Two weeks after adopting triplets, a doctor gave them another great news.
Sarah and Andy Justice from Tulsa, Oklahoma, struggled to conceive.
A fertility expert advised them that in-vitro fertilization would cost them up to US$60,000, and they would still have only a 10 percent chance of becoming pregnant.
As the odds were against them, they started looking into the possibility of adopting a baby.
The process of adopting a newborn was more challenging for them because they wanted to adopt a newborn. They need to speak with the mothers, who ultimately decide whether they want to give their children to the said family. Sarah and Andy had actually approached two mothers, who initially accepted them as adoptive parents, but later changed their minds.
They got lucky eventually when a birthing mother decided to trust them with her child. After Sarah took the mother for an ultrasound, the doctor said he saw not one, but three babies! “Wow!” she said. That’s amazing. “We got everything we wanted,” the couple told Tulsa World.
Two months before the due date, three babies were born. They were named Joel, Hannah, and Elizabeth. While the babies were in the NICU for two months, Sarah was due for a medical checkup. The couple got the surprise of their lives. Sarah was expecting, and not just one, but two babies! Abigail and Andrew were born in December 2013.
According to Tulsa World, the couple didn’t want to give up the triplets and officials told them they could still get all three if they didn’t back out.
Currently, the couple’s life revolves around their five children, with the help of their church and family. Andy noted that they usually sleep about three hours a night, though not always consecutively.