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IN People ON 05 Feb, 2016
Being in the army can be quite demanding of your time and effort. Sometimes, you are not around for important family events such as anniversaries and birthdays.
Anthony Burch is an army captain who was deployed in South Korea.
As reported by ABC News, Anthony's wife Mary Pat just gave birth to wonderful quadruplets named Henry, Molly, Nathaniel, and Samuel.
So, Anthony went back to the U.S. because he wanted to be with his wife named Mary Pat.
Even though Anthony Burch was in South Korea when Mary Pat was actually giving birth, he was still able to see it all thanks to technology.
Specifically, the army captain utilized Apple's FaceTime app to see the babies as they were put to the incubators. He even saw them getting weighed.
Anthony Burch was really happy that he witnessed the safe operation even though he was not physically around.
Initially, the couple were expecting triplets. However, a new ultrasound confirmed that they were going to have four babies.
It was Anthony who would be waking their daughter up. Alice was apparently so happy to hear about the news of having four new siblings all at the same time.
For now, the quadruplets will be staying at the neonatal intensive care unit at the hospital in Hinsdale, Illinois.
Although Anthony has to go back to South Korea after two weeks, he is elated to be able the new additions to the family.
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