Mum, 29, welcomes ninth baby boy – and won’t stop having kids until she has girl

Mum, 29, welcomes ninth baby boy – and won’t stop having kids until she has girl

06/07/2022

A mum who stopped using contraception has revealed she's just given birth to her ninth boy.

Yalancia Rosario, 29, has just welcomed newborn Kairo into her huge family and he joins eight other brothers.

Another boy, Gimani, died during her first trimester.

Taking to Instagram, the mum, from Texas, US, documented her pregnancy as she shared an adorable snap of baby number 9.

She wrote: "We welcomed Kairo Eli Emory Rosario 6/4/2022 at 12pm at home.

"Wildest birth story ever considering I had no labour just 4 contractions."

Her newborn joins eight other boys, ranging from the ages 12 to just five months.

The mum previously revealed she was thrilled to welcome another child and the couple will continue until they have a girl.

She told Fabulous: "I'm feeling pretty good, we are going to have more.

"While dad is hoping for a girl I feel like I'm just destined to be a boymum.

"There's only one way I could try for a girl but I'm not sure if it's worth all the hassle so there might be more boys."

The mum, who is married to Michael, 36, said: "I've always wanted a big family of 10 because I grew up as the oldest of seven.

"I wanted to have my own big family to create memories with.

"A few of my boys were conceived while on contraceptives but we happily welcomed them and then a few were planned.

"I don't use contraceptives anymore. We live within our means and have a great budgeting system setup."

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The mum documents her family life on Instagram where the account has over 73,400 followers.

And despite most of her fans being quite nice, she does get the occasional troll who accuses her of being on benefits.

She said: "I've never been judged so much as on the internet we always get 'how many fathers do they have'.

"We also get 'something is physiologically wrong with you' but the positives always outweigh the negatives."

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