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US Record 12 sets of newborns twins born in Missouri

03:05  30 november  2019
03:05  30 november  2019 Source:   cbsnews.com

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A hospital in Kansas City spent the holiday weekend caring for 12 sets of newborns twins — all born premature and all doing well. Fraternal twins Callie and Camden Riley are nestled in their mother Whitney's arms.

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"He's still on oxygen and he's still on feeding tubes right now, but she's kind of progressing more than him," Whitney said. 

They are one of 12 sets of twins in neonatal intensive care at St. Luke's in Kansas City, Missouri — the hospital believes it is the most it has ever had.

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a small child sitting on a bed: Whitney and her newborn twins,  Callie and Camden Riley © Provided by CBS News Whitney and her newborn twins,  Callie and Camden Riley

"It's super stressful having babies in the NICU," said Helen Ransom.

Ransom, a photographer, captured the first images of the babies and their parents — for free. Something she does because she can relate. "I have identical triplet boys myself," Ransom said. "They spent 17, 18 and 20 days in the NICU." 

Ransom said the road ahead may be uncertain for the parents, but they should never forget their first time cradling their children.

"When you hold your babies together for the first time and have that how did this happen moment," Ransom said. 

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a woman looking at the camera: Photographer Helen Ransom.  © Provided by CBS News Photographer Helen Ransom.

She said her triplets now are "fantastic."

"It has been the greatest joy to watch them grow and become best friends with each other," Ransom said. 

St. Luke's is working to make sure all the twins can be home by their original due dates, which means some may be able to spend their first Christmas at home. 

a person holding a baby: Callie and Camden Riley and their parents. © Provided by CBS News Callie and Camden Riley and their parents.

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