Three under one! Woman, 34, who was told she had ‘very low chance of falling pregnant’ becomes a mum-of-three within a year after welcoming twins two days after her daughter’s first birthday
A woman who was told she had a ‘very slim chance of conceiving naturally’ has revealed how she became a mum-of-three in just one year after welcoming identical twins two days after her daughter’s first birthday.
Emma Geairns, 34, from Poole, gave birth to twin boys, Noah and Arthur, just two days after daughter Harlow’s first birthday in February 2021.
The twins, now nine months old, and Harlow, 21 months old, come after Emma was told she was unlikely to get pregnant due to the way her cervix and uterus align.
Emma, who works in property development, and her husband, Jamie, 32, tried for a year before getting pregnant with Harlow – and were shocked when they fell pregnant again as their little girl Theirs is only a few months old.
Emma was 25 years old when doctors told her she had a very low chance of conceiving naturally.
However, twin pregnancies are not all smooth sailing.
Emma says that Jamie didn’t believe her when she first told him.
Emma and Jamie are not currently planning to have more children.
She said: ‘It’s really manic having three kids under two.
‘It’s amazing, but it’s hard work.
‘We’re very blessed to have three healthy children, and I feel so lucky and grateful.’