Life has changed for the Wrightsons since the birth of their quadruplets last year. Three girls and a boy — Madison, Jolei, Savana and Koleman — were born Oct. 1. 'We wanted kids for so long,' says Gwen. 'It was about eight years until we got pregnant — and to have four!' With in vitro fertilization, Gwen, 31, and Kris Wrightson, 35, both of Bonita Springs, knew their chances of having a multiple birth were much greater than had they conceived naturally. 'You think it's kind of cute and then when the doctor told us four, we were kind of shell-shocked,' says Gwen.

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Life has changed for the Wrightsons since the birth of their quadruplets last year. Three girls and a boy — Madison, Jolei, Savana and Koleman — were born Oct. 1. "We wanted kids for so long," says Gwen. "It was about eight years until we got pregnant — and to have four!" With in vitro fertilization, Gwen, 31, and Kris Wrightson, 35, both of Bonita Springs, knew their chances of having a multiple birth were much greater than had they conceived naturally. "You think it's kind of cute and then when the doctor told us four, we were kind of shell-shocked," says Gwen.

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