Yarrawonga triplets Luke, Paul and Aaron Mills have reached another milestone, they are now in double figures having turned ten last week.FIONA BLICK February 4, 2014 3:49pm
Born in the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne on January 28, 2004 the boys were certainly a huge surprise for their parents.
Mum Sharon said she found out she was pregnant firstly when she went to have a tubal ligation, after already having three children.
“So that was our first shock,” she said.
“Then at the eight week scan I was told I was having triplets.
“When I rang my husband who was away driving trucks, he had to pull over and sit on the side of the road for quite some time.
“We just couldn’t believe it.”
Two of the boys are identical ‘mirror twins’ and the other is just like an ordinary brother with all three boys being a 1 in 8,100 miracle of natural conception.
“I still get the identical ones confused,” Sharon said.
The boys received a scenic plane flight with Jarden Aviation as a special gift for their birthday.
“It was something different for them,” Sharon said.
“They took off at the same time they were born and the pilot thought they were fascinating.
“It was great because it was the first time the boys couldn’t guess what they were getting for their birthdays.”
Mulwala has come from behind to knock Deniliquin out in week one of the Murray Netball League finals.
Although still not at their best, Mulwala have finished on top of the Murray League ladder after a comfortable victory over Cobram.
The International Guide Jamboree will take place at Lake Somerset, South East Queensland from September 25 to October 3, for Guides aged 10-17 years, and will be hosted by Girl Guides Australia.
AFTER the success of the inaugural Community Awareness and Choices Expo on Friday, the event has been confirmed for next year.
ROCHESTER has welcomed its new Uniting Church minister.
Kyabram under pressure to maintain vital top three spot
The Seymour sub-branch of the RSL needs information on local soldiers during World War I.
Berrigan public decides drainage works location
EARTHCOTE Events boss Spiro Boursinos has slammed allegations his annual Pyalong festival is anything but a safe and well organised function.
Handymen and creative builders will now have a safer space to work in after a donation allowed the Cobram Men’s Shed to invest in a defibrillator.
Cancer claims one of its fiercest combatants.
School's in for farming students
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