Watching a mother carry twins or even multiples in her body, and then giving birth to more than one or two babies is beyond incredible. When I think of MULTIPLES little babies inside mama, sharing a womb and being connected long before these littles see the light of the world makes my heart flutter.
From the moment you’re told there’s more than one heartbeat, the entire experience of pregnancy, birth, and parenthood shifts. It can sometimes feel like your life becomes a sideshow. To celebrate the parents of multiples and capture some of the twin, triplet, and quad magic, we’ve collected some of the most incredible and adorable photos of newborn multiples. Get ready to be blown away with The Best 7 Birth Moments of Twins & Multiples!
#1 How twins are always reaching for each other. A bond that is formed long before birth
#2 What an excited big brother meeting his twin sisters for the first time!
#3 This moment right here: Watching a father hold his daughter and son at once, while having the sweetest chat. These are core moments captured in time
#4 Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold. The pureness of this photo – from the three sleepy newborns, their mom’s beautiful postpartum body, and her serene gaze as she enjoys her babies – is perfection.
#5 This momma showcased her four precious bundles and her gorgeous postpartum tummy – a tribute to her amazing body for giving her everything she ever wanted. Her photographer, @sweetly.grown.photography, made her dreams come true – Lena Young
#6 This dad knows that hydration is so important when nursing babies – especially important when mom is feeding TWO babies! Photo by Michelle Glenn Photography.
#7 These two little sweeties are taking an herbal bath with their parents after birth. Gorgeous capture by Aly Renee Photography.
#8 The sweetest triplets, fresh out of the womb. They’ve been reunited with their mother and quickly snuggle together, much like they did inside.
#9 “They might be tiny,” says Jamie Scott, now a mom of seven, “but they are mighty. And perfect. We are so blessed to have these children. They are our little miracles.”