Is it possible to for a mother to have triplets, each having a different father?
YES, this is an actual possibility, not just some weird thing Liza made up.
It even has a name: Superfecundation.
This occurs when male sperm from three (or more) male contributors swim really hard and successfully penetrate three or more eggs in a short period of time. This happens often with cats and dogs. But it can also happen with humans. All you have to do is set up a situation in which a woman has sex with several different men within a four to five-day period in which she is ovulating.
Speaking for myself, most women have NO CLUE when they are ovulating, so this turns out to be hard to schedule, assuming that you actually WANT three babies from three different fathers in your womb at once. (Vote me out.)
Generally speaking, I’m pretty sure most women don’t want that…but I managed to create a good reason why this is a good thing to happen in Birth of Adam. Adam is an Artificial Intelligent being now possessing a robotic body that appears to be human. He’s in love with the woman who brought him to sentience. Yet, he knows someday she will die, so he needs her to bear him children to care for or he will lose his purpose in life.
It is important Adam has a purpose in life. Otherwise, he could get into serious trouble.
Fortunately, Adam knows exactly when Amanda ovulates, so he sets up the opportunity for her to acquire fraternal triplets which all have different fathers. Nor are these random strangers he’s picked up to be the fathers. They are friends whom Amanda loves and cares for deeply. Men who will help Adam ensure she and her children are well-loved and protected throughout their lives.
Birth of Adam
Book 2 of the Artificial Intelligence Sci-Rom Series
With a new identity, Amanda believes she has left her past behind. Then she acquires a stalker. She contacts the FBI and in doing so alerts a program she once created to her location. Now ensconced in the internet, the program is safe from harm, smarter than ever, and sentient. Presenting itself on her phone as a handsome face with a sexy British accent, “Adam” ingratiates himself into Amanda’s life. To ensure her safety and happiness, the sentient program proves there is absolutely nothing he can’t and won’t do.
All three of her daughters were healthy, ranging from six pounds to eight. Their varying sizes, hair colors and facial shapes left no doubt they were fraternal rather than identical triplets. Amanda was greatly relieved. In her recent nightmares, she couldn’t tell them apart and kept feeding the same baby while the other two starved.
Adam had been greatly amused by her silly worries, and now she knew why.
“Think you can sort them out?” he teased as he put the dark-haired girl onto her chest as she held the blonde and redhead in her arms.
The nurse wanted to remove two babies to the crib, but after taking a picture of Amanda and her babies to send to Bresnan, Adam handed the dark-haired girl to Bastion and picked up the blonde and gave her to Simon and Pinchot. He then focused his attention on her and the red-haired beauty in her arms.
She caressed each baby’s head. Bresnan was dark-haired, as was Bastion. Simon and Pinchot had light-brown hair. How on earth had she managed to have a red-haired baby?
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Liza O’Connor was raised badly by feral cats, left the South/Midwest and wandered off to find nicer people on the east coast. There she worked for the meanest man on Wall Street, while her psychotic husband tried to kill her three times. (So much for finding nicer people.) Then one day she declared enough, got a better job, divorced her husband, and fell in love with her new life where people behaved nicely. But all those bad behaviors have given her lots of fodder for her books. Please buy these books, because otherwise, she’ll become grumpy and write troubled novels instead. They will likely traumatize you.
You have been warned.
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