On Dec. 25, 2015, a set of all-girl identical triplets – Addison, Kinsley and Savannah Harris – were spending their first Christmas in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital.
Born just three weeks earlier on Dec. 1, 2015, their birth was a rare occurrence. They were the first set of identical triplets born in the hospital’s 52-year history. Additionally, according to doctors, their parents’ odds of conceiving identical triplets ranged from one in 60,000 to one in 2 million births.
Today, the girls are thriving. We reached out to parents Brad and Stephanie Harris for a #FlashbackFriday update.
”Our premature miracle babies, Addison, Kinsley and Savannah, are all healthy, amazing and wild 2-year-old little girls now,” said Stephanie Harris. “They have come so far and continue to thrive each day. They are the light of our lives and we are so thankful to be on this journey with them!”
Memorial Hermann provides a wide-range of obstetric services, including Maternal Fetal Medicine care for high-risk pregnancies and multiple births. For more information, visit womens.memorialhermann.org/.