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SYDNEY, NSW - JUNE 07: A pregnant woman holds her stomach June 7, 2006 in Sydney, Australia. Australia is currently enjoying a baby boom, with the Australian Bureau of Statistics registering a 2.4% increase in births from 2004 to 2005, which represents the highest number of births since 1992. The Australian Federal Government has been encouraging people to have more babies, with financial incentives and the slogan by treasurer Peter Costello to "have one for mum, one for dad, and one for the country". The Federal Government has identified falling fertility rates and the ageing population as long-term problems for Australia's growth and prosperity. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

A set of triplets in California are having a pandemic baby boom of their own. The Tran triplets were born just four minutes apart and now the 35-year-old sisters are all pregnant at the same time and they’re expecting babies within the next four months. They’re having the time of their lives during their pregnancies, wearing matching outfits and sharing maternity clothes.

The youngest triplet, Victoria is first up, her due date is coming up in two-and-a-half weeks. She’s having a boy and will be naming him Zaden Seth. The middle triplet, Nina, was the next to find out she was pregnant and she’s also having a boy, Hendrix Paul, who’s due in August. Victoria says, “Once we found out Nina was pregnant, we encouraged Gina.”

And their encouragement worked, Gina also got pregnant and she’s having a girl, Leighton Grace, who’s due in November. These sisters are all under the care of the same OBGYN, Dr. Daniel Sternfeld, and all plan to give birth at the same hospital in Laguna Hills. He says after they all had appointments the same day, “It clicked with me that this is a wonderful story of these three sisters who are all pregnant and having babies at the same time.”