She knew she was pregnant with triplets, but found out the day she was born that it was actually the biggest surprise of her life.


The lives of Jenny and Chris Marr have changed dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic. The woman was due to give birth to triplets, but was in shock. The doctor told her she gave birth to four identical boys.

She gave birth to four identical twins amid the coronavirus pandemic
Jenny Marr of Dallas, 35, gave birth on March 15, just two days after President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency in the United States after the coronavirus gripped the world.


Jenny found out she was pregnant with triplets, but when it came to her, the woman found she had identical quadruplets amid hospitals under siege due to a coronavirus infection.

So in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Jenny gave birth to four identical boys. Representatives from the hospital where the woman was born said it is rare for a woman to give birth to four identical children.


“Having children during the pandemic has been an unforgettable experience. All the staff at Dallas Presbyterian Hospital have made our children a priority of care and safety,” said Jenny.

The mother didn’t see her children until two months later
The four boys, Henry William, Harrison Foy, Hudson Perry and Hardy Smith, spent two months in the hospital’s intensive care unit and special ward.

The quadruplets required special hospital care because they were born prematurely and there was no risk of contracting the new coronavirus.

“It was 5 weeks earlier than expected and I was worried that we would be spending a lot of time in the hospital,” Jani said.

The case of the Marr family is rare, as Dr. Brian Rinehart of Texas Health-Presbyterian Hospital claims there are only 72 cases of identical quadruplets. All families with identical quadruplets at birth were surprised because this does not happen during pregnancy.

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