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Two sets of identical twins born to Brunswick couple

Griffin and Bentley, Kenneth and Colton (Source: Family) Griffin and Bentley, Kenneth and Colton (Source: Family)
Kenny Carr and Lindsay Lowrie (Source: Family) Kenny Carr and Lindsay Lowrie (Source: Family)

Being a first-time mom can be overwhelming in itself, so imagine if you found out you're carrying four babies.

A Brunswick couple found out just that, they are the happy parents of two sets of identical twins.

Lindsay Lowrie, 20, is still trying to get over the fact that she's a new mom, let alone the mother of two sets of identical twin boys.

"I just kind of had a mental breakdown, I was crying," said Lowrie.

Griffin and Bentley and their identical twin brothers Kenneth and Colton were all born weighing less than 2 lbs. on April 18th at Fairview Hospital.

All of the babies were a natural conception and the chances of having two sets of identical twins is 1 in 70-million.

Proud papa Kenny Carr says he's excited, growing up he even said he wanted to have four boys one day, he just didn't imagine having them all at once.

"Just holding them, feeding them, changing them. It's just the best feeling in the world," says Carr.

"It's just an amazing feeling to know that they're all ok, added Lowrie.

Kenny, 21, proposed to Lindsay on Mother's Day, the couple says they'll set a wedding date later down the road. Until then they just want to bring their boys home, happy and healthy.

We're all set and ready for them, dirty diapers and all," laughs Carr.

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