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  • Quints Then and Now

    Gabrielle, or Gabby, was born first of the Ferraro quintuplets. She was 3 pounds, 14 ounces at 2 weeks old. To read about the quints' first birthday on Sept. 26, click <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2013/09/27/quintuplets-celebrate-first-birthday/">here. </a>
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Now, Gabrielle, or Gabby, is the patient one. She was the last one to crawl, but the first girl to walk.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Riley came next. He was the "chubber" of the group at 4 pounds, 15 ounces at 2 weeks old.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Riley is "the gentle giant." Doctors said he was in the 90th percentile for his age and height at his 9-month checkup. Plus, he has an infectious belly laugh.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Addison, or Addy, was the smallest one of the group at 3 pounds, 8 ounces at 2 weeks old.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Addy is "the peanut." She may be the smallest, but she's always the first one to eat, and she takes it very, very seriously.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Cooper was 4 pounds 2 ounces when he was 2 weeks old.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Cooper is "the bulldozer." He's not the biggest, but nothing will get in his way when he wants food – not even his siblings. He's even been known to take Cheerios out of his brothers' and sisters' mouths.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Emerson, or Emmy, was born last. She weighed 4 pounds at two weeks old.
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  • Quints Then and Now

    Emmy is the giggler. She has the biggest smile and is always giggling.
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