Couple adopts triplets, then twins arrive

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TULSA, Okla. — A Tulsa couple became parents to five children after they adopted triplets and then became pregnant with twins.

This all happened within a year.

According to the Tulsa World, Sarah and Andy Justice were struggling to have a baby.

The doctor told them in vitro fertilization would cost almost $60,000 and only then would there be a 10 percent chance of having a baby — so they opted for adoption.

When the couple finally found a birth mother, they were hit with big news. The birth mother was expecting triplets.

The couple was ecstatic.

Joel, Elizabeth and Hannah were born two months early and were still in neonatal intensive care when Sarah discovered one more surprise.

She was pregnant … with twins.

Abigail and Andrew are now eight weeks old, while the triplets are 9 months old.

The couple say they go through at least 300 diapers a week. But they get plenty of help from family and friends.

Read more: Tulsa World

Justice family

Justice family


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