By Allie Caren
Many people know at least one set of twins, whether identical or fraternal, whether they be boys, girls, or one of each.
This New Zealand family knows a lot about twins: they have four sets of them.
Yes, you read that right: four sets of twins, all under the age of 7.
“Met her in November, got engaged in February, and then twins, and then twins, and then twins, and then twins,” said father Loma Uhila.
The chances of a family repeatedly having twins in this pattern are roughly one in 24 million.
“Controlled chaos” is how busy mother Emma Uhila describes it.