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Viral video: Texas grandmother holds ‘bouquet’ of grandbabies born a month apart

“A bouquet of babies!” observed a commenter in the viral TikTok video of a Texas grandmother, Amy Chizk, holding four of her grandbabies, who were born within about a month of each other.

Chizk’s daughter, Sophie Camp, posted a charming video of her mother “living out her dream” while sitting on an outdoor patio. Winnie, along with triplets Emery, Lucy, and the only boy, Ellias, will surely enjoy each other’s company growing up as cousins. The triplets were born in March, about a month before Winnie.

Chizk actually had a nearly two-decade professional career as a pediatric neonatal nurse, and took care of many premature newborns. “I’ve held lots of babies but never four of them at once,” she said. “So it was a pretty incredible experience, especially knowing they’re my grandbabies.”

Three of the healthy babies are triplets who were born on National Triplets Day, March 3, to Amy’s middle daughter, Sydney Durham. Carrying a “multifetal pregnancy” is considered to “increase maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality.” Thankfully, however, with specialized care, many more premature babies are surviving at younger ages — like Jemarius Harbor Jr., who was born at 21 weeks gestation, and Lyla Stensrud, who was born at 21 weeks and four days.

By God’s grace, little Winnie will have the pleasure of growing up with all three of her triplet cousins, knowing the loving embrace of her grandmother’s arms. 

During an interview with Good Morning America, she cooed over her grandchildren and encouraged families to “Just love them every day and don’t take them for granted.”

This is good advice for all mothers and the medical professionals tasked with caring for them and their preborn children.

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