Her delivery was described as a miracle, but then doctors discovered a complication the parents hadn't anticipated. 


For Raul and Silvia Torres, May 16th was an emotional day. At 34 weeks, Silvia gave birth to identical triplets named Catalina, Ximena, and Scarlett. Triplets are rare enough as it is, but Ximena and Scarlett were born joined at the pelvis. Prior to labor, Silvia spent two months in the hospital in preparation for her unique babies' arrival, often unable to move. According to ABC News, Silvia is still recovering from her c-section. As for Ximena and Scarlett, doctors were able to separate their bladders, and expect to be able to fully separate them in six months to a year. Our best wishes go out to this remarkable family. Let us know what you think of this story in the comments section.