A Dallas couple has experienced a life-changing event as they became parents to extremely rare identical quadruplet boys.
Jenny Marr and her husband, Chris, were shocked to learn that their family of two would soon grow to six. The pregnancy surprised them as they didn’t undergo fertility treatments. Jenny recalled the moment of revelation during a sonogram: “There are four babies in here. We just went speechless.”
The four boys, named Hudson, Harrison, Henry, and Hardy, are identical and originated from a single egg that split four times after fertilization. Such cases of identical quadruplets are incredibly rare, with only 72 documented cases worldwide, mostly involving girls.
Jenny and Chris, both being only children themselves, never expected to have such a large family. They are now adjusting to their new life, with Jenny diligently following a 3,000-calorie diet to keep up with the demands of her active and growing boys.
At the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, the babies and Jenny are doing well in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The family is thrilled and grateful for this miracle.