- A couple was having problems having a baby
- They opted for adoption and were matched with a pregnant woman who had triplets
- One week later, the wife found out she was pregnant with twins
A couple in Oklahoma in the US were having challenges having a baby back in 2013. They therefore opted for adoption because In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) was expensive.
Andy and Sarah Justice were soon matched with a pregnant woman who wish to give up her baby for adoption.
What they thought was a single bundle of joy turned out to be a triple bundle of joy when tests showed the pregnant woman was carrying triplets.
No sooner had they settled down with their newly adopted triplets, Joel, Hannah and Elizabeth, than a doctor called with astonishing news—Sarah was pregnant.
Not only was Sarah pregnant—she was expecting twins. In December 2013, the couple found themselves having five babies from none at all just seven months earlier.
Asked during an interview whether they regretted adopting, Sarah said: "No, really, we were very happy. Did we panic a little? Of course. But we were very happy."
After welcoming their twins Abigail and Andrew, the couple said they were very blessed. They in fact went on to have one more child, a baby boy named Caleb, in January 2016.
Andy and Sarah are thankful for their six adorable kids. Sarah said: “Having a number of children is a dream come true. When you wait for something you appreciate it that much more when you get it.”
Watch their incredible story in the video below.
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