Having twins is still relatively uncommon, despite a 72% increase in likelihood between 1980 and 2018. Twins are born at a rate of about 33 per 1,000 babies. And what are the odds of having identical twins? About three or four births out of 1,000 result in identical twins. So once more, not common.

Savannah Combs, age 23, was overjoyed to learn she was expecting twins. Then, she discovered yet another rarity—they both had Down syndrome. It goes without saying that the news was upsetting. Savannah and her husband Justin Ackerman were aware that some people would judge them and their children due to their condition.

However, Savannah finds great value in them because of this. They are her little gems, she told News4JAX, adding that what they have is very uncommon.

On February 6, 2022, Mckenli Kennadi Ackerman posted a photo dump.

Savannah, who is from Middleburg, Florida, shared her postpartum journey on TikTok with her daughters Kennadi Rue and Mckenli Ackerman, where they quickly gathered a following. Savannah claimed in one of her videos that she was instructed to abort her children because they wouldn’t survive.

She made the decision to keep them so she could give them a chance. Savannah said, “Every [prenatal] appointment they were alive was a blessing to me.

Her husband was away at boot camp when she found out they both had Down syndrome. When Savannah was admitted to the hospital, she was 29 weeks along with her unborn daughters. On May 12, 2021, Kennadi Rue and Mckenli Ackerman, identical twin girls, were born.

The twins had to stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) for a number of weeks before being allowed to go home because they were born two months early.

Down With The Ackerman Twins is the original sound by @savannahcombs1.

She explained, “They’re called mono di twins, which means that they had their own sacs but shared the same placenta, meaning that they were going to be identical. As it stands, having twins is extremely uncommon. And then you add Down syndrome on top of it; the odds are something like 1 in 2 million. ”.

We all defeated Covid and are now joyful again. —Mckenli Kennadi Ackerman on January 26, 2022.

Savannah claimed that despite their unusual condition, they are just like any other child.

“They are emotional.
Their heart is beating. They are able to communicate. They are capable of performing tasks that you can. They’ll make it, she assured. Like I said, they might be a step behind, but they’re going to do it. These kids are, as far as I can tell, both happy and feisty little things. ”.

Savannah posts adorable updates on TikTok as each child continues to reach their milestones. I’m going to tell them that they can get there if they put their minds to it and that they’re just like us. ”.

Nevertheless, some people feel compelled to criticize Savannah and her family. The young mother was forced to respond to some extremely insensitive users on social media as a result.

Posted on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, by Mckenli Kennadi Ackerman, under “First Months of Life.”.

One person sent the mother a letter saying, “I wouldn’t want those babies; if mine came out like that, they would be straight up for adoption.”. But Savannah had the ideal response, which she posted on Facebook. Good thing they were born to me and not to you, I said. God knew what he was doing when he placed these infants with loving parents who would care for them no matter what. ”.

Savannah Combs added one more on February 14, 2022.

Beautiful women. Anyone who asserts the opposite is simply being rude. Please share this touching story on Facebook because these people are the most endearing and loving people you will ever meet.