She's calling it "the most miraculous story in the world.
Misty Baker's been waiting for nearly eleven years to be a mother.
Madison and Victoria were born to a surrogate six days ago in Indiana. When Misty couldn't get pregnant, she and her husband Brian turned to In vitro fertilization. They created the embryos carried by their friend Amber. She delivered this amazing gift, then a few days ago, said goodbye.
"Love your little babies." Amber says "I kissed 'em and I said now it's your turn to take this journey with your parents. You've taken it with me up to this point. I did my job."
Misty couldn't travel to pick the girls up - because when amber got pregnant with twins, she did too. In vitro worked for both of them.
Now home, the baker family consists of Connor, the oldest and his twin sister Hope, complete with sisters Madison and Victoria.
Two sets of twins, born 2,000 miles and 35 hours apart.
Brian and Misty know there are long days and even longer nights ahead. But they have a gift they feared they'd never receive, a family.
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