Two weeks ago the Brady Byler was the first of his siblings to leave the hospital and go home with his parents.
Three more sextuplets remain in the hospital: Ryan Patrick, Jackson Robert and Charlie Craig. Neonatologist Carine Stromquis says the four benchmarks for a baby to go home are taking every feeding by mouth, maintaining stable body temperature and respiratory functions and weighing at least 4 pounds.
The family has set up 3 cribs in one bedroom for the babies to sleep in and converted their garage into a playspace in preparation for the homecoming.
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