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February 22, 2024 28 mins

Hello miracle babies! This story stunned the medical community, not to mention this mother of five.Kelsey Hatcher was born with a double uterus and defied the odds by becoming pregnant with one baby in each uterus.Fast forward to two separate births, two separate birthdays, and back-to-back labor pains.Don't miss this fascinating conversation where we explore this medical anomaly, how it has impacted her family, and whether or not they are done making babies!

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Speaker 1 (00:05):

Speaker 2 (00:05):
I am Kate Hudson and my name is Oliver Hudson.

Speaker 3 (00:08):
We wanted to do something that highlighted our.

Speaker 2 (00:11):
Relationship and what it's like to be siblings. We are
a sibling raivalry.

Speaker 3 (00:21):
No, no, sibling. You don't do that with your mouth.

Speaker 2 (00:30):

Speaker 3 (00:33):
That's good, Ollie. I'm really excited about our next guest.

Speaker 2 (00:41):
Before you ask, though, Yeah, how's your uterus?

Speaker 3 (00:48):
Oliver? You know what's so cray, what so wild is
that this is one of those stories that I'm actually like,
I didn't even know that was I've never even heard
a story. It's a woman, Kelsey, she has she was
born with two uterists Teri, Oliver corrected me. They did,

and and it just made me think how much we
don't how much about our own bodies, We don't even
know as possible as possible, or I mean, have you
ever heard of that?

Speaker 2 (01:19):
No, and then on top of that, getting pregnant with
twins in both uterize. No, you don't do a uterize
you to rye one baby in one you and the
other in another ute? Yeah, double ute? She had double ute.

I mean it's pretty unbelievable.

Speaker 3 (01:43):
Yeah, No, I mean, this is what I'm saying like,
there's so much about women's bodies that we you know
that even though I mean, yes, obviously the information that's
out there, but you know, we don't talk about it.

Speaker 4 (01:54):
And she came out or she should. Basically someone approached
her to tell the story and then it kind of
blew up and we were like, let's get her on
the show just because it's so fascinating and and what
an amazing, fascinating story.

Speaker 2 (02:08):
I know, she's awesome.

Speaker 4 (02:09):
Also, it makes me think about having kids and having
five children. Is this is what kept going on in
my brain.

Speaker 2 (02:20):
I don't want it.

Speaker 4 (02:21):
You don't want I mean, that's a lot of kids.

Speaker 2 (02:23):
It's a lot of kids. I'm very happy with three.
When I'm around kids, though, you know, oh my god,
I love so much. But at the same time, just
dealing with the insanity.

Speaker 4 (02:34):
Oh I just want another little baby. Those babies are
just have a little baby in that smell.

Speaker 2 (02:40):
I know, I know, But then I want to hand
it off after you know, and then you're at that
age I don't want to I don't want to deal.
I don't want to deal with raising another child. Like
I'm so out of the woods right now. That's so

that's T Swift, right, Yeah.

Speaker 4 (03:02):
T Swift's nineteen eighty something eighty nine Era eighty nine Basic.

Speaker 2 (03:10):
That's when. That's when. Yeah, that's what the no, no,
look you is that that album?

Speaker 3 (03:20):
She'll probably sue us.

Speaker 4 (03:22):
For singing this.

Speaker 2 (03:28):
Te Swift Taken the World by Storm.

Speaker 4 (03:31):
But you know it's it's yeah, I can't. Every time
I start talking about pregnancy and uteruses, I just get
like I feel the uterus contraction and I just go, oh,
am I done?

Speaker 2 (03:45):
The question mark, K, You're done. I know you talk
about it, but you're done.

Speaker 4 (03:50):
I am yeah, Okay, Well, I guess we'll see. No,
I guess we'll see if I'm done or not.

Speaker 2 (03:56):
Just don't do it. Don't do it.

Speaker 4 (03:59):
What if Aaron was like, I'm pregnant right now, I mean,
would you be would you be excited? You'd be excited.

Speaker 2 (04:08):
I'd be excited, and and it would be fine, and
it would be great eventually, but it would be horrible.

Speaker 4 (04:15):
You'd have to bring all that stuff back into that
Oh my god.

Speaker 2 (04:18):
No, Once you lose the car seats and the and
the cribs and all the thing and you're done with
all that strollers, it's like, oh my God, it's the best.

Speaker 4 (04:26):
I know, it's so wild.

Speaker 2 (04:27):
When it's all gone, it's the best. It's the best.
I'm more looking forward to think of it that way.

