We all have our birth stories. Some are beautiful, others are traumatic. Some are etched with humour or sadness and many combine several different elements.
They are one of the beginning chapters in our parenting journeys and we at Baby AZ Today love sharing birth stories with our readers. Every single birth is amazing and special but Here Are A Few Such Incredible Stories caught our attention over the past year or two.
#1 Young mom gave birth to septuplets
The woman gave birth to seven babies naturally and is believed to be the first septuplet birth in the country.
A first-of-its-kind where a 25-year-old mum gave birth to septuplets at a hospital in the Diyali Province of Eastern Iraq. The woman gave birth to seven babies naturally and is believed to be the first in the country. She delivered six girls and one boy and according to reports, the seven babies and the mother are in perfect condition. The afterbirth pictures of the babies won the Internet and went viral soon after the release. “It was a natural birth and the 25-year-old mother was ‘perfectly healthy’ after delivering seven babies in a day,” said Firas Al Izzawi, a health department spokesperson.
Youssef Fadl, her husband, said that he and his wife had not planned to expand their family. However, now they have to look after 10 children.
#2 ‘Perfectly Healthy’ babies of first ever septuplets in Iraq
“It was a natural birth and the 25-year-old mother was ‘perfectly healthy’ after delivering seven babies in a day,” said Firas Al Izzawi, a health department spokesperson.
#3 World’s first surviving septuplets were born in November 1997
McCaugheys are parents of the world’s first surviving septuplets, three girls and four boys, born in November 1997.
#4 McCaughey kids graduated high school in 2016
Bobbi and Kenny McCaughey were bursting with pride during the graduation of the class of 2016 at Carlisle High School in Iowa, USA.
#5 In 2017, a mother gave birth to sextuplets with three being identical
Last year, a mother gave birth to sextuplets – three girls and three boys – at the Sait George University Hospital in Lebanon and two parents, Sian Williams and Aaron Palfrey, beat all odds to give birth to identical triplets.