Lauren Getting found out her pregnancy was extraordinary during her six-week checkup when her doctor broke the news that she was expecting not one, but three babies. The first-time mom and her husband Andrew were blown away to find out that her one fertilized egg split into three and she was having a trio of identical sisters. The chances of identical triplets happening are so rare, her doctor says the odds range from one in a million to one in 200-million. Charlotte, Cora, and Emma are now 10 and a half weeks old and doing well.
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