London, Sept 30 (ANI): A woman in Britain has achieved a record breaking feat of giving birth to twins thrice in a span of 10 years - beating odds of 500,000 to one.
Sara Jones, 33, is the only woman in Britain to achieve the feat. She even had her last two pairs only 10 months apart.
"For most families having twins is something out of the ordinary. But it's so normal for our family. It would almost be weird for me to fall pregnant and NOT have twins," the Mirror quoted Jones as saying.
"When I had twins the first time I found it quite daunting. The second time I couldn't believe it, but I found it exciting. But when the nurse said it was twins again I didn't know whether to laugh or cry.
"At first I assumed she was joking. When she looked at me and said, 'No I'm serious', I was gobsmacked. But all of them are incredible," she said.
Jones' road to the record books began in November 2001 when she gave birth to Liam and Niamh.
She split from their dad Rhys but found love again with Craig Morgan, 31, who is now her -fiance.
In 2010 she discovered she was expecting another twin boy and girl. Shay and Aoife, now two, were born that June.
To cap it all, along came identical twin girls Keeva and Ceira, born in April last year.
Add to that a few single births in the shape of Brogane, 16, Siobhan, 13, Calam, 12, and Sean, four, and it's easy to see why Jones and unemployed furniture salesman Morgan's home life is a bit of a whirlwind.
Life is incredibly hectic at their three-bedroom semi in Southport, Merseyside, with all the boys sharing one bedroom and the girls in another.
Jones is up before any of the kids at 6am and spends an hour sorting breakfast.
Each day the family get through eight pints of milk and two loaves of bread, plus two bulk packs of -nappies a week. (ANI)
Lori FosterOctober 1, 2012 at 5:59 PM