Being a parent is a lifetime commitment. It is not something that can be stopped or paused at any time. And having a baby is extremely difficult. Each parent’s path is unique, but one thing remains constant: it is not easy. It can be quite overwhelming, especially if you are a first-time parent. But, if giving birth to one child is difficult, what about those who gave birth to multiple children at once?
The journey is undoubtedly more difficult, and not everyone is equipped to deal with such a situation. However, many people who have been blessed with a prolific life have risen to the occasion. The same as Chad and Amy Kempel. Before having quintuplets, this couple had two daughters. Chad admitted to NowThis News that they were thrilled but terrified when they learned they were expecting five children.
Amy, on the other hand, expected it to be exactly like her previous pregnancies, in which she had multiple miscarriages. Despite the risks, Amy decided to carry five babies, which she delivered safely via caesarean section. Because the babies were born 3 months premature, they had to stay in the intensive care unit for 73 days.