by Hans Johnson

Jay and Kateri Schwandt of Michigan joked when they learned they were having another baby after 12 boys that they would be just fine if it wasn’t a girl, because that would be uncharted territory in their experience. But what would be the odds? Well, it was an estimated .02% chance to have 12 boys in a row. It just dropped even lower when their thirteenth was born a few days after Mother’s Day.

The Schwandts appeared with their sons, aged 22 down to newborn Francisco, on Fox & Friends:

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