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Raising six brand new babies isn't an easy task. Simply feeding them can be a challenge—especially since Diamond decided to breast-feed all six! "The doctor told me Mother Nature would take care of this all," she says. "I was pumping about 50 to 60 bottles a day."

While both Chris and Diamond came from big families, taking care of so many kids has been an adjustment for them. They say family members gave them support, which helps them to raise their seven children on Chris's teacher's salary. As for private time, Chris says they have "absolutely none."

Having six brothers and sisters is a big change for Dewayne, too—he definitely isn't an only child anymore! "I like having more brothers and sisters, because ever since they were born, there's been a lot more people around the house to play with," he says.
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Published on April 10, 2007

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