‘Truly blessed:’ massive woman expecting to quadruple 1 in 70M

A big surprise—fourfold—for a Taunton woman from Massachusetts during a routine doctor’s appointment earlier this year. Ashley Ness found out she was pregnant just before Valentine’s Day. “what did I say?’ She goes, ‘You’re having a baby,'” Ness said. A surprise baby is a thing—but nothing could have prepared Ness for the news she’d learn two weeks later at an ultrasound. (ultrasound technology) starts showing up, and she says, ‘Dear you have four kids,’ I said, ‘I’m sorry, what?’ Ness said. Ness’s naturally conceived quadruple is one in a million. “I need to get a passenger van. I need to put a spare one at home. Like, it’s just that I was like, initially, I need to do a lot,” she said. The boyfriend already has four children between them at the age of 24 and the youngest is 7. Ashley’s 8-year-old daughter Chanel is set to play his older sister. She is already making plans. That’s what to do when one of her younger siblings cries. Chanel said, “First I’m going to check their diapers and then see if they need a nap or if they’re hungry.” Ashley Ness Founded GoFundMe for Before having her daughter, Ness said she struggled to get pregnant. Now, eight years later with four healthy babies on the way, she feels lucky to be in this situation — as overwhelming as it may sound. “I feel really blessed,” she said. Ness is 22 weeks old now and doctors plan to deliver the quad via C-section between 30 and 32 weeks. Her death is in mid-October. Due date and will probably spend some time in the NICU. Ness said she has the overwhelming support of family and friends ready to help. “Everyone who really knows me says if anyone can handle it, it’s you,” she said. The story of Ness is even more rare due to the fact that there are two sets of quadruple twins – one set of boys and one set of girls. The chance of this happening spontaneously is one in 70 million.

A big surprise—fourfold—for a Taunton woman from Massachusetts during a routine doctor’s appointment earlier this year.

Ashley Ness found out she was pregnant just before Valentine’s Day.

“what did I say?’ She goes, ‘You’re having a baby,'” Ness said.

A surprise baby is a thing—but nothing could have prepared Ness for the news she’d learn two weeks later at an ultrasound.

“(The ultrasound technology) starts showing up, and she says, ‘Honey, you have four kids,’ I said, ‘I’m sorry, what? Ness said.

The naturally conceived quadruple of Ness is about one in 1 million.

“I want to get a passenger van. I need to put a spare at home. Like, it’s just that I was like, in the beginning, uh, I need to do a lot,” she said.

Ness and her boyfriend already have four children between them aged 24 and the youngest is 7 years old.

Ashley’s 8-year-old daughter Chanel is set to play her older sister. She is already planning what to do when one of her younger siblings cries.

Chanel said, “First I’m going to check their diapers and then see if they need a nap or they are hungry.”

Setting up GoFundMe for Ashley Ness

Before having her daughter, Ness said she struggled to get pregnant. Now, eight years later with four healthy kids on the way, she feels lucky to be in this position – as overwhelming as it may sound.

“I feel really blessed,” she said.

Ness is 22 weeks old now and doctors plan to deliver the quad via C-section between 30 and 32 weeks. He has a due date in mid-October and will likely spend some time in the NICU.

Ness said he has the support of family and friends who are ready to help.

“Everyone who really knows me says if anyone can handle it, it’s you,” she said.

The story of Ness is even more rare due to the fact that there are two sets of quadruple twins – one set of boys and one set of girls. The chance of this happening spontaneously is one in 70 million.