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People get extremely excited when they're about to give birth to their first child. All the nervousness and excitement results in the birth of an adorable baby. Just imagine, you are expecting a baby, and you're greeted with three bundles of joy and if among three, two of them are conjoined, what would be your reaction? Happy, amazed or tensed. That's what happened when three beautiful girls - Macy, Mackenzie, and Madeline were born.
These triplets were considered to be rare. Two of them had been conjoined congenitally, and as it turns out, there are only a few documented cases of this happening. Do you want to know how their parents dealt with the entire situation? Obviously, they had panicked, but the girls were pretty healthy, so that was the good news.
Let's check out their story.
These three girls were the rarest case of triplets in the world. But they definitely are the fighters because they managed to pull through during the first few hours of critical care.
So, they were given in the loving custody of the Garrison family. Jeff and Darla Garrison already had three sons, but they were really glad to have the girls in the family.
They are great parents and they took care of the young girls very well.
The conjoined girls were separated to help them lead productive and independent lives.
When the girls were nine months old, they were taken for surgery. The surgery was a success, but the girls were left with only one leg. But thanks to the custom-made prosthesis, they can walk.
Now, the family is happily living on a farm in Iowa.
They survived something terrible at a very young age. Hats off to you, girls!