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The photographs of the bundled-up babies took about three hours from start to finish, according to Sargent. The shoot was a team effort, she says, and there were about a dozen volunteers—made up of stylists, assistants, friends, and family—who helped out in different aspects of the project. Luckily, the newborns fell asleep just before Sargent took the photographs of the older brothers and parents holding all six. They also had a white noise machine playing in the background, to help keep the babies sleep with so much going on. Yet, Sargent still had to move quickly to get everything finished.
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First sextuplets born at Huntsville Hospital
TLC: New Documentary Follows Alabama Sextuplets | kaydencreations.com
Eric and Courtney Waldrop will star in their own TLC documentary about life at home with their six new babies. Eric and Courtney Waldrop welcomed sextuplets in December, and now the proud parents will star in their own TLC documentary about life at home with their six new babies. The Waldrops are also parents to son Saylor, and twin 5-year-old boys Wales and Bridge, making them a family of Courtney had the twins with the help of fertility treatments after suffering several heartbreaking miscarriages. At birth the babies ranged in weight from 2 lbs. They were delivered by Cesarean section with help from a team of about 40 labor and delivery nurses, neonatologists, anesthesiologists, maternal fetal medicine specialists and surgical assistants.
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The Waldrop Sextuplets Pose for Another Photo Shoot—This Time with Their Older Brothers!
For the first time since , sextuplets were born in Alabama on Monday. David L. The three boys and three girls were born to Albertville couple Eric and Courtney Waldrop at just under 30 weeks' gestation.
An Alabama couple is going to need several more stockings to hang on the mantle this Christmas. In a matter of minutes, Courtney and Eric Waldrop, 35, became the parents of nine kids on Monday after giving birth to sextuplets, three boys and three girls — adding to their three older sons. The babies were born at just under 30 weeks and weigh less than 3 pounds each. It took a team of nearly 40 medical specialists to deliver the newborns via C-section at Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children.