- When Jenny Marr and her husband Chris were informed they were expecting multiple kids, he fainted out of shock
- Jenny said since the children’s arrival, their lives have transformed, and she changes diapers 24 times a day
- The mother of four identical boys said feeding them costs $300 (N123,543) a week, and they consume over 5 litres of milk per day
A woman who gave birth to quadruplets has opened up on the amount of money she spends for their upkeep.
Jenny Marr, 36, from the US said she spends $300 (N123,543) a week on food after giving birth to the surprise quadruplets. She also changes diapers at least 24 times a day.
The mum of four said her husband got the shock of his life and fainted when he was told they would have multiple kids as they initially thought she was carrying one child.
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According to Jenny, the sonographer initially told them they were expecting triplets.
“My hubby Chris turned a ghostly shade of white and with a thump, he passed out on the floor," Jenny said.
They sought a specialist's opinion who informed them that they would be having quadruplets.
“Rather than faint, we both laughed this time,” she said.
Speaking to The Sun, Jenny said the arrival of the quadruplets, Harrison, Hardy, Henry and Hudson, transformed their lives.
"Life has completely changed now that we suddenly have four babies to look after," she said, adding that they go through over five litres of milk a day.
The quadruplets are rare since they are all identical, a 15 million to one chance.
Jenny admitted it was initially hard to tell them apart, but their personalities set them apart as they grew.
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Over N168k on school uniforms
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Divinar Joseph, a Kenyan mother with quadruplets, spent KSh 44,550 (N168,432.40) buying school uniforms for the little girls.
For Divinar, every purchase happened in multiples as she has five daughters, four of them quadruplets.
That is one pair for each of them, which means that she will soon need to part with the exact figure if she has to give them a second pair.
Divinar disclosed that, initially, she had chosen to homeschool the children as it was cheaper.
"Homeschooling CBC is not possible due to the new government directive of every student getting NEMMIS numbers, otherwise we wouldn't be complying with the ministry of education."