A father-of-seven has lifted the lid on his ingenious life hacks following the birth of his quintuplets.
Chad Kempel, 37, from San Mateo, has spent the past year putting his creative nature to good use – including baby-proofing the entire house, creating his own custom furniture, and inventing his own ways to ensure all five babies can be fed at once,
The management analyst and his wife Amy, conceived the quintuplets after suffering four miscarriages, losing their twins who were born prematurely at 22 weeks and undergoing approximately 20 rounds of fertility treatment (IUI).
The quintuplets, Lincoln, Noelle, Grayson, Preston, and Gabriella, are now 18 months old and have two older siblings, Savannah, four and Avery, three.
‘When the doctor said he could hear four heartbeats and then a fifth, we couldn’t really believe it,’ explained Chad, who has just set the world record for fastest marathon ran whilst pushing a five-baby-stroller.’
‘When we found out there would be five, we didn’t know how we would cope, but after losing twins in 2013, we knew we had to go for it.’
As many parents struggle to juggle even one child with their daily tasks, Chad and Amy decided to start filming their life hacks to share with other parents online.
‘One of the first things we had to do was create a big playroom, somewhere where we knew they could all be at the same time without any dangers,’ he explained. ‘We had to take anything sharp and valuable out for good.
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