Bethani said in one interview that although it seemed a real challenge to name four babies she felt it was much easier than naming just one.
This way, no one had to compromise. They didn’t have to narrow their options down to one and they both got to choose two of their favorite names. There were plenty of babies to name.
They Were All the Same
Having a multiple-fetus pregnancy was one thing, however, giving birth to four identical babies was something no one saw coming. They were four girls and they all looked the same. They were an identical quartet.
For this to happen something out of the ordinary has to happen. The odds are one in 15 million, which made Bathani and Tim very special parents to very special babies.
No Pressure of a Name
Out of the many difficulties they were confronting, and out of all the challenges they were about to come across, there was one obstacle that had to be solved before anything else.
Finding one name that is meaningful and unique can be tough, so finding four names was a big deal for Bethani and Tim. Eventually, they named the baby girls Abigail, Grace, Emily, and McKayla.
How Could They Tell Them Apart?
At first, Bethani and Tim were delighted and anxious to start the rest of their lives, however, as the days came, so did the worries and the insecurity. Having four babies was more than anyone could handle.
Bethani was concerned not only because of the hard work that came with parenthood but because of the dangers that were more likely to happen. Having four premature babies was no joke.
The Biggest Challenge in Life
Troubles were not long in coming. Funnily enough, the most challenging obstacle they came across was one neither of them expected.
No matter how hard they tried, the new parents just couldn't tell their babies apart. They all looked like spitting images of each other. It was remarkable and frightening at the same time. Bethani and Tim were not alone.