Every time a child is born, it is, of course, a miracle, a unique event for parents. However, there are some births that are a little more unique than others.
The couple who are the subject of this article has always known that they want to have a family.
Not long after they got married, they found out they would be parents. But what they could never imagine was that their task would be one in a million.
Bethani and Tim Webb of Hythe, Alberta, met two years before they got married.
Three months later, Bethany became pregnant, and three months later, the two went for their first ultrasound.
But when the doctor saw the image on the screen, neither she nor the future parents could believe their eyes.
There were 4 identical girls in the woman’s womb, and the chance of such a thing happening is one in 15 million.
Bethany confesses: “I couldn’t believe it, I was in shock. Honestly, I thought the doctor was joking.
I couldn’t believe it. ” At 33 weeks pregnant, the woman gave birth by cesarean section to four healthy girls: Abigail, McKayla, Grace, and Emily. What’s even weirder is that none of the new parents had cases of twins in the family, and the children were conceived naturally, not by in vitro fertilization.
It was not easy for parents to tell the difference between identical girls, so they found a creative solution: they painted their toenails in different colors. Although both parents say that sometimes it is very difficult, they feel incredibly blessed.