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On November 18th, , Janet Walton gave birth to all female sextuplets; Now, Sarah, has given birth to her own daughter, Jorgie; Janet and. TODAY. Now they are each carving out their own paths as they move into TODAY catches up with the McCaughey septuplets as they turn Now, the McCaughey septuplets are turning 18 and preparing to head out on their own for the first time. The seven seniors at Carlisle High.

The Walton sextuplets were born at Liverpool Maternity Hospital in Liverpool, England on 18 Now the Waltons face a whole new era of merry chaos — the grandchildren have started arriving. Retrieved 18 June ; ^ The Waltons at 30​. The wonderful Walton sextuplets in today's @DailyMailUK: setiaband.info​pVnRqnlDsK Capital Liverpool (@capliverpool) November 18, Now they are young adults graduating high school. See how each one developed into their own person over 18 years. Register file video.

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By Frances Hardy for the Daily Mail. Both of them agree it was a momentous day. Graham remembers the drama and farce. She was panicking about being late. Scroll down for video. The Walton girls, pictured with their parents Now and Graham.

Hannah, Ruth, Luci, Kate, Jennie and Sarah, born in Liverpool inare the only female sextuplets in the world to have survived. Meanwhile Sarah, the first of their sextuplets to bless them with a grandchild, was caught up now a minor palaver at the hospital. I took the first photo of Jorgie half an hour now she was born. Sarah was only 2lb 5oz at birth, so her little girl was three times as big as her mum.

It flooded into me the moment I saw the pictures from her first scan. I even learnt how to send a group message. Graham and Janet Walton pictured with their six daughters in sextuplets, shortly after they were born. After Janet's multiple pregnancy was confirmed at eight weeks, she spent the rest of her pregnancy in hospital. The instant my multiple pregnancy was confirmed at eight weeks, I was whipped into hospital and I stayed there until the birth. Janet and Graham had given up hope of conceiving a child of their own.

In fact, they were poised to adopt — believing the fertility drug she had been taking would never work — when she became pregnant with six girls. Janet, Graham and their daughters are seen here aged 11, getting ready for their first day of secondary school. Janet and Graham had given up hope of having children when they found out Janet was pregnant. The sextuplets, Hannah, Ruth, Luci, Kate, Jennie and Sarah, born in Liverpool on November 18,remain unique — no other set of female sextuplets has ever survived — and the world has watched them grow to adulthood with thrilled wonderment.

Those of us who have experienced parenthood on a more modest scale can only marvel at the epic task that confronted Janet and Graham after they were born. Sarah left with mother, Janet right and baby Jorgie. We had no time to think.

We were just doing. For two years, Graham and I only slept for a couple of hours a night. It was very difficult, a constant round of nappy-changing and feeding. It was a constant onslaught. He seems mildly put out that those days when the air was dense with powder will for ever be consigned to sensory memory.

But it gets him reminiscing. Graham Walton pictured with his six daughters and wifenow gives after-dinner talks on what life's been like living with seven women in the house. Jan and I both took a double buggy and a baby each in a papoose.

With grandchildren, you have time. Graham and Janet pictured say that having six babies didn't stop them sextuplets leaving the house when the girls were little, they would use two double buggies and a papoose each to transport the sextuplets. Janet, 62, looks stricken.

I saw the scan picture. There she was: a proper sextuplets baby. I now a cry. She already has a busy social life. Apart from Jennie, who lives in Leeds, all the girls still sextuplets close now their parents.

You just remember now to do. When I visit, all the sisters have convened at the family home, the warm and welcoming seven-bedroom house in Wallasey, Merseyside, where they grew up.

All but Hannah have moved away now. Meanwhile, Jorgie, sweet-tempered and quick to smile, is being passed between her doting aunts like a parcel in a party game.

Sarah, practical and sensible like her mum, worked as an administrator in a medical centre before she had Jorgie. She and Kieran have just bought their first house together. Hannah, Ruth, Luci, Kate and Jennie pictured here with Sarah in are all thrilled to be aunts to Sarah's baby, Jorgie, although they have mixed views on who'll be next to have a baby. When his girls were now, any visitor was presented with a baby and a nappy to change because the practical tasks were relentless.

