It might be hard to imagine a happy existence once everything has fallen apart. However, despite all of that sadness, the light manages to find its way through.

When Courtney Hill’s husband Bryan was unexpectedly stolen from her and her family, she had direct experience with it.

Bryan served as a career soldier in the US Army, seeing duty in Afghanistan, Kuwait, and Iraq. He placed himself in a lot of risky situations throughout the years, yet he never returned hurt.

Bryan and Courtney anticipated a far more carefree and contented future after Bryan retired from the Army.

However, they were unaware that catastrophe was just around the corner.

Bryan was killed in a horrific vehicle accident in February 2016. Reagan, Courtney’s daughter, also had to say goodbye to her amazing father in addition to losing her dear spouse.

Courtney was soon fully occupied getting everything ready for the wake. She received some unexpected news amid everything: she was expecting a child.

“Sweetheart, you’re going to be a dad again,” Courtney murmured in Bryan’s ear while holding his hand at the wake.

“Being a mother is dealing with fears you didn’t know existed and discovering strengths you didn’t know you had.”The Hill Triplets posted on Due Friday, August 12, 2016, October 2016.

As the months went by, Courtney overcame her grief. She made every effort to adjust to her new way of living.

Unfortunately, Courtney’s significant abdomen pain turned into a challenging situation. She visited her doctor because she was afraid of miscarrying.

At that point, Courtney received further information that completely upended her life.

In the ultrasound, the doctors saw one girl and two boys!

“I was astounded. However, I was happy to have three more smiles that bring him to mind,” she said to CBS Chicago.

Having triplets has a lot of hazards, however, and Courtney was told some terrible news at a follow-up ultrasound.

Brady, one of the babies, had stopped breathing.

Harper and Miles, the other two infants, were born well.

Reagan, Miles, Harper, and her daughter are Courtney’s pride and pleasure. She knows Bryan would be quite proud of her children, therefore she is looking forward to raising them.

When people ask Courtney if Miles and Harper are twins, she typically responds negatively.

Clapping them as “surviving triplets,” she declares.

Hello Miles and Harper, welcome to the world! Miles, who weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces, arrived at 12:59 a.m. At 1:04 am, his sister Harper, who weighed 5 pounds, and 13 ounces, arrived. The babies and Courtney are doing fantastic! The Hill Triplets posted on Due Wednesday, September 21, 2016, in October of 2016.

Naturally, Courtney misses her spouse and the child she lost, but she finds courage in her family.

Bryan was a kind, caring, and powerful man. Because their father was never able to watch them grow up, she finds happiness in spending every day with her children.

Courtney has learnt to cherish each day spent with her little darlings as she has personally witnessed how fleeting happiness can be.

Although her family hasn’t had an easy time, Courtney is optimistic about the future because of her friends and family’s support.

Their story serves as evidence that living life to the fullest is more important than surviving to be a hundred years of age.

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