Parents shared their experiences with quadruplets. Happy moments in the midst of a difficult day

Happiness four times over.

The unusual quadruplets have grown up; the sisters, who resemble each other like water droplets, spent the New Year’s festivities with their parents, and the decorated Christmas tree served as an incentive for them to crawl faster.

How do young parents deal with their children’s fidgets?

Unique quadruplets were born in Kropyvnytskyi (Ukraine) in March of last year, as we previously reported.

The fact that these are identical twins makes this instance exceptional; the chances of conceiving such offspring are 1 in 13 million, and just 70 such cases have been documented worldwide.

These four-year-old twins can now stand on their own, crawl, and have 5-6 teeth, and they have never given their parents enough sleep.

In the fourth month of pregnancy, the couple learned that they will have four children.

First, three were found by ultrasound, and after a while, the fourth baby.

The girls asked to be born at the 32nd week of pregnancy.

The weight of each at that time was about two kilograms, and the height was 42-43 centimeters.

Although the sisters are identical, their parents easily distinguish them, they say that each has its own character and even voice.

Going on a walk together is the most difficult thing.

The family lives in a rented flat on the fourth floor, which does not have an elevator.

“Someone needs to stand at the top, someone needs to take the girls down, and someone needs to meet and remain with them at the bottom,” mum explains.

Babies become restless, and when a Christmas tree was brought into the house, they lost all sense of calm and began crawling for her cause.

The family was given a certificate for their own accommodation in an incomplete house by the local authorities, but it is unclear when it would be handed over.

Parents’ dreams include getting enough sleep and having healthy daughters.

Doctors say the newborns are OK, and that despite being delivered early, they have caught up with their contemporaries in development and will soon be stomping at full speed.