I’m guessing no woman listening to my voice has ever experienced this kind of pregnancy. When Kelsey Hatcher went in for her ultrasound she asked the technician if there was only one baby, to which she replied, “Yes.” Then Kelsey told her she had two uteruses and asked her to check the other one. Before the tech could say anything, Kelsey shouted, “There is another one!” It’s rare to have two uteruses and even more rare to have a pregnancy in both. Doctors say the odds are one in fifty million. Each uterus is half the size of a normal womb. So, a vaginal delivery is the goal with a double cesarean the last resort. Kelsey and Caleb, the parents of three other children feel blessed and grateful. All will welcome two additional girls. Join me in praying for everyone involved.
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