Speaker 3 (04:33):
I love the stroller. I get I'm getting sad that
we don't need the stroller anymore. It's like just sitting there.
I can't get rid of it.

Speaker 2 (04:39):
Are you done with the stroller? Right?

Speaker 3 (04:40):

Speaker 4 (04:41):
And I can't. I can't keep looking at it. I
know I'll give it to him, but Weenus is what
we call our brother for those of you who I
remember saying that on Jimmy Fallon.

Speaker 3 (04:51):
And that's a horrible nickname. But WEENI.

Speaker 4 (04:59):
Yeah, give it to WANs.

Speaker 3 (05:00):
But I but I can't get rid of it because
I just stare at it, going, oh my god, is
it really?

Speaker 4 (05:10):
Is she really that big? I can't believe it she is?

Speaker 2 (05:14):
But I would. I would if Aaron was pregnant again,
I would you be afraid and then excited. I mean honestly,
to be to be honest, it would be like, oh
my gosh, and then terrified and holy shit. But it
can't happen because she had her tubes tied.

Speaker 3 (05:33):
Oh are you allowed to talk about this?

Speaker 2 (05:36):
Why not?

Speaker 4 (05:37):
Like I don't know's you permission to say that publicly?

Speaker 2 (05:42):
I mean, unless there's a guy out there who wants
to date her now. Is not because she can't have kids,
like I don't know. No, it's fine because actually the
story is because she had three C sections. And then
she's like, why don't you get a vasectomy? I said, okay,
but they're already hutting you. You know you're already open.
They can just ti your tubes. I said, I'll do

it because if you want me to, I will do it.
One because if you have amazing children and you give me,
I'll do it. But then our doctors like, there's no
reason not to do it while I'm in here, and
so she's like, oh, okay, it's not gonna hurt anymore
or extend the healing process or anything. And he's like, no, no,
it's just it's just nothing. So she's like, okay, crazy,

how is that?

Speaker 3 (06:26):

Speaker 2 (06:26):
I still got my my, my, my very virile seamen,
you look so gross when I said that, I like
never want you to ever say anything like that'll ever swimmers,
I have more. The way you said it, it was just

like liral, like.

Speaker 3 (06:55):
Like nightmares about it. I speaking I had my first
mere panic attack last night. Really, I had a full
on panic attack in my sleep and woke up as
a dream and woke up so happy that it was
a dream and not my real life. I couldn't believe it.

Speaker 2 (07:16):
What were you panicking about? Do you remember?

Speaker 5 (07:18):

Speaker 4 (07:19):
It was like I was panicking about. I don't know.

Speaker 3 (07:23):
It was like intruders and something like scary, scary, but
like like I couldn't move, like a panic attack, like
oh my god, yeah, I'm gonna die, kind of like
panic attack. And it felt so terrible because I've never
had one before. I knocked on my that but in
my dream. It happened in my dream.

Speaker 2 (07:41):
Yeah, But isn't it so great when you wake up
and you're like, oh, thank my god, it's not real
that happens.

Speaker 4 (07:47):
But what does it mean that that was in my
subconscious and not in my in my frontal low?

Speaker 3 (07:52):
Wait, well, if you think about is it in my
precondal pre your precontaltegre.

Speaker 5 (08:01):
My pre contal you've got to pre contal fortext. Oh
my god, that's so amazing. Yeah, it was, for sure.

Speaker 2 (08:18):
That's good.

Speaker 3 (08:21):
It's very complex.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
Yeah, but you just finished something extremely arduous and exciting,
you know what I mean, Like there's you know, you
want to do well, there's anxiety around it, there's this,
there's that whatever.

Speaker 4 (08:35):
Maybe it was it's the release of anxiety.

Speaker 3 (08:37):
Or the release Yeah, like, oh gosh, I can have
that panic in my dream.

Speaker 2 (08:42):
Yeah, I dream and then we've got them. I have
a I had a dream the other night where Aaron
was like with another man, and I woke up feeling
the same thing like, oh my god, thank god that's
not actually happening, but strangely like I wake up angry

at her, but like horny, I.

Speaker 3 (09:07):
Don't want to talk about this these I'm not the
person you should be having this conference.

Speaker 6 (09:12):
I know.

Speaker 2 (09:12):
But why because I'm like horny, I'm like, I hate
you right now. In my dream you were with this dude,
and because I'm like I'm horny now, I'm like, I'm
going to show you who I am or like something
I don't know, or.

