Instead, at her eight-week appointment in April, Collier, 33, from Marietta, Georgia, learned she was pregnant with quadruplets.
“I don’t think I’ll ever fully get over the shock,” Collier, who’s also mom to 4-year-old Isla told Fox News.
Collier said she wasn’t on fertility treatments and she doesn’t have a history of multiples in her family, so when the ultrasound technician told her she was going to have four babies, it was quite a surprise.
According to Jackson Health System, the chances of naturally conceiving quadruplets is one in 700,000, while a majority of quadruplets are conceived with the help of medical technology.
Collier told Fox News that she and her husband Justin, 34, had planned to have only two kids, but that changed when she went to her doctor’s appointment.
At first, Collier said, the technician was quiet, so Collier asked if the baby was alright.