This Is What The World's First Surviving Septuplets Look Like As Adults
Time flies when you're parenting. You're changing diapers and making formula one day and in what seems like the blink of an eye, they're moving out to go to college. That's why it's hard to believe that it's already been 18 years since the world first met the incredible, one-of-a-kind McCaughey septuplets.
Back in 1997, Kenny and Bobbie McCaughey were expecting something that was nothing short of a miracle. Their fertility treatments had worked a little too well and they were expecting septuplets. Doctors advised them to consider having a reduction because the odds of having seven healthy babies aren't the best, but in November of that year they had the world's first set of surviving septuplets.
Today, the McCaughey kids are all grown up, just shy of their 18th birthdays. In this video, they sit down and reflect on their truly incredible childhoods and the directions they see themselves going in the future.