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The McCaughey siblings made history back in 1997 as the first set of septuplets - seven children conceived in the same womb together - to survive infancy.

Now, they're about to apply for seven driver's licenses.

That's the best part of turning 16, at least if you ask Kenny, Alexis, Natalie, Kelsey, Nathan, Brandon and Joel McCaughey ... though they'll still carpool a lot.

They only have one vehicle to share, after all.

It's hard to believe that 16 years ago, parents Kenny and Bobbi, and their big sister Mikayla, settled into a life of diapers, bottles and birthday cake.

All multiplied by seven. Today, they're more than siblings. They're best friends, and they always back each other up, forming a united front no matter what.

“We all just are able to ... to help each other,” Natalie said.

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It doesn't get much more adorable than this.

In photos that have gone viral, Internet users this week met Theo the Dog and Beau the Baby.

The former was found by Jessica Shyba and her family at the SPCA and "instantly bonded" with her son, as Jessica wrote  her blog, Momma's Gone City.

Theo and Beau

Every time Jessica puts down 23-month old Beau, Theo "plops right on top of [him] and they sleep for a minimum of 2 hours together," Jessica wrote to The Huffington Post in an email.

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Look out, Batkid.

You may (deservedly) be winning the Internet, but the following cute kid may soon be stealing a few of your headlines.

First, she's wearing a pink snowsuit. Adorbs! Next, she's trying to navigate her way through what must be her first-ever frozen puddle. Totally adorbs!

But watch the video in full for the funniest part, as Cutekid maintains her balance (adorably, of course) for a brief moment before toppling over.

She's okay, have no worries, but you'll be doubling over in laughter upon watching:

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Batkid has taken Gotham, and the Internet, by storm.

Five-year-old Miles lived out the dream of a lifetime as he became "Batkid" for a day in San Francisco on Friday, with the help of The Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Diagnosed with leukemia at 18 months old, the boy ended his treatments in June and is now in remission, which is by far the most important part of the story.

What followed was awesome, though.

San Francisco turned itself into Gotham City, and thousands of bystanders cheered as Miles saved the city from some of Batman's iconic adversaries.

The Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area chapter outlined several crimes that Miles was asked to solve before being celebrated at a ceremony hosted by the mayor.

Batkid's crime-fighting spectacle made national news, and some big stars shared their reactions on social media. Here are some of the many celebrity responses ...

Ben Affleck: Batkid. Best Batman ever.  #SFBatKid #MakeAWish @SFWish

President Barack Obama: Way to go Miles, way to save Gotham! #FollowFriday RT @SFWish: Here he comes!!!! #SFBatkid

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Fear not, residents of San Francisco. Your streets are especially safe today.

In one of the cooler stories of the year, over 12,000 people lined the streets of that city today to honor a five-year old named Miles.

The toddler - who likes to "be a superhero," according to his mom - has been battling leukemia since he was 18 months old, but had his final treatment in June.

To celebrate the occasion, the Make-A-Wish Foundation in the Bay Area helped organize a Gotham City-like experience for Miles today: he rode around in a Batmobile… he rescued a damsel in distress… he was given the key to the city at City Hall.

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This is an incredible video.

It depicts newborn twins who just entered the world... and yet are acting as if they're still in their mother's womb.

While engulfed by water, the babies remain intertwined in the footage, refusing to let go of each other and reminding us of those twins in May who held hands in an incubator immediately after being born.

It's powerful stuff and we recommend you view with a box of Kleenex by your side. Maybe even two boxes. Watch now:

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As many couples rushed to get married on Tuesday of this week - 11/12/13 - one Missouri couple found themselves in the hospital expanding their family. 

Little Carson Lee was born on Tuesday, but that's not all. The baby bundle weighed exactly eight pounds ... and was born at 9:10 a.m. on 11/12/13.

How cool is that?

What makes this even cooler is that Dad, Jared Lovel, is a math teacher! 

The new mom is described as "a planner" by her husband. "I don't know if she's that good of a planner, but we knew it was going to be 11-12-13. Everything else just kind of fell in line."

Congrats, Lovel family, on your baby boy, from all of us at THG.

Now go buy a lottery ticket so you can pay for college one day!

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A woman whose son was abducted by her estranged husband and taken to Mexico three decades ago recently learned her son is back in the U.S.

Kathy Amaya told NBC 7 San Diego that she hasn’t seen her son David since he was just a toddler. Her husband at the time took the boy to Mexico.

She says she's been looking for the child, who she tried to report missing, ever since.

David Amaya was raised by his grandparents in Mexico and doesn’t speak English.

His father told David he was American, but didn't tell him he was taken from the country without his mom's permission. David said via an interpreter:

“My father told me my mother had left me abandoned and orphaned.”

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A South Carolina mom is livid after a nurse implied that her nine-month-old son is a "loser" because the baby hadn't received any vaccinations.

Katie Smart claims she received an offensive note referring to the sick child as such after taking the boy to the hospital for twisting his ankle.

He also had a fever, so to be safe, she wanted the little boy checked out.

That visit came with a message, Smart says, that she didn't deserve.

"I did feel judged," said Smart of the note, which called out the fact that he hadn't received vaccinations and concluded with the word "loser" and a sad face.

"For her to say that, she doesn't know why I choose not to vac," said Smart.

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Jose Serrano, 10, of Juarez, Mexico, is seeking an unusual course of treatment for the giant neck tumor that his inhibiting his health and life: Viagra.

Yes, the pill responsible for reinvigorating the sex lives of countless men could also help give a young, tumor-stricken boy a chance at a normal life.

Viagra is most commonly prescribed to treat impotence, but it has also been shown to reduce the size of tumors in children, which is the goal here.

According to the TLC UK show "Body Bizarre," the medication can shrink it down to a certain size, the tumor can be safely operated on and removed.

Time is of the essence for Jose because the as the tumor expands, the growth forms cysts, some of which are on his lungs and near his windpipe.

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