Already, getting pregnant with twins is common. Then when it happens twice in a year, it is a record. Perhaps winning the SuperEnalotto is easier. It happened in Florida. A 25-year-old mother from Florida is expecting quadruple joy after welcoming two sets of twin boys in 2019. All of whom she ᴄᴏɴᴄᴇɪᴠᴇᴅ naturally.
Alexzandria Wolliston and co-parent Curtis Quinn welcomed identical twin boys, Mark and Malakhi, in March 2019. She realized she had hit the “twin lottery” when doctors informed her she was expecting twins again on Mother’s Day.
She became a mom to a second set of twins on December 27 when she delivered fraternal twins, Kaylen and Kayleb.
Wolliston said that prior to giving birth to Mark and Malakhi, she was unaware that twins ran on both sides of her family.
“When my mom told me, and my aunties and uncles on my dad’s side told me, I was like sʜᴏᴄᴋᴇᴅ”. She said, “Both of my grandmothers are no longer here, so I feel like they’re watching over me.”
Wolliston said her doctor told her she had better chances of winning the lottery than having two sets of twins and delivering them in the same year.
Wolliston is also the mother of a 2-year-old girl. She was scared about how her body would handle a back-to-back twin pregnancy.
She said, “I never thought that it could happen that fast and it did”. She added that she was worried about how her body would be able to handle a back-to-back twin pregnancy.
It turned out that Wolliston’s second pregnancy was easier than the first. She said her first set of twins were considered high-ʀɪsᴋ because they were in the same sᴀᴄ using only one ᴘʟᴀᴄᴇɴᴛᴀ. Because of this, she would visit her doctor weekly or biweekly. But her second set of twins each had their own sᴀᴄ. She was only required to visit her doctor once a month throughout her pregnancy.
The mom of five had to move back in with her mother for extra support.