Andy and Sarah Justice have been married for about three and a half years, and they had been struggling with infertility issues for a few years as well. They were told that, in order to see what was going wrong, they needed to see a fertility specialist.
Andy said that when they visited the specialist, he recommended that they try in vitro fertilization. The cost of the procedure was estimated to be anywhere from $30,000 to $60,000, and the couple would only have a 10 percent chance of getting pregnant.
They decided that that was not the option for them based on the cost and low chance of success, so they decided to get started with the adoption process.
They were paired with a birth mother, and at her first ultrasound, the doctor discovered that she was pregnant with triplets. The babies were born two months early and weighed only two pounds, so they had to stay in the neonatal intensive care unit. Andy and Sarah decided to name the babies Joel, Hannah, and Elizabeth.
About a week after the babies had been born and things were starting to calm down, Sarah began to feel ill. She decided to schedule a doctors appointment to find out what was going on, and she found out that she was pregnant.
Initially, doctors told her that it was just one baby, but later she found out that she was expecting twins.
In an interview with TulsaWorld, Sarah said that she and her husband panicked a little, but they were very happy. She said that they felt like it was something that God wanted them to do.
After welcoming another set of multiples, twins they named Abigail and Andrew, the Justice family now has a whopping seven members. The couple said that they go through about 84 bottles and over 300 diapers per week.
Although they know they have their hands full, and they barely get any sleep, Andy and Sarah say they wouldn’t change things at all.
They say that all of their babies are a blessing, and that God has quite the sense of humor.