Every child’s birth is, of course, a miracle, a once-in-a-lifetime experience for parents. However, some births are slightly more exceptional than others.

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Each child’s arrival is truly a miracle, a unique moment for parents. But, some births stand out more than others.

The pair featured in this article has always known they wanted to begin a family.

Shortly after tying the knot, they discovered they were going to become parents. The idea that their situation was extremely rare never crossed their minds.

Bethani and Tim Webb from Hythe, Alberta dated for two years before tying the knot.

Bethani discovered she was expecting a baby three months after getting married, so the couple decided to have their initial ultrasound.

The doctor and the intended parents were both shocked when they saw the image on the screen.

The chances of four identical girls being born from the same pregnancy is extremely rare, with odds of one in 15 million, but it happened.

It was unbelievable, I was in shock. Honestly, I thought the doctor was joking around.

The mother gave birth to four healthy girls via cesarean section at 33 weeks of pregnancy: Abigail, McKayla, Grace, and Emily. Surprisingly, the babies were conceived naturally, not through in vitro fertilization, and none of the parents had a history of twins.

The parents had a hard time telling the twin girls apart, so they decided to paint their toenails different colors. Even though they know life can be tough, they feel very lucky.

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