Miracle twins! Couple who just wanted a sibling for their son end up with FOUR more babies … story in the DAILY MAIL
Emma Ingram, 34, and husband Liam, 32, just wanted one more baby to complete their family
When nothing happened they sought fertility treatment and had twins
Incredibly Emma then fell pregnant naturally and gave birth to another set of twins within 13 months
Odds of having two sets of miracle twins in a row are 700,000 to one
When Emma, an IT technician, met her HGV driver husband she was shocked but thrilled to find herself pregnant just three months after they met.
When their eldest, MacKenzie, was two they tried for another baby – they simply wanted a brother or sister to complete their family.
But nothing happened. They tried for four years without success, followed by two years of tests. This included three failed and very stressful goes at Intrauterine Insemination at a private clinic.
They were about to give up when a final attempt at IVF resulted in beautiful twins – Maddison and Jaxson.
They thought their family was truly complete but when the twins were five months old, Emma felt unwell. It turned out she was expecting twins naturally!
Their twin girls, Alexa and Sienna were were born just 13 months after the first set of twins. Life is hectic with five children but they are overjoyed to have such a beautiful family.
When Emma came to Featureworld with her story she said she hoped their experience would bring hope to anyone else suffering from infertility. Secondary infertility where couples struggle to have a second baby is particularly difficult to cope with. Emma hopes people will read her story and realise they should never give up hope.
I placed their heartwarming story in the Daily Mail! Click here to see the gorgeous photos taken by Daily Mail photographer Jenny Goodhall and to read the family’s story in full.
The family are now due to appear in a national women’s magazine and have been asked to do radio interviews and go on TV!
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