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  • Remember Ruby Lair, the first girl in a family of six boys? She just turned 1

    The Lair family of six boys in Apex, N.C., welcomed their first girl a year ago — “The boys think that the sun rises and sets in her room,” their dad said.

The Lair family of six boys in Apex, N.C., welcomed their first girl a year ago — “The boys think that the sun rises and sets in her room,” their dad said. Corey Lowenstein and Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
The Lair family of six boys in Apex, N.C., welcomed their first girl a year ago — “The boys think that the sun rises and sets in her room,” their dad said. Corey Lowenstein and Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

Remember Ruby Lair, the first girl in a family of six boys? She just turned 1

August 26, 2016 2:27 PM