With so many siblings all born at the same time, questions linger about what will happen if and when the septuplets have children of their own. The answer, in short, is that the septuplets are not necessarily more likely to have more children than a single birth. The triplets were born through fertility treatment rather than genetic predisposition. Their parents, Bobbi and Kenny, had hoped that at least one egg would successfully fertilize, but instead seven did! But how are their parents doing now?