- A couple has splashed several portraits spotlighting the different stages of growth of their adorable triplets
- Antonio Livingston and Dee Michelle welcomed the babies on January 18, 2021, and have since shared the joy with their followers online
- Legit.ng selected photos from when the couple first made the birth of the babies public to the girls now standing on their feet
A couple, Antonio Livingston and Dee Michelle have splashed several photos highlighting the different stages of growth of their adorable triplets on social media.
The cute babies made their grand entrance into the world on January 18, 2021, and the couple took to social media to announce their birth.
Couple full of joy
Sharing the amazing cuties, the couple wrote:
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''On January 18, Amani, Amber & Dream made their grand entrance into this world! I only see God when I look at my babies.
''Thank you, God! I birthed three perfect babies at 32 weeks, one-day gestation. I am beyond for a smooth delivery and most importantly, healthy babies."
Livingston and Michelle have since shared visuals showing the different stages of growth of their babies.
Photos of the cute babies have made many netizens emotional given how beautiful they look and their amazing growth.
Nigerian couple welcomes a beautiful set of triplets
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man, Nnamdi Nwankwo, and his wife were blessed with a set of triplets after 25 years of waiting.
The beautiful kids were dedicated at the Assemblies of God Church, Ojodu, Lagos to the admiration of many.
When their story broke online, many were inspired by the great testimony.
Couple welcome 1st child after 25 years of marriage
In a related story previously reported by Legit.ng, a Ghanaian couple welcomed their first child after 25 years of marriage and waiting.
The couple identified as Elder David Abuguri and his wife Deaconess Emilia are from Zebilla District in the Upper East Region of Ghana.
They are both leading members of the Church of Pentecost in Zebilla and also dedicated their child in the same church.