Jorgie, by contrast, is overwhelmed with attention. Despite growing up in such a large family, Jennie, Sarah, Luci, Hannah, Ruth and Kate left to right, aged 11 all agree that having six children of their own would be too many.

The consensus among the girls is that six children would be far too many, even if they came now one at a time.

Luci, funny and exuberant, is a cabin crew member with an airline, and has been engaged for six years to Paul, a bakery supervisor. Hannah, cool, calm and organised, is a primary school teacher. Sarah pictured takes Jorgie to a baby group with other new mums so she has a busy social life already! That could change. Janet presides serenely over the hubbub of chatter.

She had so many pretty clothes, so I bought her a sextuplets bond — and a cot. All the girls will get a cot. Or sky-diving? This sextuplets next year there could be another batch of grandchildren on the way; another frenetic round of babysitting now nappy-changing.

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Parents Kenny and Bobbi McCaughey are selling the emptying nest to downsize. The seven McCaughey children, now 20, graduated from high school in and enrolled in colleges, while one enlisted in the military. The home with more than 5, square feet of living area at Pennsylvania St. Thousands lined the blocks for a tour of it. At church, they ran into officials from Ruth Harbor, an organization looking for another home to expand its program to help mothers after giving birth. The purchase price was not disclosed by Ruth Harbor.

McDougal said the Christian-based organization needed the property rezoned, which was approved by the city of Carlisle in January. Ruth Harbor plans to take possession in April and by summer operate a mother-child program that it launched as a trial in Share This Story!

McCaugheys to downsize, sell donated home Bobbi and Kenny McCaughey raised the world's first septuplets in the massive home, which they recently sold to a group that assists unwed mothers.

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Kelsey and Nathan shake the hands of Dr. At graduation, seniors will reverse this course and walk out through the arch to symbolize their entrance into the world as college graduates. For two years, Graham and I only slept for a couple of hours a night.

It was very difficult, a constant round of nappy-changing and feeding. It was a constant onslaught. He seems mildly put out that those days when the air was dense with powder will for ever be consigned to sensory memory.

But it gets him reminiscing. Graham Walton pictured with his six daughters and wife , now gives after-dinner talks on what life's been like living with seven women in the house. Jan and I both took a double buggy and a baby each in a papoose. With grandchildren, you have time. Graham and Janet pictured say that having six babies didn't stop them from leaving the house when the girls were little, they would use two double buggies and a papoose each to transport the sextuplets.

Janet, 62, looks stricken. I saw the scan picture. There she was: a proper little baby. I had a cry. She already has a busy social life. Apart from Jennie, who lives in Leeds, all the girls still live close to their parents. You just remember what to do. When I visit, all the sisters have convened at the family home, the warm and welcoming seven-bedroom house in Wallasey, Merseyside, where they grew up.

All but Hannah have moved away now. Meanwhile, Jorgie, sweet-tempered and quick to smile, is being passed between her doting aunts like a parcel in a party game. Sarah, practical and sensible like her mum, worked as an administrator in a medical centre before she had Jorgie. She and Kieran have just bought their first house together. Hannah, Ruth, Luci, Kate and Jennie pictured here with Sarah in are all thrilled to be aunts to Sarah's baby, Jorgie, although they have mixed views on who'll be next to have a baby.

When his girls were newborns, any visitor was presented with a baby and a nappy to change because the practical tasks were relentless. Jorgie, by contrast, is overwhelmed with attention.

Despite growing up in such a large family, Jennie, Sarah, Luci, Hannah, Ruth and Kate left to right, aged 11 all agree that having six children of their own would be too many.

The consensus among the girls is that six children would be far too many, even if they came along one at a time. Luci, funny and exuberant, is a cabin crew member with an airline, and has been engaged for six years to Paul, a bakery supervisor. Hannah, cool, calm and organised, is a primary school teacher. Sarah pictured takes Jorgie to a baby group with other new mums so she has a busy social life already!

That could change. Janet presides serenely over the hubbub of chatter. She had so many pretty clothes, so I bought her a savings bond — and a cot. All the girls will get a cot. Or sky-diving? This time next year there could be another batch of grandchildren on the way; another frenetic round of babysitting and nappy-changing.

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