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Mom is left with $500 worth of pink clothes after FIVE gender scan mix-ups

A mother of triplet boys who was first left with a value of £500 worth of girls’ clothing after five gender scan mix-ups.

Gina Dewdney, 34, was delighted when she revealed five times that two of her triplets were girls.

The dental therapist spent more than £500 on pink clothes and accessories only to find out after 24 scans that she is pregnant with identical boys.

Gina and her husband Craig, 34, who lives in Frodsham, Cheshire, decided to keep the clothes in case there was another confusion and their boys were in fact girls at birth.

But in April of this year, Gina gave birth to her miraculous one in 200 million chance identical triplets named Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson.

Gina Dewdney, 34, who lives in Frodsham, Cheshire, is left with £500 worth of girls' clothing after five gender scan changes.  Pictured, with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina Dewdney, 34, who lives in Frodsham, Cheshire, is left with £500 worth of girls’ clothing after five gender scan changes. Pictured, with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

The first-time mom was delighted when she told five times that two of her triplets were girls and spent over £500 on pink clothes and accessories.  However, she later found out in the 24 scans that she was pregnant with identical boys.  Pictured, Gina with husband Craig, 34, and triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

The first-time mom was delighted when she told five times that two of her triplets were girls and spent over £500 on pink clothes and accessories.  However, she later found out in the 24 scans that she was pregnant with identical boys.  Pictured, Gina with husband Craig, 34, and triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

The first-time mom was delighted when she told five times that two of her triplets were girls and spent over £500 on pink clothes and accessories. However, she later found out in the 24 scans that she was pregnant with identical boys. Pictured, Gina with husband Craig, 34, and triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina with her pregnancy bump

Gina with her pregnancy bump

Gina with her scan photos

Gina with her scan photos

Gina said she felt like she was pregnant with twins at first because she “felt awful.” Pictured left, pregnancy bump and right, pregnancy scans

“I felt like I was pregnant with twins at first because I felt awful,” she explained.

‘I had migraines and experienced blind spots in vision along with insomnia during pregnancy.

“So when we saw two heads on our scan after 13 weeks, I wasn’t surprised, but I was in total shock when there was a third.

“I had scans every week because triplets are a high-risk pregnancy. At 16 weeks we were told they are identical twin girls and a boy.

In April of this year, Gina gave birth to her miraculous one in 200 million chance identical triplets named Jaxson, Jenson and Jimmy.

In April of this year, Gina gave birth to her miraculous one in 200 million chance identical triplets named Jaxson, Jenson and Jimmy.

In April of this year, Gina gave birth to her miraculous one in 200 million chance identical triplets named Jaxson, Jenson and Jimmy.

Gina with husband Craig and their triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina with husband Craig and their triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina with husband Craig and their triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina and Craig decided to keep the clothes in case there was another confusion and their boys were actually girls at birth.  Pictured, triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina and Craig decided to keep the clothes in case there was another confusion and their boys were actually girls at birth.  Pictured, triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina and Craig decided to keep the clothes in case there was another confusion and their boys were actually girls at birth. Pictured, triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

“I was excited to have the best of both worlds.

‘I bought bags of girls’ clothes and accessories such as girl’s bibs and pacifiers.

“We even started looking for girls’ names.”

Gina admits she was “stunned” when the 24-week scan revealed her girls were boys because she bonded with “the girls.”

She was also afraid of another confusion, so she decided to keep £500 worth of pink products.

But after 31 weeks and three days, Gina went into labor and welcomed her identical triplets into the world.

She said: ‘I totally understand why the sonographer got the gender wrong for weeks as the babies would never sit still.

