I am a quintuplet. We are one of the first, fully surviving sets born in the US. Our medical bills in the first 2 years of life cost over $2.5 million, and several times after birth each of us almost died. AMA
"Hey Reddit! My soon to be brother-in-law encouraged me to do an AMA. I will do my best to answer your questions for the next several hours. My brother, sisters, and I were born in the late 80's and are one of the first surviving sets of quints in the US. We had several complications along the way, including being born over 2 months early.
Here is a picture of my soon to be brother-in-law and myself for verification: http://i.imgur.com/bXT0E.jpg
Here is a picture a local newspaper took of us for a follow-up story. They wanted us to "recreate one of our baby pictures." You can tell we all took it very seriously: http://i.imgur.com/NZWTJ.jpg "
Edit 1: We'll keep checking back on this for more questions. I think we've answered most of what is up for now. Really appreciate all the good questions guys. Keep 'em coming.
Edit 2: Uh oh...she found advice animals and r/aww.
Edit 3: Frontpage...wow. Thanks everyone. We're taking a break for a little bit. We'll check back again tonight.
Edit 4: After 6+ hours we're calling it a night. I'm still going to follow-up with her later this week for the elusive picture. OP will deliver! Anyways, thanks again Reddit.
My future sister-in-law is posting this up from my account since she isn't very familiar with reddit. I will have her directly answer your questions, and will only provide my comments for clarification. I will try to differentiate her comments from my own by putting her responses in quotations.