In Thursday’s paper, I wrote about the Dobrinski quadruplets for our weekly Friday Night Lights feature. You can read it here.
Quadruplets are obviously rare and sometimes difficult to track, but the story has brought to our attention even more sets of quadruplets across the state.
I received an email from Kelly Van Meter in Edmond pointing out that she has quadruplets nearing graduation in college. I also received an email from someone pointing out the Tinnin quadruplets in the metro area nearing high school graduation, but do not play sports. There’s also quadruplets near Thomas, which we knew about.
Van Meter also said in her email that when her kids were born in 1991, there was four sets of quadruplets in the state.
Maybe the Dobrinskis were on to something when they acted like being a quadruplet was really no big deal during my visit to Okeene.
If you know of other quadruplets, feel free to email me at email@example.com. I would love to hear their story.
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