Couple Adopts Triplets One Week Before Finding Out They Are Expecting Twins!
This couple’s only wish was to have a baby, but after struggling to conceive for years, they decided it was about time to look for some other alternatives. Andy and Sarah Justice were the couple, and once they found out that the IVF costs between $30,000 – 60,000 they decided to adopt a baby. Soon after, they were paired with a birth mother.
When Sarah went to the first ultrasound, she was told by the doctors that the expecting mother was pregnant with triplets.
Sarah did not get scared, she was so exited instead. The three babies were born two months earlier and they only weighed three pounds each, so they had to stay in the neonatal intensive care. The names were already given – Joel, Hannah and Elizabeth.
After a week, Sarah started feeling sick and went to see her doctor. There she found out that her doubts were true – she was pregnant. The most interesting part about this news was the fact that she was pregnant with twins.
As Sarah told the TulsaWorld, even though they did panic a little bit, they were very happy and thrilled. It was pretty normal for them to be alarmed a little, but even despite that, they never gave up the idea of adopting the triplets. They thought it was something that God wanted them to do. They believed that the fact that they followed God’s will when they decided to adopt lead them to the thing that followed – conceiving their own child.
In less than a year, the Justice family expanded and they leveled-up from two to seven family members. Andrew and Abigail were the sixth and the seventh member. The couple stated that they needed 84 bottles and 300 diapers per week for the babies. Even though they started facing constant lack of sleep and had their hands full all the time, Andy and Sarah say that they would not want it any other way. They were seeing their babies as a blessing, and looked at everything that happened as just one of the ways that God shows His great sense of humor.
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.