Mum picks cute rhyming names for triplets and ‘couldn’t be happier’ after birth

A mum “couldn’t be happier” after giving birth to the triplets she conceived naturally.

Chloe Burton, from Tamworth, Staffs., welcomed the three babies at Heartlands hospital.

The newborns’ weights varied from 4 pounds 2 ounces to 4 pounds 10 ounces – and each is “very healthy”.

Chloe told Birmingham Live : "I could not be any happier and have never felt so much love in all my life. I am now complete.

"I feel so very lucky. They are gorgeous. We literally just fell in love with them straight away. Their dad absolutely loves them to bits, he has always wanted a little girl.

"They are all doing great at the moment, they are a week old tomorrow (Saturday). They are very happy and very healthy.”

The babies have been given adorable rhyming names – Sienna-Mae, Stormi-Rae and Wynter-Faye.

They are hopefully all set to go home to see dad Ross, aged 24, and 2-year-old brother Aston-John on Sunday.

Chloe has already taken to motherhood and is doing well juggling three newborns at once.

She said: "I have got them into a routine where two of them wake up at roughly the same time and have their feed and like half an hour later the other one wakes up and I feed her after.

"Sienna is the lazy one. She loves her sleep! Even through her feeds, she lets the other two have all the attention.”

Chloe can’t wait to get home and introduce the little ones to their family.

She said: “It was very hard doing it on my own afterwards due to Covid. I was very happy that Ross was allowed to come and was allowed to stay for an hour afterwards.

"That was really nice but having no partner or visitors is hard. I want to show the family and they haven't been able to see them yet but we have been FaceTiming.

"I can't wait for them to meet AJ and the rest of the family. He does understand but he doesn't. He knows that I was pregnant obviously and was having a baby but I don't think he understands that I have got three! He soon will when we come home! I am hoping they will all get on really well.

"I never really got sleepless nights with my little man so I don't really know what it is like.

"I think I might be about to find out! I am very excited though and really looking forward to it."

Dad Ross says he has the "perfect family".

He added: "I can’t believe it. I am still still in massive shock. Chloe did amazing.

"All are healthy and well. Little Wynter-Faye needed oxygen but she’s a fighter and they’re saying she is going to be absolutely perfect. I love them all more than life itself.

"I can’t wait until they are all home. Aston-John is going to be the best big brother ever."

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