Three identical daughters, Avery, Bentley, and Cassidy, are welcomed home by Amanda and Chad Doss, who are living by the simple maxim “Calm down, they’re just triplets.” The pink Sharpie marker is one item that makes living with their uncommon naturally occurring identical triplets easier. Little distinctions between girls make it difficult for parents to distinguish between them. While it’s starting to diminish, Cassidy’s nose has a noticeable vein, and one of Bentley’s eyelids is red.
However, since babies change virtually daily, the Dosses will choose a marker after a bath. In case they wake up one morning and the scars are gone, Amanda says they save their initials in Sharpie under the soles of their feet. The Franklin, Indiana, couple, who also have Chad’s children from a previous marriage, Caleb, 12, and Kaitlyn, 9, are reportedly adjusting to a new life since the girls joined the family. In order to “just a bit” grow his family, he made the decision to have a vasectomy after he and Amanda were married in 2011. The three that appeared naturally was a pleasant surprise. The trio, who were born on December 30 nearly two months early, behaved well in the hospital and were discharged on January 29, still about a month before Amanda’s due date.
Although a little hectic, Amanda reported that she had a great experience. The Dosses expanded to become a family of seven, living in a three-bedroom house with a cot for each infant in the master bedroom. With the constant assistance of family members, the couple has established a pattern in which they divide parenting and domestic duties. Parents claim to be exhausted and busy, but they are proud of their daughters for being realistic about the daily grind. The majority of the time, it wasn’t as challenging as I had anticipated, according to Amanda. “In my head, I see complete anarchy. They are currently extremely simple to take care of at this infant period. having a motherly feeling. There are three kids who require my help. Friends told Chad they were amazed at how smoothly their lives seemed to be going, while the house was always filled with screams and chaos.
Amanda said she manages triplets by trying to stay to the routine and not allowing herself get stressed, even though only one baby can test a new parent’s patience. For Chad, it’s the mutual spirit of cooperation in which one steps in to lead when the other is too exhausted to do so. Chad affirms, “We are both really good at helping each other out.” “We want to make each other happy. The main thing that keeps us going is the love we share. The younger sisters are particularly beloved by both Caleb and Kaitlyn. “Our two oldest children love them very much and are always willing to help them,” Amanda added.