Technology isn’t only good for hashtags and selfies. Army Captain Tony Burch used Facetime to watch the birth of his quadruplets, who were 6,500 miles away from where he is stationed in South Korea.
The hospital his children were born in posted on Instagram the touching moment when Burch was able to see his children for the first time — first through technology, and then in real time four days later.
Army Captain Tony Burch made a special overseas trip to AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center, Hinsdale to meet his three new sons and daughter. Mary Pat Burch gave birth to #quadruplets earlier this week. AMITA Health congratulates the Burch Family on their new arrivals! Congratulations, Captain!! ????????
“Perfect timing, you know, everything clicked together, and I was able to see the babies as they were getting cleaned off,” Tony told WLS-TV.
Burch is scheduled to finish his deployment and return home in June.
H/T: Fox News Insider
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