A U.S. soldier deployed to South Korea watched his wife give birth to quadruplets thanks to the magic of FaceTime.

“We wanted a big family, but we thought we’d be able to spread it out more,” Army Capt. Tony Burch, 30, told AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center.

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As reported by BuzzFeed, Burch and his wife Mary Pat, 29, were already parents to 23-month-old Alice when they were told in August they would be expecting triplets.

A week later, another ultrasound revealed a new surprise — quadruplets.

The proud papa was finally able to hold the newest additions to his family when he returned on a special overseas trip four days later.

The four babies — Henry, Nathaniel, Samuel and Molly — are doing well and will be sent home in a few weeks, according to the hospital. Burch, a 30-year-old Army captain, is set to return to the United States full-time in June.