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Carly and Griffin Miller can't imagine life without these adorable little girls, Coco and Scout. Not long after having a son, Carly became pregnant with twins. They were thrilled and started thinking about all the wonderful things they could do as a family of five. However, during a routine ultrasound, they learned that Coco and Scout were sharing a placenta and there was a possibility they had a serious condition called Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS).
They began working with the Fetal Health Foundation, who then recommended them to the Colorado Fetal Care Center. They made an appointment and were amazed at how they were treated like family by our physicians. With a plan in place, their hope returned. Hear from the family as they share their continued journey through this emotional time to their wonderful ending.
"It just felt so right, right from the beginning. It just felt like they were here for us, to take care of us, before anything else. ... We put our faith and our trust into these people's hands .. we couldn't have picked a better fit."
– Griffin Miller, Father of Coco and Scout