Diapers, upon diapers, upon diapers. One Texas family has made history thanks to their latest additions, all-girl quintuplets. How amazing!
Texas couple, Danielle & Adam Busby, have every reason to smile. They are the proud new parents to not just one, but five girls. Danielle gave birth to her babies on April 8, making them the first all-girl quintuplets in the world since 1969. Incredible!
All-Girl Quintuplets Born In U.S. For First Time
The first all-girl quintuplets in the world since 1969 were born in Texas, according to CNN. Their mom, Danielle, delivered all five healthy girls at the Woman’s Hospital of Texas via C-section at 28 weeks and two days. The delivery took just four minutes. Wow!
As for the adorable babies, the couple named their girls, Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Parker Kate, Riley Paige and Hazel Grace. They really must have loved The Fault In Our Stars!
“They were all in the appropriate weight range for their gestational age, which is due to their mother’s excellent efforts to have the healthiest pregnancy possible,” Dr. Jayne Finkowski-Rivera told the outlet. “They have made a strong start in life, and we are excited to watch them grow and mature.”
The couple also have another daughter by intrauterine insemination, Blayke, so it’s going to be a full house of girls for this Busbys. We hope they start saving up now for all the school dances, proms and weddings!
Danielle & Adam Say Goodbye To Sleep
In a video posted by the couple on their blog, Itsabuzzworld.com, they tell everyone that they’re exhausted and losing track of time since their girls was born. We bet!
“Now, as they mature a little bit, each of them have their own little quirks. Their personalities are starting to shine through,” Adam says in the video.
“We are so thankful and blessed,” Danielle stated. “I honestly give all the credit to my God. I am so thankful for this wonderful hospital and team of people here, they truly all are amazing.”
— Brittany King