Last week, four adorable girls in Minnesota beat the odds.  Sawyer, Kennedy, Lakely, and Aurora were born to Taylor Becher and Lance Thompson of Albertville, MN, and they are identical quadruplets.  The odds of having identical quadruplets born are about one in 15 million.

According to, the babies were born by cesarean at 31 weeks and six days.  Lakely was the smallest, weighing in at 2 pounds, 10 ounces.  Topping the scale was Sawyer, who was born at 3 pounds, 3 ounces.  There weren't any serious complications during the pregnancy or delivery, and Taylor was never placed on bed rest during the pregnancy.

The four girls have a big brother who is 21 months old, who they will hopefully get to meet soon.  You can see more of their story and see photos here.

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