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Here’s some good news.

Not too long ago, news of a father who would be raising quadruplets on his own after his wife died during childbirth hit the internet. When the world got wind of the tragic story, people became determined to help Carlos Morales and now, over $310,000 has been raised for him and his family.

TIME reports:

Although he is busy learning how to feed his quadruplets, bathe them and tend to their every need, he still can’t help but think of his late wife. Erica Morales, 36, died on Jan. 16, shortly after giving birth to the quadruplets. She never got the chance to see her babies or hold them in her arms.

“She should be here,” Carlos tells PEOPLE. “It’s slowly getting a little bit easier.”

The site goes on to say:

One of the things that Carlos finds comfort in is knowing that he doesn’t just have support from his family and friends, but also from more than 8,700 strangers who have donated to a GoFundMe page his friend created. In total, over $310,00 has been raised to date. “To think that so many people are giving me whatever they can afford makes me smile,” he says. “Every single penny will help so I can give my babies a great life.”

One of his biggest concerns is making the right decisions for himself and his children.

“I don’t want to mess up. Erica always wanted children and so did I,” he says. “These four babies were a blessing so I will make it work. I have to.” His mother-in-law watches over Carlos Jr. and Tracy at home while he goes to the hospital to see Erica and Paisley, who will be going home any day now.

Wow, talk about courage. We wish the Morales family love and luck.

See photos of his four babies here.

SOURCE: TIME | VIDEO SOURCE: NDN

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