Team of 60 volunteers will help Australian moms with five newborns

Brisbane couple Melissa Keevers (27) and Rosemary Nolan (22) welcomed 5 new lives into their family in January. They immediately contacted Australian Multiple Birth Volunteer Support Program consultant Lynne Dunoon for help. She’s searching for 50-60 volunteers to help with their daily parenting operation. Volunteers who pass police checks will chip in with tasks such as settling, feeding and washing baby clothes, between 8am and 10pm daily. Ms Keevers was artificially inseminated with sperm from an anonymous American donor. The quintuplets have an older sister, Lily, 18 months. The man, a 27-year-old law student, has waived all rights to access the children.

[via Herald Sun]

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