Speaker 3 (09:29):
I mean, maybe you need the excitement.

Speaker 2 (09:31):
Do I have a fantasy of like another man in
my bed with Aaron. I don't want to talk about
I don't want that for anyone listening. I don't I can't.
I couldn't deal with that.

Speaker 3 (09:41):
No, I think it's just like.

Speaker 2 (09:42):
But I wake up. I woke up horny when I
whenever I have bad dreams about Aaron with another man,
I wake up like weirdly horny.

Speaker 3 (09:48):
I think this is much deeper, and I think you
should probably unpack it with your therapist and not your sister.

Speaker 2 (09:55):
Okay, let's go to Kelsey. Let's go to Kelsey.

Speaker 3 (09:58):
Yeah, I'm actually so okay. That was a major digression.
But I'm excited by that digression. I liked our conversation.
All right, so let's talk to Kelsey about our wild story.

Speaker 2 (10:09):
Right door opening sound effect.

Speaker 3 (10:24):
Kelsey, welcome to our podcast. Thank you so much. I'm
so excited. We're excited to hear. It's such a fun
it's such a crazy story. So let's get into it.
I'm just going to let you start with your story.
You know, first of all, where are you right now?
Where do you live, Kelsey? What part of the world
are you in?

Speaker 6 (10:45):
I am in Alabama, Dora, Alabama.

Speaker 3 (10:49):
You're in Alabama. And let's just start at the very beginning.

Speaker 2 (10:55):
Miracle babies.

Speaker 3 (10:56):
Yeah, I mean, I guess the question is when did
you find out you had two uterous back you know,
explain a little bit about your story. Why don't you
give us the rundown?

Speaker 6 (11:12):
For sure?

Speaker 1 (11:13):
So I had some just regular complications as I was
a teenager, and we went to my OB at the
time and you know, explained like, hey, something's off. There's
just some stuff that's not right, and it took them
a while to figure it out, and she was just like,

oh my gosh, you have two utersses And I at
that time didn't understand like the complexity of that. The
crazy part about that specific instance in finding out my
OB at the time pulled her textbook out in front.

Speaker 6 (11:50):
Of me and had never seen it before.

Speaker 1 (11:52):
She didn't know, like, you know, she learned about it
in school, but she had never seen it. And I
love her. She was great for me at that time.
But after that, when I decided to have a family,
I figured I probably should find an obi who was
a little bit more experienced with my situation. So that
was a fun moment.

Speaker 3 (12:13):
Now, now did you get a statistic on this? Was
there an Is there an actual statistic like how many
people women have this?

Speaker 1 (12:20):
If I if I can remember correctly, I think it's
like every three and a thousand.

Speaker 6 (12:25):
Women have it?

Speaker 1 (12:27):
Okay, so right, it's a little bit more common, but
I just think it's probably just not talked about a
lot wild.

Speaker 3 (12:34):
So they find out, and then what was the first
thing that what was like the first question when you
find out you have too two uteruses?

Speaker 2 (12:42):
What's the first.

Speaker 3 (12:45):
Yeah, you have too uterie?

Speaker 6 (12:47):
I think that's what they say, Yeah you to I.

Speaker 3 (12:52):
Thanks Ollie.

Speaker 2 (12:52):
Yeah, yeah, got expelled from high school. But I know
I know my plurals.

Speaker 3 (12:59):
So what's the first question you asked?

Speaker 1 (13:03):
At that point at seventeen, I didn't really have any
questions other than just like, hey, can we fix the
current problem that I have? And she was like, yeah,
no problem. So after figuring it out, we fix everything
and I was good to go. When I got married,
it was more of like, okay, you know, you may
have some issues with fertility or you know, early preterm labor,

even miscarriage, and so that that led to some questions like, well,
what do we need to do as far as this,
And when that my OB was like, well, when you
decide to have a family, we might need to send
you to a fertility doctor to you know, just check everything,
make sure things are looking good. And I just got

pregnant with no issues, so we considered my first pregnancy
was a high risk pregnancy.

Speaker 6 (13:53):
They watched me a little bit more, but everything was great.

Speaker 3 (13:57):
So, but how many kids do you have?

Speaker 6 (14:00):
I have five?

Speaker 3 (14:01):
Now, okay, so you have five to three normal pregnancies, yes,
and let's get into what happened with this third? Yes? This, well, four?

Speaker 2 (14:12):
Yes, fourth, yeah.

