Couple Is Overjoyed To Welcome Brood Of SᴇXᴛᴜᴘʟᴇᴛS After 17 Years Infertile
Infertile is the sad story of each couple, they longing have it. They find every way, go everywhere, consumes alot of time and money. Ajibola Taiwo and her husband Adeboye Enterprise welcomed their three sons and three daughters into the world out side their imagie. For 17 years, in their wishing they despearately tried for only baby, but lucky they have 4 at their same time.
But when Ajibola Taiwo and her husband Adeboye found out she was finally pregnant, after 17 years Infertile to find children . They got more than they wish. The couple, from Virginia, welcomed sextuplets into the world on May 11 the rare case.
Ajibola was 30 weeks pregnant when she gave birth to three boys and three girls, under the watchful eye of a 40 doctors and nurse. The babies were born into the world in weight from just 1lb 10oz to 2lbs 15oz. And all six are doing well, continuing the thrive while being cared for in neonatal intensive care at Children’s Hospital of Richmond.
The couple tried alost to conceive for almost two decades before their dreams were realised and they saw four hearbeats at their first scan. It wasn’t until an appointment in next time ago at the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Medical Center that the expectant parents discovered they were actually expecting sextuplets well.
“I was happy, at the first time we were hoping and expecting” Adeboye said
On May 11, when the babies were delivered , doctors across the hospital were on hand to monitor both mum and babies.
The team included many experts of labour and delivery said: “The team quickly assembled to begin prenatal management and delivery planning including pre-delivery drills and resuscitation exercises. We had to coordinate with our colleagues in the neonatal intensive care unit for six babies to be delivered simultaneously. We’re going through this extraordinary journey together with the family.”
New dad Adeboye praised the medics, adding they all performed beyond his expectations.
“The medical team is excellent in medicine and hospitality. We are far from home but the medical team is our family. That is what got us this far.” he said
Mum Ajibola was discharged from hospital on May 18, but spends most of the day back at the hospital caring for her babies. She said: “I wish for the smallest of my six children to grow up and say, ‘I was so small, and look at me now’.