The infants who respectively weighed 2 pounds, 12 ounces; 3 pounds, 11 ounces; and 2 pounds, 15 ounces2 were delivered by caesarean section 33 weeks into the pregnancy at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center.
Hills said she wasn’t surprised when the ultrasound showed she was pregnant with triplets.
“My dad has multiples in his family, so I figured it would happen to me someday.”But her fiancé got the shock of his life:
“I was crying and swearing!” Brown-Fletcher admits. “I was a little scared because I was still in high school and working a small job with not many hours”. “But as we started to approach their due date, I was like, ‘This is going to be life changing, but I am ready.’”The couple who started dating in June 2015 have faced young-parent discrimination from some of their friends and some online trolls because she posted her story on her Instagram page.
“A lot of our friends weren’t very supportive at first,” Brown-Fletcher says. “They were all like, “You are too young, you are not ready.’”But the new parents are focusing on more important matters.
“I’m just excited to take them home and be a family together in one house,” gushes Brown-Fletcher.
The family has set up a GoFundMe page but the page seems to have been removed.
Source: US Weekly