Alexis, Kenny, Natalie, Joel, Kelsey, Nathan and Brandon – the world’s first septuplets to survive earliest stages – will stamp the turning point event on Thursday, November 19, at their home in Carlisle, Iowa. What’s more, nobody is more shocked the occasion has come around so soon than their folks, Bobbi and Kenny McCaughey.
In the midst of the media craze, President Bill Clinton by and by called the family to compliment the family, Oprah invited them on her show and organizations and outsiders mixed to assist the couple. Among the gifts, they got a 5,500 square foot home, a van, a year of Kraft’s macaroni and cheddar, diapers for the initial two years and full school grants for any state college in Iowa.
Amid the early months, the septuplets drank 42 bottles a day and experienced 52 diapers. In any case, throughout the years, the media scope has melted away and the coupons with the expectation of complimentary sustenance have run out – urging the family to be parsimonious.
What’s more, from their initial high school years, the septuplets have been assisting the family via doing errands, for example, their own clothing.