DENVER - It's true, the Robinson triplets are finally home.
After 16 weeks of being in the neonatal intensive care unit at University of Colorado Hospital, doctors gave mother Teryn Robinson the green light to take home the dynamic threesome.
The three girls who were born in November 2013 still have feeding tubes, but doctors say they are in full recovery and will soon be able to eat on their own.
The girls are all sharing a nursery, which their grandparents decorated for them. Tuesday, during their nap, they all rolled over to face the sunshine.
The triplets have been labeled a miracle by many, considering they are identical and the pregnancy was not aided by any fertility treatments.
We wish these three girls a happy recovery.
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