Quints Delivered at Shands First Time in 10 years
GAINESVILLE - Officials at Shands say its their first set of quintuplets in ten years and now the babies are ready to go home.
They say before they knew they were having five children parents, Stacy and Kelly Dyal of Brooker, said Stacy wanted to have a big family.
The couple was trying to have baby, they were no medical problems but the couple wanted a baby badly.
Stacy Dyal was injected with a hormone which eventually gave her a family.
The Dyals found out they were having kids shortly after Memorial Day last year. The quints are named, Kyndall, Kameryn, Kayleigh, Kyleigh, and the only boy Kaleb.
They're named after their father, Kelly, who's name also begins with K.
The quints were delivered through a cessarian section on November 15th.
Stacy says her pregnancy was smooth, no morning sickness.
"He almost passed out, it took my breath my away and me I started laughing so hard I didn't know if I was laughing or crying," Stacy Dyal said.
"When Stacy was pregnant she always said she wanted to have a house full of kids," Kelly Dyal said.
The quints were due in January but were delivered through cessarian section section.
The babies spent two monts in neonatal intensive care.
United Way of North Central Florida has set up a fund help the Dyal family purchase items such as diapers and baby formula for their quintuplets. To make a monetary gift over the phone call 352-331-2800. Visit www.unitedwayncfl.org to donate online. Include a not that the gift is for the Dyal Family Fund.
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