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The '1-in-Million' Identical Triplets Born to Montana Couple

by Himabindu Venkatakrishnan on January 13, 2015 at 8:19 PM
 The '1-in-Million' Identical Triplets Born to Montana Couple

The "one in a million" identical triplets were welcomed by the couple, who were born before their mom reached the 32-week mark of her pregnancy.

Cade, Ian and Milo Kinsey were born at Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana, on Dec. 5 to Jody Kinsey and her husband Jase, ABC News reported.


Cade, the triplet delivered first who weighed in at 3 pounds, 13 ounces, was the first to be released from the hospital and the family is expecting the other two kids to be released soon so that they can take them home.

The mother said that she went in for an early ultrasound just to make sure that everything was looking good and the ultrasound tech told me she wasn't positive but it looked like there were three heartbeats and went by herself to that appointment.

The Kinseys said that their three sons are easy to tell apart, for now, by their differing sizes and already different emerging personalities.

Source: ANI
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