Las Vegas family welcomes quintuplets
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A Las Vegas family just added five more children to their brood at once.
Mom Evonne Derrico carried the babies for 32 weeks and two days, a month longer than the national average for quintuplets.
The babies, two boys and three girls, were born Friday morning, all delivered between 11:17 and 11:21 to Evonne and husband Deon Derrico.
The Las Vegas locals relocated to Arizona at 22 weeks of pregnancy for care from Dr. John Elliott, a perinatologist and multiple birth specialist.
The couple kept the family tradition of baby names that start with the letter "D" and named their children Deniko, Dariz, Deonee, Daican and Daitan.
The couple also has four other children including a one-year-old set of twin boys.
The Derrico's said they have never tried fertility drugs and insist their multiple births are all natural.