The Howard triplets, all born with craniosynostosis.

Amy and Mike Howard went from a family of two to five in a matter of nine months. Then, their babies made medical history.
Hunter, Jackson and Kaden appear to be the first-known case of triplets all born with craniosynostosis, a rare birth defect in which the bones in a newborn’s skull fuse together too early. They were just 11 weeks old when the trio underwent surgery to correct the condition.
“It was scary,” Amy Howard, 38, of Center Moriches, New York, told TODAY.
“I was very freaked out,” added Mike Howard, 41. “Any time you …