Christian Kaczur Hart and Diana Rose Angelina, conceived through in vitro fertilization, were born April 20 at UAB Hospital in Birmingham four weeks premature. Swain and her husband, Jay, brought the babies home to Fort Payne on Friday.
The couple, whose youngest child, Jimmy, is 6, said they did not want Jimmy to grow up as an only child.
“There are lots of options out there for older women like me,” Rosee Swain said. “And women shouldn’t give up hope without exploring all their options.”
In addition to the twins and Jimmy, the Swains have two grown children; two other children are deceased. They have six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
From the article, it sounds like the twins were born into a good family. I hope all goes well for them. I personally can’t imagine having to deal with teenagers at the age of 75, but you never know what you can do until you try, I suppose.