Home > Photo gallery > In this photo released by Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Margaret Baudinet poses with their first five newborns, who became the first set of quintuplets born at the St. Joseph's Nursery Intensive Care Unit's 121-year history in Phoenix, Ariz. Margaret Baudinet gave birth on Dec. 4 to four girls and one boy. The quintuplets, who remain in the intensive care unit, have been taken off ventilators and can now breathe on their own and are being bottle-fed.

In this photo released by Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Margaret Baudinet poses with their first five newborns, who became the first set of quintuplets born at the St. Joseph's Nursery Intensive Care Unit's 121-year history in Phoenix, Ariz. Margaret Baudinet gave birth on Dec. 4 to four girls and one boy. The quintuplets, who remain in the intensive care unit, have been taken off ventilators and can now breathe on their own and are being bottle-fed.

In this photo released by Dignity Health St. Josephs Hospital and Medical Center, Margaret Baudinet poses with their first five newborns, who became the first set of quintuplets born at the St. Josephs Nursery Intensive Care Units 121-year history in Phoenix, Ariz. Margaret Baudinet gave birth on Dec. 4 to four girls and one boy. The quintuplets, who remain in the intensive care unit, have been taken off ventilators and can now breathe on their own and are being bottle-fed.

In this photo released by Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Margaret Baudinet poses with their first five newborns, who became the first set of quintuplets born at the St. Joseph's Nursery Intensive Care Unit's 121-year history in Phoenix, Ariz. Margaret Baudinet gave birth on Dec. 4 to four girls and one boy. The quintuplets, who remain in the intensive care unit, have been taken off ventilators and can now breathe on their own and are being bottle-fed.

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