Harris family sextuplets of Birmingham Alabama is the incredible story of the first known surviving set of African-American sextuplets – who recently graduated together from the Center Point High School in the United States.
Their parents, Diamond and Chris Harris welcomed their babies, two females, Kaylynne and Kiera, and four boys, Kaleb, Kobe, Kieran and Kyle after they used fertility drugs to get pregnant.
Their awe-inspiring story gains fame following their recent accomplishment
They were born on July 8, 2002 and their story made it to the In The Oprah Show five years after their birth.
It was reported in 2001 that Diamond, a nurse was desperate to get pregnant and start a family together.
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Harris family sextuplets of Birmingham, Alabama have graduated from high school. The two girls, Kaylynne and Kiera, and four boys, Kaleb, Kobe, Kieran and Kyle graduated from the Center Point High School in the United States. Social media user, Ferlando Parker Sr., recently celebrated the latest accomplishment of the sextuplets online. He writes: How about offering your congratulations to the Harris sextuplets! They are high school grads! It seems like yesterday that Chris and Diamond Harris welcomed six babies into the world (July 8th, 2002). You may remember what a huge story it was in the Birmingham area, as the family appeared on "Oprah" and other national TV shows. I cannot fathom what it was like for Chris and Diamond to raise six kids (4 boys and 2 girls): They say they used up to 60 diapers a day, took the trash out 5 times a day, and spent over $1200 a week on groceries! Oh, and sleep was pretty much out of the question. Now the kids are proud graduates of Center Point High School, and the kids have their futures planned out: Kobe and Kalynne will be attending Alabama State. Kaleb and Kieran will be attending Alabama A&M. Kiera will head to Lawson State. Kyle will be studying life skills a Center Point High School. I think Chris and Diamond need a nice vacation, don't you? I know the family would love to hear from us, so let's send them our encouragement. Hooray to the graduates! 👏👏👏 Congratulations from all of us at ihangTVs.com LLC.
It was two years and the couple really wanted a child and Diamond was prescribed a fertility drug after which she fell pregnant and the doctor said it was twins.
But a sonogram indicated the children were five and on July 8, 2002, they welcomed the first-ever surviving set of African American sextuplets.
In 2015, the girls, Kaylynne and Kiera, and the four boys, Kaleb, Kobe, Kieran and Kyle marked their 13th birthday.
And recently, someone shared their photo saying, “the genius sextuplets are proud graduates of Center Point High School, and the kids have their futures planned out”.