Mom Beats 1-in-15 Million Odds to Give Birth to Identical Quadruplets

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Childbirth an amazing thing. But to give birth to identical quadruplets, that’s something else.

Keep scrolling to read more about this rarity…

Some more than others.

The giver of life.

Including the births of thousands of babies every year.

After waiting nine months they finally get their own bundle of joy.

Like having twins.

But despite being lucky, nothing could prepare you for the surprise of that.


Something so rare that has 1 in a 15 million chance of happening.

Jenny Marr and her husband Chris are now a family of six.

She went into labor at 28.5 weeks, meaning the boys were 5 weeks premature.

All that and the odds of her safely giving birth to all four sons being at 1 in 15 million.

We think it is, too!

And they arrived just three minutes apart from one another.

After spending 10 weeks on the neonatal intensive care unit.

Speaking to Today, Jenny also said: “We called them our baby birds because they really looked like baby birds.”

Henry weighed 2 pounds 6.7 ounces, while the youngest, Hudson, was the smallest of them all at 1 pound 15 ounces.

But Jenny was not, which medical experts claim only had a 1 in 11 million to 1 in 15 million chance of happening.

Speaking to Today, Murray, an OB-GYN at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas said: “It’s unbelievable. It’ll never happen again in my career. I said, ‘Girl, go buy a few lottery tickets because those are the kind of odds we’re dealing with.”

Fortunately, all four boys were able to share well and the birth went incredibly smoothly.

Well, if there’s one thing that is sure, Jenny is going to have her handsful. To read about more rare births, keep scrolling…