After Years Of Trying To Solve Infertility Problems, The Family Realizes 6X Population Boom


Motherhood is a beautiful calling but not every woman is gifted with it. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 7.3 million women between the ages of 15 and 44 sought out, and used infertility services between 2011 and 2015.

Sarah Justice shares these same struggles with infertility like so many other women in the United States. After trying to conceive for over 3 years, Sarah and her husband Andy made the decision to adopt a child.

Luck must be on their side! The couple was overjoyed by the news that the birth mother they have chosen is expecting triplets!

Sarah tells Babyology, “Having a number of children is a dream come true. When you wait for something you appreciate it that much more.” The triplets were born in May of 2015. The couple named them Joel, Hannah, and Elizabeth


But wait! There’s more! Just one week after the triplets’ birth, Sarah happily announced that she was pregnant. And what could be more surprising is that she’s having a set of twins!

Sarah tells Babyology, “We never lack playmates and work to promote love and care between the siblings. Our children will always have a friend and will never need to feel lonely.”

The Justice family went through 84 bottles and 300 diapers every 7 days. Just imagine all the fun and messes they go through every single day.

Blessings kept on coming in the Justice family. In August of 2015, Sarah and Andy were expecting another bundle of joy – Caleb, the couple’s sixth child

Sarah tells Babyology that the children were thrilled with their new sibling, explaining: “All of the kids absolutely adore their ‘Baby Caleb’. He has the best fan club ever and we cannot imagine life without the sweetest, most loved little guy in the world.”

From being a childless couple, they are now a family blessed with beautiful and loving children. Sarah and Andy tell Babyology: “They bring a great deal of joy to our lives and we enjoy watching them love life.”


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