On April 8, Danielle and Adam Busby welcomed not one, not two, but FIVE baby girls — making them the United States' first set of all-female quintuplets!
Born in just four minutes via C-section at 28 weeks, the girls — Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Parker Kate, Riley Paige and Hazel Grace — join big sister Blayke to make up the family-of-eight.
Mom and dad right before the delivery. (Photo Credit: Facebook)
Danielle, who had intrauterine insemination for both of her pregnancies, "was a trooper," according to Dr. Alexander Reiter. "Her positive attitude definitely shined through the pregnancy and the delivery."
Like most multiples, the five babies were all born smaller than the average newborn, with the heaviest weighing in at two pounds, six ounces.
Three of the five quints. (Photo Credit: YouTube)
The couple posted a video to their family's Facebook page in which the mom described each of her daughters' personalities, calling Riley "the feisty one that was all over in my belly, always kicking" and labeling Parker as "so relaxed, so content and calm."
A GoFundMe page to help the family with finances has already raised more than $14,000.