The singular nonuplet in the world commemorates her second birthday.

For the first time ever, the only nonpret in the world, Halima Sisse, celebrated her birthday at home with her family. Halima has nine siblings, who were born in Morocco and were brought to Mali when they were 19 months old. The siblings were under expert care during their stay in Morocco. Halima’s parents, Halima Sisse and Abdelkader Arby, named their sons Mohammed, Baa, Omar, and Elhaj after their favorite superhero cartoons. They also named their daughters Hawa, Adama, Oumou, Khadidia, and Fatuma.

The family held a party with a Miraculous theme, and family and friends attended. Mama Cisse believes that multiples are a gift from God, and she is grateful to have her family’s support while raising her children. Halima and Abdelkader welcomed their nine babies in Morocco in 2021. Initially, the doctors thought that Halima was only expecting seven children. However, after careful monitoring by the medical professionals, they discovered that Halima was carrying nine fetuses.

Due to the high-risk nature of the pregnancy, a total of 32 medical professionals worked together to ensure a safe delivery for Halima. After their birth, the family continued to receive care in an apartment in Morocco. The birth broke the Guinness World Record for the most children remaining in a single birth, held by ‘Octomon’ Nadia Sleman’s eight children.

According to the head of the facility where Halima gave birth, Yousef Her Alawi, as far as he is aware, Halima did not undergo any fertility treatment. The children were born after 30 weeks and were in perfect health, according to Halima’s father. The family also has a 4-year-old daughter named Souda.

Overall, Halima’s journey has been nothing but extraordinary, and the birth of her nine babies has inspired many around the world. From juicy celebrity news to compelling stories of human interest, People magazine has the best that the world has to offer.

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