Parents of multiples know that high-risk pregnancies demand highly specialized care. Knowing how to address and avoid the complications that can arise is critical. That’s why so many families trust Memorial Hermann to watch over and welcome their little ones into the world. Meet a few of the families and their bundles of joy – twins, triplets and quadruplets – delivered and cared for at Memorial Hermann hospitals.
2017 kicked off in a big way at Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital when Robert and Lindsay McClellan welcomed triplets into their family on Jan. 6, 2017. Baby boys Conor and Kelly and baby girl Remi are the first triplets born in the new expansion of Memorial Hermann Katy, which includes a Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). You can read their full story here.
Twins, Katie and Lauren Duffy, are survivors of twin-twin transfusion syndrome. Here they are with their mom, Crystal, dad, Edward, and big sister Abigail. You can read the Duffy twins’ story here.
Formerly conjoined twins, Caitlin and Emily Copeland, were separated shortly after their birth in 1996 at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital. After graduating as co-valedictorians of their high school class, both girls are now off attending separate colleges. You can read more about their story here.
On October 3, 2013, Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital joyfully celebrated the births of four healthy brothers to Sugar Land’s Aggour Family. According to the National Organization of Mothers of Twins Club (NOMOTC), in 2011 there were a total of 3,953,590 births, 239 of which were quadruplet births. With so few quadruplet births, the Aggour identical triplets Deen, Kareem and Omar along with singleton Saif definitely beat the odds.
Learn more about high-risk pregnancies.