The amazing Jocelyn Leon. Jocelyn is mother to identical twin girls Maxine Rose (pictured - 8 months) and Caroline Jean. She is also step mom to a 14 year old girl and 11 year old boy. Jocelyn found out at 9 weeks that she was expecting twins. At 16 weeks, she learned that she was having girls and that they had twin to twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS). Jocelyn immediately went to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and after a full day of testing, they told her that her only options were to let nature run its course meaning both of her daughters would die or to terminate Caroline. She wouldn't accept that answer and did a lot of research that led her to see Dr. Quintero, a reputable doctor in the TTTS laser surgery realm. She flew to Miami for him to perform what was considered a successful operation and Jocelyn was hopeful for both of her daughters. One week later, Caroline's dopplers became abnormal and the following week, Caroline was no longer alive. The rest of the pregnancy Jocelyn was worried she was going to loose Maxine as well. She held on until 37 weeks when she was induced and was able to deliver her girls vaginally. Maxine was born healthy and was able to come home in two days. Jocelyn was able to see Caroline but opted not to hold her, a decision she says is her one real regret.