While the title may sound bizarre, the whole story is even stranger. Debbie and Ken Beasley decided to try and have a baby over thirteen years ago, but had trouble conceiving so they decided to try in vitro.
Twelve embryos were made at a fertility clinic and several were implanted, resulting in twins. This is where the story gets odd. Debbie and her husband didn’t think about the remaining embryos after having their children, and it turns out the doctors illegally sold them. That clinic was shut down due to this.
The couple traced the embryos to an East Coast university where eight had been successfully frozen. Upon finding their potential offspring after believing them to be gone, the couple decided to try and conceive again.
They had the embryos thawed after 13 years and implanted, which resulted in a healthy baby girl named Laina! Don’t think this story is too strange? Just think, Laina, who was just born, is technically a triplet and the other two are already teenagers!