Wake Forest, N.C. -- John and Diana Walther thought they had time before the two would become four.
The twins weren’t due until October.
With the blessing of their doctor, they left their Oakfield home two weeks ago and drove down to North Carolina to visit Diana’s family.
While there, Diana’s water broke.
"There are no words," Diana said. "All I kept saying was, ‘It’s too early, it’s too early.’"
The couple rushed to the nearest hospital an hour and a half away.
On July 14th, at roughly two pounds a piece, Isabella Grace and Mason John were welcomed into the world.
The Walthers are now sleeping at the Ronald McDonald house in Wake Forest, staying a sprint away from their babies in the NICU.
"They’re stable," Diana said. "Some days are better than others."
Doctors say the babies have to stay in North Carolina for at least another four weeks.
"That’s probably the hardest part," John said. "If we were in Rochester, we could rest our head on our own pillow and be with our family... it’s been tough.
Back in the Rochester area, their family is trying to raise money to bring the foursome home.
"Bringing these babies here to Strong is a big financial burden... insurance companies are not going to cover it," said Matt Walther, John’s brother.
The fundraiser is scheduled for August 24th at 4 Corners’ Ministry Center at 4277 Caledonia Rd.
You can find out more information about donating through the family's Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/Walthertwins?ref=stream or visit http://www.indiegogo.com/bringthebabieshome