Mom ‘hits the twins jackpot’ as she gives birth to TWO sets of boys in the same year – after finding out that both of her grandmothers had lost twins at birth

  • Alexzandria Wolliston said she feels like she ‘hit the twin jackpot’ after giving birth to sons Kaylen and Kaleb on December 27
  • She had welcomed two other boys Mark and Malakhi on March 13 
  • Doctors told her after she fell pregnant again in May that odds to win the lottery were more likely than giving birth to two sets of twins in the same year 
  • On average, only 36.2 sets of twins are born per 1,000 births
  • Wolliston recently learned that both her grandmothers lost twin boys at birth and now she feels like the sets of twins are a gift from her grandparents
  • She also has a three-year-old girl who she says prepared her for a full house 

A woman in Florida has given birth to two sets of twins in just one year.

Alexzandria Wolliston said she feels like she ‘hit the twin jackpot’ after giving birth to sons Kaylen and Kaleb on December 27.

She had welcomed two other boys Mark and Malakhi on March 13 and doctors told her after she fell pregnant again in May that odds to win the lottery were more likely. 

Wolliston believes the boys were a gift, after recently learning that both of her grandmothers lost twin boys at birth. 

Alexzandria Wolliston said she feels like she 'hit the twin jackpot' after giving birth to sons Kaylen and Kaleb on December 27

Doctors told her after she fell pregnant again in May 2019 that the odds to win the lottery were more likely than giving birth to two sets of twins in the same year. She also has a three-year-old girl who she says prepared her for a full house.

On average, only 36.2 sets of twins are born per 1,000 births, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Vital Statics Reports for 2018.

About one in 25 twin birth occur naturally. 

‘All four of them are up now,’ she told WPTV

The West Palm Beach parent added: ‘I’m like, “Oh my gosh, I never thought I would have two”.’

She believes her bundles of joy are divine gifts.

‘I always say that I feel like my grandmothers gave me their kids because two sets of twins and their twins passed away,’ Wolliston continued. 

‘I feel like they just sent them down for me.’

Wolliston believes her bundles of joy are divine gifts. Both her grandmothers lost twin boys at birth. Little Kaleb was brought home from the NICU on Monday and his brother is expected to leave hospital soon. They were born at 34 weeks

Wolliston believes her bundles of joy are divine gifts. Both her grandmothers lost twin boys at birth. Little Kaleb was brought home from the NICU on Monday and his brother is expected to leave hospital soon. They were born at 34 weeks

Little Kaleb was brought home from the NICU on Monday and his brother is expected to leave hospital soon. They were born prematurely at 34 weeks.

When he gets home,  Wolliston will have five little ones under one roof, as she also has daughter Armani.

Wolliston told Good Morning America she was initially nervous about giving birth to twins.

‘I wondered if my body could handle it since I just went through it,’ she admitted.

But all turned out fine and there were no complications.

‘I was just thinking today “is this really happening? Who has ever heard of this happening?”,’ Wollaston added to GMA. ‘I’m just so amazed and grateful and thankful things turned out the way they did.’ 

She also has a three-year-old girl named Ar’Mani, who she says prepared her for a full house.

‘She was actually worse than them, so she was like two babies in one,’ Wolliston admitted.

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