GAINESVILLE, Ga. – A new mom and doctors at a Georgia hospital made history with the arrival of the hospital’s first-ever set of quadruplets.

Julie Davidson and dad Justin welcomed four daughters Saturday at the Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville.

McKenna weighed 3 pounds, Teagan weighed 3 pounds 2 ounces, Callie weighed 2 pounds 6 ounces and Sawyer weighed 2 pounds 10 ounces. The babies and mom are doing well.

According to a post on the couple’s GoFundMe page, Julie was at first shocked to learn they were expecting quadruplets. Before she knew she was expecting quadruplets, Julie went to the emergency room for back pain.

“We knew we were having a baby but had no idea that we were having quadruplets until I had went to the ER for bad back pain and had an ultrasound,” Julie wrote. “Then when the guy said there are four, I freaked out!”

Justin was excited from the moment he found out.

“Justin had went to get me apple juice while we waited on the doctor and I called him crying telling him he needed to come back now,” wrote Julie. “From the moment I told him he’s had the biggest smile and has been positive and my rock and I’m so thankful for him!”

The couple has a 4-year-old son named Bentley. They are asking for help to support their now family of seven. If you would like to donate, click here.

Mom goes to hospital for back pain, learns she’s pregnant with quadruplets

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