Bode Miller Delivered His Twins at Home

Identical boys are here, more than a year after Millers lost daughter Emmy
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 12, 2019 3:33 PM CST

Nearly a year and a half after losing their toddler daughter in a drowning accident, Bode and Morgan Miller have welcomed identical twin boys. "November 8th," Morgan posted on Instagram alongside a picture of the newborns. "A day that couldn’t have been scripted and aligned more perfectly to bring these two into the world. Birth story is mind blowing and can’t wait to share. Insanely overwhelmed and grateful for all these gifts my baby girl keeps sending."

Added Bode in his own post, "There are no words for moments like this. 30 minutes of labor to bring us one of the greatest gifts and experiences we’ve ever received. Welcome to the world my speed racer boys." The couple also made an announcement on Today Tuesday morning, in which Bode explained that the babies came so fast, he and his mom ended up performing "an unassisted home delivery of twins" before their midwives arrived. Emmy, 19 months, died in June 2018 and the couple welcomed son Easton in October of that year. They also share 4-year-old son Nash, and Bode has an 11-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son from a previous marriage. (Read more Bode Miller stories.)

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