls, and they were overjoyed. If I had been present, I would have appreciated some variety.
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