Yes, triplets are rare, but these 3 girls are super rare. They are the one-in-a-million case. What makes them so special? Well, they are totally identical!
The cuties' names are Stella, Grace, and Emily. They graced this world on May 6, 2016. This is the unique blessing of the Fradel family. Twins are pretty common compared to these tiny ladies. Identical triplets are very, very rare, and the parents face the challenge of telling them apart.
There is no guarantee that Stella would end up growing up as Grace! However, the mom and dad found a way to discern the babies. They use nail polish of different color for this purpose. So, the girls are doomed to grow up stylish and glam.
The color for Stella is purple. Emily got the blue and Grace is yellow. When their mother went to get her check up, she called her husband crying. She asked him:
“Do you know how many kids were having?"
Fradel recalled, "I said, 'Twins.' And she said, 'No, we're having triplets." A cloud went over my face, and I said, "Are you serious?"
He added: "This all happened naturally. We were trying to get pregnant for about a month, and it happened pretty quickly. We got three out of the deal."
The triplet has the older brother Gavin, and he would surely have trouble telling them apart. All the girls were born just minutes apart. The first two actually came seconds apart, and the third one Stella came one minute later.
Here is the brother’s reaction:
"He turned around and said, 'Daddy, take them back," Fradel said, laughing. I hugged him and said, "Son, I can't take them back. They're your sisters." Today, Gavin kisses them on their heads, gives the bottles to my wife, and he's such a good big brother to them.
Surely telling apart the triplets is not the biggest challenge for this family. Their hands are full right now! God bless these unique girls.