Sextuplets is a 2019 American comedy film directed by Michael Tiddes from a screenplay by Mike Glock, Rick Alvarez and Marlon Wayans. It stars Marlon Wayans and Bresha Webb, and follows a man who sets out to find his long-lost siblings after discovering he is one of sextuplets his mother had. The film was digitally released on Netflix on August 16, 2019.
On May 11 at 8:26 a.m. a 40-person team at VCU Medical Center successfully delivered sextuplets. Ajibola Taiwo, a native of Western Nigeria, was 30 weeks and two days pregnant when she gave birth to three boys and three girls by cesarean section.
The Taiwos tried to conceive for 17 years and were overcome with joy when they saw four heartbeats at their first ultrasound in November. It was not until January when they arrived at VCU Medical Center that they learned they were expecting sextuplets.
Very few incidences of the spontaneous conception of sextuplets have been reported. Nearly all of the sextuplet births in the past several decades were the result of fertility enhancements such as ovulation-stimulating drugs.
The five boys and one girl were born more than two months early. Their lungs and brains are still developing and they will likely be at All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg until November, said Dr. Fauzia Shakeel, one of 10 physicians caring for the sextuplets.
Zoe's request for a sibling led the Bylers to try for another child. They said Thursday they initially planned to have one more child. Now they are consulting with other parents of sextuplets and multiple twins to find out what to expect.
Mrs. Dilley's parents sold their house in Bloomington and bought a big brick house in Geneva just off the town's main strip. It has four bedrooms - enough space to get the sextuplets through the first few years.
The Harris sextuplets were delivered on July 7, 2002, within three minutes of each other and weighed between 1 lb. 3 oz. and 1 lb. 12 oz.. All of their names begin with the letter K as a homage to their great-grandmother.
Triplets vs sextuplets? This is a pretty niche topic, but I wanted to share some thoughts I had on it, and I can imagine that some other musicians might actually be intrigued themselves if they were to consider this question, so just bear with me.
Here's some news that may make you feel old: The reality stars' six youngest kids Aaden, Collin, Joel, Alexis, Hannah, and Leah turned 18 years old on May 10. (Yes, you read that right!) And to celebrate the occasion, Jon shared a throwback photo of the sextuplets to Instagram Stories, writing, "Happy 18th birthday! Today is your birthday we gonna say it loud. I love you, Love Dad."
As Jon explained on The Dr. Oz Show in 2021, Hannah and Collin live with him while the rest of the sextuplets live with Kate. During the episode, Jon also revealed that he has not been in contact with his six other children.
Here's some news that may make you feel old: The reality stars' six youngest kids Aaden, Collin, Joel, Alexis, Hannah, and Leah turned 18 years old on May 10. (Yes, you read that right.) And to celebrate the occasion, Jon shared a throwback photo of the sextuplets on his Instagram stories, writing, "Happy 18th birthday! Today is your birthday we gonna say it loud. I love you, Love Dad."
The former couple -- who are also parents to 21-year-old twin daughters, Cara and Madelyn -- welcomed their sextuplets in 2004, just three years before the premiere of their TLC series, "Jon & Kate Plus 8." (The pair divorced in December 2009, one month after the network announced the cancellation of their show).
As Jon explained on "The Dr. Oz Show" in 2021, Hannah and Collin live with him while the rest of the sextuplets live with Kate. During the episode, Jon also revealed that he has not been in contact with his six other children.
Eventually, they decided to try for one more child without the help of IVF. Courtney became pregnant but sadly suffered another miscarriage. Back on fertility treatments, the couple received the ultimate "big family" news: not only was Courtney successfully pregnant, but they were on their way to having sextuplets!
Just when TLC viewers thought family life couldn't get any crazier than Jon & Kate Plus 8, 19 Kids & Counting or OutDaughtered, the Waldrop family went and one-upped them all. This couple from Albertville, Alabama, were already parents of three young boys when they found out they were expecting sextuplets. That's six babies at once! And those who have been following along with their show weet Home Sextuplets know that Eric and Courtney Waldrop's birth story with their sextuplets beats all the odds.
Before the Waldrop sextuplets arrived, Courtney and Eric were a relatively typical couple (she's a teacher and he owns a landscaping business) with three sons: Saylor, 9, and 6-year-old twins, Wales and Bridge. Courtney had taken fertility drugs when she conceived the twins because she suffers from a blood clotting disorder that makes it extremely difficult to carry a pregnancy to term, according to TLC. She actually had a miscarriage in between having Saylor and the twins, which is how they found out about the disorder.) So when the Waldrops wanted to add just one more child to their family, they again turned to this same fertility treatment. Needless to say, they were shocked to discover they would soon be going from a family of five to a family of 11.
These days, Courtney and Eric are busy keeping up with their 9-month-old sextuplets, in addition to their three older boys. And their Instagram updates are basically the cutest things ever. (I mean, what could be sweeter than a box full of smiling babies?) 041b061a72