CARLISLE, Iowa — The parents of the world’s first surviving septuplets are selling their central Iowa home, now that their 20-year-old children have emptied the nest.

The Des Moines Register reports that Kenny and Bobbi McCaughey have signed an agreement to sell the seven-bedroom, five-bathroom house in Carlisle to Ruth Harbor, a Des Moines nonprofit that helps girls and young women with unplanned pregnancies.

Siblings Alexis, Brandon, Joel, Kelsey, Kenny, Natalie and Nathan McCaughey graduated high school in May 2016 and went on to college or the military. They were born Nov. 19, 1997. Their mother had taken a fertility drug.

The Ruth Harbor purchase price hasn’t disclosed. Kenny and Bobbi McCaughey say they intend to move from the Des Moines suburb of Carlisle east to a home in the Runnells area.

Information from: The Des Moines Register,

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