Experience Carlos Morales’s adorable quadruρlets his “4 reasons to live”

His wife Erica, who was IVF-pregnant with four children, gave birth on Jan. 15. “I still think back to that moment every day and it was wonderful,” manufacturing worker Carlos, 29, said. Rico did well, the babies were healthy. It was perfect.”

Erica, 36, experienced ��ʏᴘᴏᴠᴏʟᴇᴍɪᴄ sʜᴏᴄᴋ, an emerge𝚗cy due to severe ϙʟᴏᴏᴅ ʟᴏss, just hours after the safe delivery of four babies, three girls and one boy. On Jan. 16, she woke up at 1:50 am.

I couldn’t breathe. Phoenix resident Morales says he couldn’t speak when his life became a nightmare. “I didn’t know how to survive without her. But almost five months later, I know why I’m here. I don’t know how much these babies have blessed me. Carlos says they gave him four reasons to live.

Tracy, born first at 3lbs 4oz, is now the largest quad at 6lbs 4oz. Carlos says, “She is laid-back like me,” comparing her to her late mother, Erica, who loved sleep. I never have trouble with her. Her siblings could learn from her!” Tracy is usually happy, especially after eating. Erica called Tracy “poundcake” during pregnancy because she was the first to gain a pound.

Carlos Jr., born at 2lbs 15oz, has grown to 5lbs 13oz because he loves to eat (“It’s impressive,” Dad says). Carlos “like a burrito” wraps Carlos Jr. in their blankets with his siblings. A quieter quad, the little guy calms the others. “I have a feeling he’s going to be a protective brother,” Carlos says.

Erica, the smallest of the four at 2lbs 10oz, is like her mother: “she likes her sleep and she likes to relax,” Carlos says. Till morning, she screams her head off. Erica’s mother’s friends brought colored cotton balls to the hospital to distinguish her from Paisley, her twin (Carlos calls them “twinkies”). The late Erica’s cotton ball is green, her mother’s favorite color.

Paisley, like her twin, is tiny but healthy and alert: “her eyes are always open and she’s always looking around. “I wonder if she will always stay awake,” Dad says. She doesn’t love sleep as much as her “twinkie” Erica, but they both cry a lot. Paisley, who wears a yellow cotton ball on her ankle, often cries when she wakes up.

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