According to the Daily Mail of September 7, Alice Brett, 39, and David Brett, 44, live in a five-bedroom apartment in Dinwall, Rosshire, Scotland. Since they gave birth to their eldest son Campbell in 2001, the boy luck has been out of control, and they will have 10 sons in the summer of 2017.
From the oldest to the oldest, they are Campbell, 15-year-old Harrison, Corey, 13-year-old Lackland, 11-year-old Bloody, 9-year-old Brain, 6-year-old Hunt, 5-year-old Mark, 3-year-old Blake and 2-year-old Rosgard.
Husband David is a train driver, while wife Alice is home with her baby. She said her sons are now only one short of forming a family football team, but they are exhausted. Ten boys need to eat a lot of food and take good care of their mothers. So she gets up at 5:30 a.m. every day. She is as busy as a clockwork clock for a whole day. When she goes to bed, she feels sore all over and everyone is scattered.
Nevertheless, the couples heart still longs for a daughter to add a pearl to this mans world. Last Christmas, Alice was pregnant again, and the couple were nervous and stole to a private clinic to identify the babys sex. Curiosity makes me nervous, the mother said. When the diagnosis was sent home, Harrison, the second son, helped her open the letter and read out the girl conclusion. That sounds silly, because its a 50:50 chance, but were still surprised.
In early August, Qianjin Baby finally came to the world full-term, named Cameron. The baby girl was breastfed every two hours, temporarily messing up the Brett familys daily life, but it seemed that every member of the family was overjoyed.
The couple said they finally had a long-awaited daughter and would not expand their family size in the future. In order to increase her income, Alice will return to her part-time job as a fitness coach in a few weeks.
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