The Coseno family made headlines and history when 56-year-old Jaci offered to be a surrogate for her daughter, Kim's, babies. Due to complications, the babies were delivered early via an emergency C-section and a team of 24 doctors worked frantica...
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Host: We were the first to bring you the story of Jackie the 56-year old grand mother who is pregnant with triplets. Her daughter Kim could no longer have children and so Jackie decided to carry them for her. Well, today we're bringing you a exclusive footage from the birth that has made headlines around the world. Joe Coseno: We got ready for the procedure around 5:30 and then they brought us in about 5 minutes before they were ready to deliver the baby. Each baby had a large team of medical doctors, nurses and respiratory therapist. There is approximately 24 people to take care of the three babies and Jackie. Kim: Elizabeth was the first baby to come out. She was screaming at the top of her lungs and it was awesome. It was the best feeling in the whole world and then Carmina came out, and she looked terrible. She didn't have good color and she wasn't crying and she was tiny. Joe Coseno: Carmina had a dangerously low heart rate. Kim: I was more scared than I ever have been my whole life. Joe Coseno: She was basically; the prime concern was why we are delivering so early. We only got to see her for a quick second, just basically held her up, showed her to of us and they were whisking the babies off to another room, to where they could work on effectively. Kim: Gabriella was next; she looked better than Carmina, but not as good as Elizabeth. Jackie: Do they look tiny. Nurse: They look tiny, yes. Joe Coseno: We were both petrified that something was wrong with one of the babies because they just wouldn't let us get over there and it seemed like forever. Kim: We're just sitting there scared, nervous, didn't know what to expect. It was not good feeling, it was horrible. They took the babies right away into the other room and about a half hour later, we got to go in for the first time in the room and take a quick feel at each baby and touch their hand. It was the first time that I actually got to feel them for myself and touch them and it made it so real. So beautiful, it was so incredible.

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