Triplets

March 21, 2011

Monozygotic triplets can happen when a single zygote splits into three embryos, each carrying the same genetic material.  It occurs naturally, within nature, at a rate of 1/892 or approximately at a rate of 0.013%.  Certain factors appear to increase the likelihood of multiples, such as age, use of fertility drugs, and association into and within a West Coast Media composite of photographically-inclined creativs.

That’s right.  In gearing up for this year’s season, we’ve adopted triplets.

fast asleep, fresh home from the nursery

Unfortunately, we’ll have to split the trips, with Cindi and I keeping 2, and the third moving down to LA where a loving home awaits.  However, we will be forever bonded through holiday greeting cards, birthday parties, and sequential serial numbers.

dispersed up and down the left coast to better serve you. we've got your photography needs covered

Our inaugural with these bad boys is set to be with Stephanie this weekend, but the forecast calls for rain… let’s hope for surprise sun.

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2 Responses to “Triplets”

  1. ami said

    At the risk of sounding completely insane, I LOVE ITTTTTT I LOVE ITTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!! I. LOVE. IIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111ONEONEONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AUGHHGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHGHGHGHHGH!!!

    Ahem.

    Let’s just say I’m excited.

    • jocson said

      Funny you say that, because I totally omitted a portion of the original post that read a little like:

      Certain factors appear to increase the likelihood of multiples, such as age, use of fertility drugs, and association into and within a West Coast Media composite of photographically-inclined-sanity-deprived creativs

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