December 7, 2022

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The couple says the quads need 47 diapers and 32 bottles a day

An American couple from Texas say their lives changed completely after the visit of the foursome in July this year. To prepare to welcome a baby, the arrival of four babies requires 47 diapers, 32 bottles and one and a half baby wipes per day.

Gabby and Patrick Hagler say they are trying for their fourth and final child together. They already have a two-year-old son and a child each from a previous relationship. However, when they took the 12-week test, they say they were shocked to learn they were expecting more than one.

At 40, Gabby told the British tabloid Mirror that she didn’t believe she was expecting quadruplets naturally, after all, it was a one-in-a-million chance.

To avoid risk, Gabby had to have her cervix stitched to prevent a miscarriage through a cervical cerclage. She was also closely monitored throughout PregnancyBecause of the high risk.

After 34 weeks, Gabby gave birth to Adam, who weighed 5 pounds; Bennett, 2.13 kg; Gobi, 1.8 kg weight; and Dane, at 1.85 kg. They were born on June 22 this year through an elective caesarean section.

After four months, the couple says the babies were consuming 47 diapers, 32 bottles, a half of baby wipes and three loads of baby clothes in the washing machine every day.

“Sometimes I get confused about quadruplets because Bennett and Kobe look alike,” said Gabby, a realtor. “I need to paint one of my toenails to make it stand out.”

“We thought it would be great to have a fourth and last baby, and we didn’t know they were quadruplets until the doctor who did the ultrasound told us,” Patrick said. “I thought she was telling different angles at first, but it turned out they were different kids.”

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A friend of the couple created a GoFundMe page to help them raise money so they could buy a van so the couple could easily transport their family, now nine.

“We were very grateful to the donors, thanks to whom we were able to purchase the van,” said Gabby. “Now that we’ve had to use our pension money is a big help,” he said.