- A woman in Florida identified as Alexzandria Wolliston has given birth to two sets of twins in just one year
- Wolliston, who is a single mother, gave birth to her first set of twins in March 2019 and welcomed the second set in December 2019
- The mother of twins already has a 3-year-old daughter identified as Ar'Mani
- Wolliston has opened a GoFundMe page and is asking for help in the form of $10,000 (GHC57,000)
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After welcoming a set of twins on March 13, a single mother in Florida identified as Alexzandria Wolliston welcomed another set of twins on December 27, 2019, the same year as the first.
Wolliston, who said she never thought she would have two, added that she believes the boys were a gift, after recently learning that both of her grandmothers lost twin boys at birth.
YEN.com.gh gathers that the new set of twins, Kaylen and Kaleb, were born prematurely at 34 weeks.
She said: "I always say that I feel like my grandmothers gave me their kids because two sets of twins and their twins passed away. I feel like they just sent them down for me."
The mother of twins, who also has a 3-year-old daughter named Ar'Mani, said: "I was just thinking today 'is this really happening?' Who has ever heard of this happening?"
The single mother has opened a GoFundMe page and is asking for help in the form of $10,000 (N3.6 million).
Reacting to public criticism about the page, Wolliston said: "People trying to shame me for having a GoFundMe account. I support my kids to the fullest. People have so many opinions about my family, I told them to help out then."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a pair of twins were born at an Indiana hospital on December 31 and January 1, making the female the last 2019 baby born at the hospital and the male the first baby born in the new decade there.
The babies were born different days, months and even decades after arriving just 30 minutes apart at Ascension St Vincent Carmel.
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