America’s first surviving Black sextuplets graduated from high school last week in Birmingham, Alabama.
The loudest cheers, of course, came from their parents, Chris and Diamond Harris, but both admit they’ve been feeling a little sad.
“The morning of the ceremony, I sat in bed looking at their baby pictures and felt depressed,” Diamond, who is a nurse, said. “It’s going to be too quiet.”
On the bright side, they’ll probably be popping in to do laundry. All six kids are continuing their education in their native Alabama.
The Harris sextuplets graduated from high school on June 2, 2020.
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