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All Florida's sextuplets at home

The last of Florida's first sextuplets has left hospital and is at home now – to spend Thanksgiving with his siblings.

Charlie Byler was still breathing through an oxygen tube when he left All Children's Hospital on Wednesday after a news conference where his parents, Karoline and Ben Byler, showed him off with his four brothers and one sister.

Charlie Craig, Brady Christopher, Eli Benjamin, Mackenzie Margaret, Jackson Robert and Ryan Patrick were born Sept. 1, more than two months early. They were the first sextuplet births on record in the state, according to the state Department of Vital Statistics. They join 4-year-old sister Zoe.

Charlie, who weighed about 2 pounds at birth, has grown to more than 6 pounds.

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