Unbelievable but true: There is a family in America with six kids. The fact that they are all twins is humorous. And what’s even more intriguing is that they were all born on February 28th, the same day. How did it take place?
Carrie and Craig Kosinski of Wisconsin had a happy and balanced marriage. Nothing was missing from their lives, except for one thing: They wanted more than anything to have children! After several unsuccessful attempts to ᴄᴏɴᴄᴇɪᴠᴇ, they decided to see a specialist. After the tests, they were told that they would never have children naturally because it turned out that Carrie had severe ᴇɴᴅᴏᴍᴇᴛʀɪᴏsɪs. However, Carrie and her husband, Craig Kozinski, did not give up and decided to adopt a child in order to experience all the joys of motherhood.
First, their friend, who knew about their problem, suggested that they adopt her child, with whom she was pregnant at that time. However, on February 28, 2014, two babies were born at once! Adalyn and Kenna were immediately adopted by the Kozinskis.
Their adventures didn’t end there. The same friend who gave them their first babies asked them to help again. The fact is that she already had twins, who were born exactly one year before the birth of the babies already living with Kozinski on February 28, 2013. The girl tried very hard, but for various reasons she could not provide these children with a decent life. Carrie and Craig thought – and agreed! So there were already four children in their family: JJ and CeSe joined Adalina and Kenna.
And if you think that this is where the coincidences end, you are deeply mistaken! Not long after, Carrie finally managed to get pregnant, in this she was helped by modern technologies of ᴀʀᴛɪꜰɪᴄɪᴀʟ ɪɴsᴇᴍɪɴᴀᴛɪᴏɴ. Very coincidentally, in such a situation, a woman becomes pregnant with not one, but at least two children. So it happened this time, however, interestingly, Clarissa and Carraline were born on February 28, 2015!
The most interesting thing in this situation is that neither the girls’ foster parents nor their parents guessed or planned when their children would be born. So the phrase “it happened” for this case fits perfectly. There can be no question of specifically guessing, since the third pair of babies was born much earlier than the term (on the 24th week), which was impossible to guess in advance.
Adoption in the United States is expensive, and it would not have been possible for a simple accountant Craig and a housewife Kerry if it were not for the help of GoFundMe and AdoptTogether, as well as an American writer who donated $4,000 and wanted to remain anonymous.
All six Kosinski children now celebrate their birthdays on the same day. “Each of our children is different, but we all love them the same. We wouldn’t want our lives to be different,” said the parents.
Share this story with those who believe that there are no coincidences in life. After all, there are some sharp turns in life that you don’t even think about.