Meridian native, Diamond Harris brought her mom, Georgia Jones, a very special Christmas gift this year.
"This is our Christmas present," said Georgia Jones of Meridian. "We couldn't ask for a better Christmas present."
And while that might not sound extraordinary, it is when you consider last year at this time Diamond and Chris Harris had one son. Now the couple has seven biological children. Earlier this year, Diamond gave birth to the first set of sextuplets ever born in Alabama.
Earlier this year, Diamond Harris gave birth to Kiera Christine, Kalynne Antoinett, Kaleb Reddrick, Kobe Byshari, Kieran Anthony, and Kyle Jacob.
"I probably would have thought twice before we had another child if we had known about all these twins in the family," said Chris Harris.
"They're really good babies," said Diamond Harris. "It's just I always have to have some help everywhere I go."
The Harrises, who now live in Birmingham, say help has come from all over the world, including Japan and England.
The babies have corporate sponsors for baby formula and diapers. Money, and more importantly, time have also been donated to assist the Harris family with six babies who need constant attention and care.
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