Couple Has Surprise Baby Boom
Soon after Sarah and Andy Justice adopted triplets, they discovered they were expecting twins. INSIDE EDITION talks to the couple with the suddenly full house.
It's a baby bonanza. Five babies, all born in less than a year. Mom and dad have their hands full—literally!
Sarah and Andy Justice from Tulsa, Oklahoma, had been trying for years to get pregnant with no success. So, they decided to adopt. The birth mom turned out to be pregnant with triplets. And then, just as those babies were born, Sarah got another stunning surprise. She found out that she was pregnant with twins.
INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney asked, "How crazy does it get?"
"Very," said Andy.
"Here you are—you've just adopted triplets and you find that you're pregnant with twins. What was your reaction?" asked McInerney.
"I was shocked, first of all, and probably a little bit overwhelmed. But very excited because I'd always dreamed of carrying a child and always wanted to be a mother," replied Sarah.
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Sarah and Andy went from zero babies to five in less than a year.
The triplets, Joel, Hannah and Elizabeth are now nine months old. The twins, Andrew and Abigail are just 10 weeks old.
Juggling five babies is not easy.
McInerney asked, "How many diapers do you change a week?"
Sarah answered, "Around 300 a week,"
That's right—300 diapers a week!
The babies consume about 80 bottles a week.
And going anywhere is a major production. It was a baby train as the babies weaved their way through the INSIDE EDITION offices.
Mom and dad say they only get about three hours of sleep a night. But they wouldn't trade their instant family for anything.
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