Speaker 6 (14:14):
Fourth, yeah.

Speaker 3 (14:16):
I guess before we get into this. Did each one
of your pregnancies happen in the same uterus?

Speaker 1 (14:22):
We think so there was a little bit of miscommunication
on some documentation. I had my second child at a
different hospital, but I came back to you ab uh
for my third child and.

Speaker 6 (14:35):
Fourth and fifth.

Speaker 1 (14:37):
We thought that my second child was in my left uterus,
but after everything that happened with the delivery of our twins,
we believe that it might have just been every baby
was in.

Speaker 6 (14:48):
The right uterus, which is what I feel like.

Speaker 1 (14:51):
I have pictures vividly, like laying on my back and
you can see everything is shifted onto my right side
because they were in the right uterus.

Speaker 6 (14:59):
So it was kind of weird.

Speaker 1 (15:02):
But yeah, so that's I feel like all of them
prior to this were in my right uters So this
would have been the first that I've had one in
my left wait Kelsey.

Speaker 3 (15:10):
I also just want to say thank you for sharing
all of this, because I know these things are very
personal in private, and it's just so nice when people
are open about it, and it's so fascinating, and I'm
sure there's a lot of people out there who didn't
even realize that this, you know, absolutely even a possibility.

Speaker 6 (15:28):

Speaker 1 (15:29):
I was a little hesitant at first when the initial
reporter came to us about sharing our story, and my
husband was the one that was finally like, just do it,
and I was like okay, And then when it kind
of blew up, it was really fascinating to me to
see how many people like reached out to me over
social media like, hey, my daughter has this and we've

been told those same things, and we're encouraged by your
story to see that you have like three children and
now you have this unique pregnant see and everything's gone
well like that gives us hope for our daughter or
for ourselves, and so that was really encouraging for me
and made it all worth it.

Speaker 2 (16:09):
That's great.

Speaker 3 (16:10):
I know.

Speaker 2 (16:10):
It's amazing how speaking out and telling your truth that
might be scary sometimes can actually have major benefits, and
also you realize how not alone you are and the
things that go through you know, I mean it's pretty amazing.
So with the first pregnancies though, before the twins, what

were the what were the possible complications? You know, what?
How did that work? Meaning did it matter what uterus?
What were the issues it could have been?

Speaker 1 (16:46):
On my ultrasound, my left uteruses a little tilted and
oddly shaped, so that's why they felt like, I you
would have an issue being pregnant in that one, but
as far as the right, so both of my uters
are like the size of one split in half, so
it's just like the growing space. They felt like with
a single pregnancy, I may just have like an early delivery,

so we watched for pre term or miscarriage. So once
I made it past that first trimester, it was a
little you know, every milestone throughout the whole thing with
each of them was kind of like, Okay, we've made
it a step farther, and we can do this.

Speaker 6 (17:27):
With two of them.

Speaker 1 (17:28):
I actually went to forty one week, so wow weeks. Yeah,
all my doctors were all like, I just really just
don't know how you've made it.

Speaker 3 (17:37):
I don't either, So how big were they?

Speaker 1 (17:42):
My three single babies were all eight pounds and heavier.

Speaker 6 (17:47):
I had eight three and eight five.

Speaker 3 (17:49):
Wow, Oh my gosh, that's crazy. Yeah, all right, well
let's get into this the latest pregnancy. So when did you, like,
so walk us through this, you, I mean, other than

obviously how you get pregnant. We got that far. Yeah,
But so you're pregnant, you realize you're pregnant, you go
to the doctor.

Speaker 6 (18:23):
And yes.

Speaker 1 (18:24):
So I was at my first ultrasound. Up until that,
I really thought that something was going wrong. I was
extremely exhausted, more so than any of my other pregnancies,
and I told my husband I was like, man, I
just think this is probably that I'm taking care of
three kids and then also pregnant on top of this.
I've never really had morning sickness, but I experienced a

little bit with this this pregnancy, and so I went
in thinking I just I don't know, I had some
had a little bit of bleeding going up into it,
and so I was really thinking like, Okay, this is
just not gonna be a good outcome. And my husband
actually didn't come with me to the first ultrasound. I said,
I'll just call you after you know, we've done this

multiple times.

Speaker 6 (19:08):
It's no big deal at this point. And immediately I
lay down.

Speaker 1 (19:13):
And she's like, oh, we here, we see baby, and
everything looks good. I said, there's only one, right, and
she said, yeah, there's only one.

