This may be an interesting entry in some future genealogist's family database: A 57-year-old great-grandmother who gave birth to a set of twins last month.
Christian Kaczur Hart and Diana Rose Angelina, conceived through in vitro fertilization, were born April 20 at UAB Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, four weeks premature. Rosee Swain and her husband, Jay, brought the babies home to Fort Payne on Friday.
The couple, whose youngest child, Jimmy, is 6, said they did not want Jimmy to grow up as an only child.
"There are lots of options out there for older women like me," Rosee Swain said. "And women shouldn't give up hope without exploring all their options."
The couple also has two grown children, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. But there will be no more new babies after this. "Our kids have family names, and we're out of family names, so this will be it," said the new mother.