Natalie Marie from Roburn Australia and her husband Kahn struggled with infertility for many years until they finally had Kiki, now two years old.
Natalie thought she was very lucky when she got pregnant again and didn’t yet know she was actually carrying four little ones.
“During the study, timed to coincide with 7 weeks of pregnancy, I lay down and the uzist passed a probe over my stomach,” the woman said in an interview with That’s Life. Uzist said there were four cubs. She said her husband Kang “nearly passed out.”
Natalie gave birth to four babies by caesarean section at 34 weeks of pregnancy. Previously, for several months, she had weekly checks to make sure the little ones were developing normally.
Quadruplets Natalie and Kana, Mayoa Kang (2.3 kg), Frankie Jean (1.92 kg), Marley Rose (2.2 kg) and Maddison Grace (2.1 kg) were born on July 21 with a difference of several minutes. Since their birth, Natalie has regularly shared family stories on her Instagram page.
The woman said it takes her and Kan an hour and a half to feed the four cubs, and once they fall asleep, she “counts down” to the next feed.
“I developed four miracles in this womb,” Natalie said. ” I feel pretty. I’m damn proud of what my body has done and what it can do is also a reality.
“The reality is, I would be lying to myself and to all of you if I said I like the way my belly looks now,” Natalie added.