The triplets spent 42 days in the NICU before going home with their parents, who had thankfully enlarged their home from a condo to a five-bed residence before the pregnancy.  Pictured, Jenson is graduating from NICU

The triplets spent 42 days in the NICU before going home with their parents, who had thankfully enlarged their home from a condo to a five-bed residence before the pregnancy.  Pictured, Jenson is graduating from NICU

The triplets spent 42 days in the NICU before going home with their parents, who had thankfully enlarged their home from a condo to a five-bed residence before the pregnancy. Pictured, Jenson is graduating from NICU

Jimmy graduates from NICU

Jimmy graduates from NICU

Jaxson graduates from NICU

Jaxson graduates from NICU

Pictured from left to right: Jimmy and Jaxson both graduate from NICU

Gina said when she saw two heads on the baby scan at 13 weeks, she wasn't surprised, but was in total shock when there was a third.  Pictured, with Craig and triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina said when she saw two heads on the baby scan at 13 weeks, she wasn't surprised, but was in total shock when there was a third.  Pictured, with Craig and triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina said when she saw two heads on the baby scan at 13 weeks, she wasn’t surprised, but was in total shock when there was a third. Pictured, with Craig and triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

After 16 weeks, Gina and Craig were told that the triplets were identical twin girls and a boy.  Pictured, with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

After 16 weeks, Gina and Craig were told that the triplets were identical twin girls and a boy.  Pictured, with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

After 16 weeks, Gina and Craig were told that the triplets were identical twin girls and a boy. Pictured, with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

“There would always be a leg or an arm in the way, so it wasn’t easy for them to see each baby from all angles.

“Even Craig, who’s a dentist, and I thought they looked like girls too, so I decided to keep all the clothes—just in case.

“The babies were born at the exact same time, which is very unusual for triplets.”

The babies were born in one minute and 52 seconds – Jaxon weighed 2lbs, Jensen 2lbs 7oz and Jimmy 3lbs.

They spent 42 days in the NICU before going home with their parents, who had thankfully expanded their home from a condo to a five-bed residence before the pregnancy.

They also had to buy a bigger car to house their bundles of joy.

Gina said the scans always had a leg or an arm in the way, so it wasn't easy for them to see each baby from all angles.  Pictured, Gina with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina said the scans always had a leg or an arm in the way, so it wasn't easy for them to see each baby from all angles.  Pictured, Gina with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina said the scans always had a leg or an arm in the way, so it wasn’t easy for them to see each baby from all angles. Pictured, Gina with triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

The babies were born in one minute and 52 seconds - Jaxon weighed 2lbs, Jensen 2lbs 7oz and Jimmy 3lbs.  Pictured, Gina with two of the triplets

The babies were born in one minute and 52 seconds - Jaxon weighed 2lbs, Jensen 2lbs 7oz and Jimmy 3lbs.  Pictured, Gina with two of the triplets

The babies were born in one minute and 52 seconds – Jaxon weighed 2lbs, Jensen 2lbs 7oz and Jimmy 3lbs. Pictured, Gina with two of the triplets

Gina added: ‘We are extremely grateful to the staff who looked after our babies in the hospital, because if they weren’t there they wouldn’t be here today.

“We couldn’t thank them enough when we were finally able to take them home.

“Now they are 26 weeks old and I couldn’t imagine having girls now – it’s so special to have identical boys.

“I find it amazing that they already have wildly different personalities.

“Jimmy is the joker, Jenson is dramatic, and one Jaxson is absolutely crazy and just sits and stares at the other two.

Gina finds it “amazing” that the triplets “already have wildly different personalities.” Pictured, with husband Craig and triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina explained that Jimmy is the prankster, Jenson is dramatic and one Jaxson is totally crazy and just sitting there watching the other two.  Pictured, triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina explained that Jimmy is the prankster, Jenson is dramatic and one Jaxson is totally crazy and just sitting there watching the other two.  Pictured, triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

Gina explained that Jimmy is the prankster, Jenson is dramatic and one Jaxson is totally crazy and just sitting there watching the other two. Pictured, triplets Jimmy, Jenson and Jaxson

“Craig and I can’t imagine life without them now.

“Our house is chaotic and there is always something to do – we get through 30 diapers a day and about 24 bottles.

“They go through a bottle of formula every 48 hours and our downstairs toilet is now a storage area for all their stuff.

“They tag a team that is awake so I have very little sleep, but I wouldn’t want it any other way.”

Despite having her hands full, Gina keeps the girl’s dress because she wouldn’t “rule out” trying on a girl in the future.

She said, “Some people may think I’m crazy for considering another baby with triplets.

“But I don’t rule out trying for a girl in the future!”

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