The chances of conceiving naturally three sets of twins are one in a million. It's hard to believe, but Karen and Colin Rogers from Scotland have already welcomed three sets of non-identical twins.
By Karen's third pregnancy the couple had been raising four sons: Finn and Jude, 12, and Lewis and Kyle, 14. Of course, after four boys, the Rogers wanted a girl.
They were also determined to have one because the doctors assured them, "You won't have the third set of twins." How they were surprised when the six-week scan showed that Karen was pregnant with twins again.
The woman admits to not even thinking it was possible, but despite that she was very happy. Her husband was not present at the sonogram, so after receiving the news about the twins, Karen immediately texted him. Colin thought his wife was joking. He immediately replied, "That's not funny." Then the woman had to explain that it was true.
The couple thought they were going to have boys again and decided not to reveal the babies' sex beforehand. So it's hard to even imagine how happy they were when the girls were born!
Karen is very happy to have two little girls growing up in her family. She says that the twins are very lucky, because they are actually going to have five dads since the boys are already teenagers. So there will be someone to keep an eye on the beautiful girls' future boyfriends.
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