She Already Had Triplets At Home. When Doctors Looked At Her Latest Ultrasound? The Room Fell Silent

Updated February 1, 2016

Although they might look like ordinary parents, Sarah and Bill Imbierowicz of Kokomo, IN are anything but ordinary.

After spending years trying to conceive through IVF, they had a lot of trouble and experienced a few heartbreaking miscarriages.

Despite the disparaging moments, they stayed optimistic. They conceived their first son, Will. Then the next year, Sarah had triplet boys.

“When the kids smile, when they are having fun and stuff, when they accomplish new things, it’s really fun to see that,” Bill said.

After having so much fun with the four boys, the couple decided it was time to get pregnant again. Bill was convinced Sarah would really want a daughter.

The family implanted two female embryos and hoped one of the girls would survive.

When Sarah went in for her ultrasound, the doctor looked at her stunned.

“[The doctor] just got this look on his face, and I said, ‘Oh, no,’ and he said, ‘What do you see?’ and I said, ‘I see two,’ ” Sarah said. “He said, ‘Look again.’ I said, ‘I see three,’ and he said, ‘I see three, too.’ I think the whole room just went quiet at that point. I think we were all just like, ‘Oh.’ “

As if by some miracle, the two embryos became three baby girls! The Imbierowiczs were parents of two sets of triplets.

“Most of time when you transfer two embryos and get pregnancies it’s because one embryo split and you end up with identical twins,” said Dr. Goldfarb, a fertility specialist.

Now the family is overwhelmed by their abundance of children. But happy nonetheless.

“I would be lying through my teeth if I said I wasn’t a little overwhelmed,” she said. “But I also know that with the help we have, there’s never going to be a baby not being held or a toddler not being played with. It will all work out.”

WATCH their incredible story in the video included below!