Speaker 6 (19:22):
And I was like, okay, great.

Speaker 1 (19:23):
So I took a deep breath and just kind of
laid back and you know, relaxed because heartbeat was looking good,
baby was looking good. And I said, hey, I'm sure
it's in my chart, but I just wanted to let
you know, like, in case you see it while you're scanning,
I do have a second uterus. Just don't be alarmed
if you run across and see, like, what the heck
is this?

Speaker 6 (19:44):
And she said, I thought I had caught something on
the picture. Let's see.

Speaker 1 (19:48):
Let's just go check it out and see that everything
looks good. And as soon as she moves the ultrasound
one to the other side, she didn't even have the
time to say it. I said, oh my gosh, there's
another one. She was like, yes, there is another one.

Speaker 3 (20:02):
Oh my god.

Speaker 2 (20:04):
Was your husband there?

Speaker 6 (20:05):
No, he was not. I I lost it. I would
would with laughter, not crying.

Speaker 1 (20:11):
I laughed so hard, and she was I feel like
she probably was a little uncomfortable because she was like, what.

Speaker 6 (20:17):
What is it like?

Speaker 1 (20:18):
Oh my gosh, I said, I have to call my
husband right now. So I called him immediately and he
thought I was lying to him as of course yeah,
And then when I said, no, there's two of them.
I have one in each of my uteruses, and he
was like, oh, my gosh, I mean I am so okay.

Speaker 3 (20:36):
So so now you are during the pregnancy. It's obviously
very different than twins in the same uterus. Yeah, so
does it feel different? I mean, I know, I guess
you wouldn't know. Did it feel different to you.

Speaker 1 (20:53):
In comparison to my like single pregnancies, pregnancy felt the same,
other than knowing that there were two babies now. One
of the coolest things I felt like was it you
could visibly see the difference in the utera, Like at
night when I would lay back in my recliner, they
would almost like go to their own sides and have

a complete wow oh yeah, the vibe.

Speaker 6 (21:18):
Down the center of my stomach. It was. It was crazy.

Speaker 2 (21:20):
Are they considered twins medically?

Speaker 1 (21:23):
The doctors have said that they are fraternal twins because
they really have nothing else to call them. But it's
more so like their siblings. I feel like, because because.

Speaker 3 (21:32):
They're not sharing the same placenta, is that this is
two different placentas.

Speaker 6 (21:38):
Two placentas, two wombs to everything.

Speaker 3 (21:41):
Wow, so they really have their own experiences that they
were close to each other. Yeah, they get like here
maybe maybe here, yeah, maybe hear each other or feel
each other a little.

Speaker 6 (21:52):
I'm sure they failt each other.

Speaker 3 (21:54):

Speaker 2 (21:54):
Oh my gosh.

Speaker 3 (21:55):
Oh it's like hard to take in because it's so wild.
I couldn't imagine. I also like the idea that they'd
like tuck into their own side, you know, like they
turned over and just went to sleep on their own
side of the No.

Speaker 1 (22:11):
They are, Well, there'll be seven weeks, so they have
different birthdays, so one will be seven weeks tomorrow and
one seven weeks on Wednesday.

Speaker 3 (22:18):
Okay, okay, so now let's go into the labor experience. So,
now you you was your labor even harder? Was everything
harder with this?

Speaker 1 (22:29):
I'm typically I don't think so, Okay, I was induced.
We ended up inducing at thirty nine weeks because my
due date was Christmas Day, and I just said I
don't want to be in the hospital on Christmas. I
would like to be home. So we induced a week
early and it was a long process, but it was nothing,

nothing too hard that I felt like in comparison to
the other ones that I've experienced, and you know, it
just kind of happened. We the doctor she wanted to
check both sides and see like, Okay, what's the best
plan of action?

Speaker 6 (23:09):
What are we going to do?

Speaker 1 (23:10):
And I had one baby that was a little lower
than the other one, which again is typical with twins,
and so she said, well, I'm she gonna I'll break
the water on this side and then we'll go that
route because once we break the water, that side will
increase faster too.

Speaker 2 (23:27):
And two sacks.

Speaker 1 (23:30):
Yes, So she broke the water on my right side,
and I guess within probably four hours the baby was born,
and then we had to go back into the laboring
suite and start the second round for baby number two.

Speaker 2 (23:46):
Did you take a break? We were like, did you
take like a lunch break?

Speaker 3 (23:50):
So I wish they did not get any.

