Fiorella caught a documentary the other night on the thirteenth birthday of the McCaughey septuplets. You remember them, the first set of septuplets to survive infancy. They were all over the news thirteen years ago, but you rarely hear anything about them now. And that's how their parents want it.
Kenny and Bobbi Mccaughey are remarkably well-grounded. He works full-time outside the home, and she works full-time in the home, feeding her family of ten on $300 a month by thrifty grocery shopping, growing all their vegetables, using a meat co-op, and cooking, cooking, cooking. They still attend church, and their kids do too.
Fio's sure they have their ups and downs, but, all in all, the family seems to be healthy, happy, and thriving.
Too bad one can't say that about the Gosselins.