I've been getting a lot of emails asking to see more pictures from the maternity session with Kim from Surprised by Five...
According to Facebook, Kimberley Tucci and her husband, who already have two daughters ages 2 and 4, decided they wanted to try for one more child, "possibly a boy."
So you can only imagine their utter shock upon discovering that not only were they expecting a little boy, but also four more girls -- a one in 60 million chance pregnancy.
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This absolutely stunning woman (or shall I say goddess??) is expecting not one, but FIVE babies. Yes, you read that...
According to the same post by Erin Elizabeth Photography, Kim has carried her babies all the way into the third trimester and five healthy babies are expected to arrive any day now.
The Tucci family has a Facebook page dedicated to her pregnancy cleverly called Surprised by Five, where they share updates about her rare and amazing pregnancy.
In one particularly emotional post, Kim discussed an emotional decision she had to make after her initial ultrasound. "After my initial ultrasound I was told I could consider the selection method to give 2 babies the best chance in life..." she wrote. "I watched a YouTube video on the procedure and I cried, I could never do that! Was I selfish for not giving two the chance of 100% survival?? All I knew is that I already love them and that every heart beat I heard I connect with them more."
Kim's pregnancy has been anything but easy but she says all five babies are healthy, and she is remaing positive throughout all the difficulties.
Pushing ThroughIt's getting harder as each day passes to push through the pain, every part of my body aches and...
We wish all the luck in the world to you and your family, Kim!
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