Speaker 2 (23:54):
Like bang bang back to back.

Speaker 1 (23:56):
Yeah, well, they were ten and a half hours apart,
so I did have to wait a little a little,
but it was almost like starting the whole process over.
Once we delivered one, we got back to the room,
checked everything, and then started the medicine to start induction again,
and just watched to see how everything went. Ten and

a half hours later, So the next morning, uh, we
decided it was time for a C section because things
didn't work out as well as I wanted to.

Speaker 6 (24:27):
And she was.

Speaker 3 (24:29):
Here, wow, and that's your that was your left yes, yes, okay, So.

Speaker 2 (24:36):
Now now, so you won't raise them as twins or
will you? Or what is that anyone with? That even
means me? And how people like dress them whatever?

Speaker 1 (24:46):
I don't, Oh, well, I don't think I haven't actually
dressed them the same yet. I put them in the
same colors, but I don't put them in matching out bits.
But they don't even I mean, they don't look alike.
The only thing about it is, you know, we call
them twins because it's easier than explaining the situation to everybody,
but the ones that know.

Speaker 3 (25:05):
Now you can just say, you could go listen to
our podcast, right, right, you really want to know more? Right?
Did the laboring feel different?

Speaker 6 (25:16):
Not really? I will say.

Speaker 1 (25:18):
When we before I got well, mostly because I got
an epidural, so I, you know, it was kind of
just like, Okay, we'll sit and wait. But before I
got that and I could actually feel my contractions, there
was at one point where I could feel a contraction
starting in the left side and then it would make
like a wave over.

Speaker 6 (25:36):
To the right side.

Speaker 1 (25:38):
They had to set up two different monitors and try
to like put the probes on my stomach just in
the right spots where they weren't catching both uterses at
the same time, and you know, try to differentiate between
the two. So it was that the nurses literally said,
at my bedside and move them monitors around. All day

long they were pros what are what are.

Speaker 3 (26:05):
The statistics of someone with two uteruses getting pregnant in
both uteruses?

Speaker 1 (26:11):
There are I've heard two different statistics, but I think
the most accurate.

Speaker 6 (26:15):
One is like one in a million.

Speaker 3 (26:17):
Oh, myke, you're literally one in a million.

Speaker 6 (26:20):
Yeah, that's the best.

Speaker 3 (26:22):
Wow, I love that all.

Speaker 2 (26:25):
Are you done with having children? You want more?

Speaker 6 (26:29):
No, we are done. We made sure that we were done.

Speaker 3 (26:33):
Five is a that's a that is quite a family.
And now what how old your oldest? She will return
seven next Friday. And then we have a son who's
five another daughter who's two, and then the two twin girls. Oh,
you are going to be in it for a while.
It's nicely all close together.

Speaker 2 (26:53):
And how's your husband.

Speaker 6 (26:55):
He's good?

Speaker 1 (26:56):
Yeah, yeah, he uh bless his heart, he's going to
have lots of hormones. He and my son are going
to have to go out and throw some football and
you know, have some bonding time.

Speaker 3 (27:07):
So it's four girls, four girls, one boy.

Speaker 6 (27:10):

Speaker 2 (27:11):
By the way, how did he how did he handle
and deal with all of all of this? Was he
along for the ride? Did he have fear? Was you know?
What's his? Five?

Speaker 6 (27:20):

Speaker 2 (27:21):

Speaker 1 (27:22):
Oh? He he is like my number one encourager. With
every single pregnancy. I come to him and I'm like,
oh my gosh, I'm pregnant, and he's like, it's fine,
We've got this.

Speaker 6 (27:32):
It's going to be great.

Speaker 1 (27:34):
And he just has been right by my side the
entire time.

Speaker 6 (27:37):
He is. He's the best. I couldn't ask for better.

Speaker 3 (27:42):
Oh, Kelsey, thank you so much for sharing your story
with us. I can't wait to share this. This is
so fun.

Speaker 2 (27:48):
I know, it's just unbelievable. One in a million, one
in a million. I think Kelsey should interview me now.
On my pregnant.

Speaker 1 (28:00):
I think your statistic would be way less than one
in a new you know.

Speaker 3 (28:06):
Well, Thank you so so so much.

Speaker 6 (28:09):
Absolutely, thank you guys. I appreciate it.

Speaker 3 (28:12):
Yeah, and good luck with everything. Thank you, many blessings.

Speaker 6 (28:17):
Thank you so much,
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