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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Together at last! Adorable photograph shows miracle sextuplets reunited after last of six babies is finally home from hospital

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Reunited: Sextuplets (from left) Benjamin, Allison, Levi, Leah, Andrew and Caroline, were snapped together in their first joint photo yesterday, after the last of them was released from Texas Children's Hospital

The last of a set of sextuplets born in April has been released from hospital, much to the delight of her parents
Lauren and David Perkins, from Pearland, Texas, took baby Leah home yesterday, where she joined her three brothers Benjamin, Levi and Andrew, and sisters Allison and Caroline.
Texas Children's Hospital hosted a send-off party for the reunited family, where the four-and-a-half-month-old babies were snapped together in their first joint photo.

New parents: Lauren and David Perkins pictured cradling their newborns one-by-one

The youngsters were all on their best behaviour. In fact, two were so unfazed by the attention, they slept through the whole thing.
Tiny Leah, in particular, was the picture of health, having had the toughest battle among the siblings.
She suffered serious digestive problems and had three major intestinal surgeries and was fed via tube during her stay in the neonatal intensive care unit.

Getting to grips with motherhood: Mrs Perkins says she has managed to get the babies into a routine

The youngsters were all on their best behaviour. In fact, two were so unfazed by the attention, they slept through the whole thing.
Tiny Leah, in particular, was the picture of health, having had the toughest battle among the siblings.
She suffered serious digestive problems and had three major intestinal surgeries and was fed via tube during her stay in the neonatal intensive care unit.

Almost all together! The couple share a snap of five of the six babies, not long before Leah's arrival home

Mrs Perkins told the Houston Chronicle that she was thrilled to have all her babies at home. 'We are so excited to finally have all of our children under the same roof,' she said.
'It has definitely been a challenge having to manage our family in two places but we look forward to Leah's homecoming.
Mrs Perkins admits that life has been a challenge since the babies were born, but is getting to grips with new motherhood.

Mother: Lauren Perkins said the four-minute delivery of her six sextuplets was normal and she is slowly but surely on the mend

'Things have been crazy at home, but I feel like I have the babies on a good, manageable schedule,' she revealed.
'I am so blessed to be surrounded by such a generous community of people that have reached out to us to volunteer their help. I can't tell you how much we appreciate all of the extra hands at feeding times, bath times and in the middle of the night.
'This is a full time job but we are so blessed that we were chosen to take on this responsibility.'

The Perkins sextuplets: Andrew, Ben, Levi, Allison, Caroline, and Leah are all tiny but progressing with Leah the only one who still needs a ventilator

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source: dailymail



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