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Mom and dad of two boys prayed for a baby daughter, ‘left stunned when they got something completely different’!

Angie and her husband, Gino, already had two young boys when they heard the good news. They were going to have another child.


They hoped for a girl, so they couldn’t have been more stunned when they learned what Angie was carrying in her stomach.

Finally when Angie was in week 27 of her pregnancy, she was forced to move to the hospital so she could be under constant supervision. She didn’t want to be away apart from her family, but she didn’t have a choice.

Time passed and after a while, the doctors noticed an important detail: one of the two fetuses sharing a placenta wasn’t getting enough little fluid, while the other was getting too much.


Angie and her husband hoped for a girl, so they couldn’t have been more thrilled when they learned what Angie was carrying in her stomach: not one or two, but three girls!
They named the little ones Daniella, Camilla, and Anabella. But as with any multiple birth, the was a danger of complications occurring. Two of the fetuses shared a placenta and ran the risk of not developing properly.

Doctors believed that these two babies were at risk of being born with underdeveloped lungs and brain hemorrhaging. Each girl had her own advanced life support team to make sure they were healthy. As soon as each girl was delivered, they were passed through to a room next to the operating room.
There, they were assessed, stabilized, and helped with breathing before being moved into the neonatal intensive care unit.

Angie was able to see her baby girls for the first time on a digital camera. It was nowhere near holding them herself, but it was the best they could do for her at the moment.

The girls were very small and predisposed to having complications. For Angie and Gino, their life is fun chaos. The triplets are growing up next to their older brothers. “It’s truly a dream come true to have them come into my life,” Angie said.


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