Carrie and Craig Kosinski were delighted and said “yes” when an old family friend contacted them and asked if they could care for her infant twins.

Initially, Carrie and Craig volunteered to take temporary care of the adorable girls.

After a few weeks and months, the girls became a permanent part of the family.

In their hearts, Carrie and Craig had always wanted children, but they had no clue where their journey would take them when they finally became parents.

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Adalynn and Kenna were born on February 28, 2014, at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Three months after their birth, the Kosinkis were granted formal guardianship of the twins, who were delivered by emergency C-section.

When Carrie and Craig had been parenting their adopted twins for a few years, they received a call from their original mother informing them that she had yet another upsetting circumstance to deal with.

There were many difficulties in her personal life, and she was fighting to overcome them. She spoke with the couple about the possibility of adopting her two younger children, the identical twins Cece and J.J., who are two years old.

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The younger twins belonged to the same family as Kenna and Adalynn.

In Union Grove, Wisconsin, Carrie and Craig weighed their options for a long time before making a final decision.

A series of miscarriages plagued the couple while they went through the adoption process with Adalynn and Kenna.

For a long time, they had no idea what was wrong and went to visit a doctor, who brought devastating news.

Carrie’s endometriosis was so bad that the doctor said she couldn’t conceive naturally. For this reason, they chose adoption in the first place since they couldn’t conceive children naturally.

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“It was a tough call. We had been attempting to have a child of our own. Carrie tells the Journal Times that keeping the siblings together was a major factor in her decision-making process.

On the other hand, Carrie and Craig put their personal reservations aside and informed the mother they would be pleased to adopt the younger twins if she was interested.

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When Cece and J.J. were added to the family only a few weeks later, Carrie began to feel odd and recognized she needed to see a doctor.

Carrie’s pregnancy was discovered by ultrasound in September of that year. Actually, there were two fetuses visible on the screen at the same time! She and Craig have had three sets of twins in the last five years!

Carrie Kosinski told Today that she and her family were “shocked, but ecstatic” at the news.

Despite their first shock, pregnancy was a blessing from God to Craig and Carrie. For the sake of their children, the parents vowed to do all they could to ensure their safety and well-being.

However, destiny was about to surprise the family with yet another visit, and their physicians couldn’t believe what they were seeing.

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As it turns out, Karraline and Clarissa were born on February 28, exactly one month apart, exactly one year apart from the other two sets of identical twins!

“We were stunned to our core. When we found out we were having three sets of twins, we were in disbelief. “What are we going to do with ourselves?” Carrie recalls thinking back.

For Carrie and Craig, it was evident that this was intended to happen since all of their children were born on the same day.

According to Carrie, “God certainly has a sense of humor.”

After 25 weeks of pregnancy, Carrie gave birth to Karraline and Clarissa via in vitro fertilization. They had to spend months in neonatal critical care because of their identical biological twins. Karraline and Clarissa, on the other hand, were robust and strong when they were permitted to return home.

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Having three sets of twins living in the same house is obviously expensive, but many individuals in the neighborhood have contributed financial support.

Kind people from throughout the nation donated money to the family via crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe and AdoptTogether.

Carrie explains that things get out of hand, “I have to be extremely organized and stick to a routine.”

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There is a feeling in Craig and Carrie’s hearts that they were chosen for a special purpose because all six of their children were born on the same day: Cece and J.J. were born on February 28, 2013; Adalynn, Kenna, and Karraline were born on February 28, 2014, and Karraline and Clarissa were born on February 28, 2016.

In the words of Carrie, “We think we were intended to adopt these children because God adopted us into His family. As a family, we’re in awe. All of our children have the same level of affection from us. In our current circumstances, we wouldn’t have it any other way.”

Carrie and Craig must be overjoyed to see their lovely children grow up, and it must be a delight to see them all.

“Each one is unique in its own way. Carrie told Today that “we are tugged in six different ways” because “everyone has their own personality, which is quite enjoyable.”

We’d like to express our gratitude to Craig and Carrie for their kind spirits. The fact that they’re raising four children like their own is an inspiration.

There is a sense of satisfaction for the couple, who were also given the opportunity to raise their own children.

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