They could not have children, but in the end, they had quadruplets (two boys and two girls)
Although the desire to become a parent is quite common, not all couples manage to realize the dream of having a child.
For some, in fact, it becomes extremely difficult, if not impossible, to conceive a child.
Fortunately, scientific progress has optimized new methods that provide much better results when compared to the past to make this dream come true.
Once upon a time, if a person could not conceive a child, their dream could never be realized. But, today, thanks to in vitro fertilization, this is no longer a problem.
Miranda and Josh, for example, are both nurses, and as a couple, they both desired ardently to have children.
Therefore, not being able to have children naturally, they decided to resort to in vitro fertilization.
The result? The woman gave birth to not one, but two pairs of twins (quadruplets): two boys and two girls!
When the lucky couple heard the news that they were having quadruplets—they could not believe their ears!
"I was shocked," said Miranda, "Even the doctor was shocked, nothing like this had ever happened in his entire career."
The sweet news is that the woman would give birth to, not one, not two, but four newborn babies!
What made the event even more extraordinary was the fact that it was two pairs of twins—two boys and two girls.
Dr. James Grifo said that it was a 1 in 10,000 occurrence, in regards to in vitro fertilization! Furthermore, the doctor added that the same phenomenon could also occur naturally, but the odds would be even greater.
Initially, there was concern that Miranda might have some complications during her delivery, but in the end, everything went well.
Miranda gave birth during the 34th week of pregnancy and all the newborns weighed between 4.4 to 5.5 lb (2.0 to 2.5 kg). The twin boys were named James and Jackson, while the twin girls, Mia and Madison.
The couple's house is now full of happiness, noisy little babies ... and diapers!