The quadruplets born with a whopping ‘one in 70 million’ chance have grown up and celebrated their first Christmas.
On the 24th (local time), the British Daily Mirror and other local media released a wonderful Christmas family photo of four babies living in Essex.
Although quadruplets are not common in general, these quadruplets are even rarer because they were born as 2+2 identical twins with two daughters each.
The Croziers and their wives are the main characters in the story about having four babies in their arms at the same time. His husband Paul, 43, and wife Carla, 35, gave birth to their first daughter, Darcy, in 2013. Afterwards, the couple even went through ɪɴ ᴠɪᴛʀᴏ ꜰᴇʀᴛɪʟɪᴢᴀᴛɪᴏɴ (I.V.F) to make her a brother or sister for Darcy, but she suffered two ᴍɪsᴄᴀʀʀɪᴀɢᴇs.
However, the children who were not able to have even one came all at once. And last March, 12 weeks earlier, four babies were born. It is a rare case where her quadruplets are two sets of identical twins, and the probability is a whopping 1 in 70 million.
The Christmas photos of the twins released this time are beautiful enough to feel like a fairy tale. In particular, Darcy’s face, who has four siblings at once, is full of laughter.
Mom Carla said, “Raising quadruplets is difficult because babies don’t sleep well. I don’t give myself even 5 minutes a day, but I’ve never regretted it.” Dad Paul also said, “It seems that our house is getting more and more chaotic,” but “as soon as I see the smiling faces of my daughters, all the pain goes away. Really, this year’s Christmas is the best.”