Marr went to her first OB appointment just over 10 weeks into her pregnancy. Murray applied the gel to Marr, who was still a young child, while her husband was seated next to her.
“When Dr. Murray began performing the sonogram, he suddenly gave us a funny look and turned the screen away from us,” Jenny Marr stated. The heartbeats had me thinking that something was wrong right away. I assured him that it was fine and that he could inform me of any issues.
Murray responded, “Oh no, there is definitely a heartbeat. “There are actually three children.”
Murray flipped the camera over to the couple. According to Jenny Marr, Chris Marr passed out at that point and had a ghostly white face.
After about six minutes of shock and silence, both expecting parents began to cry.
Although it sounds awful, I’m not sure if it was a tear of joy. Chris Marr stated, “We were completely shocked and frankly horrified.”
Jenny Marr stated, “The news was a complete shock the fact that we had no medical procedures and none of our family had multiples.”
However, they were also taken aback.
Marrs went to see Brian Rinehart, a high-risk pregnancy specialist at Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas who specializes in maternal-fetal medicine. A week later, after the Marrs had some time to process the new reality of having three babies instead of one, they went to see him.
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