You might recognize this picture, or you might recognize the family from their show, 6 Little McGhees. The family made headlines about six years back when this iconic picture led to celebrity for the new family of eight.

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Years later, they've decided to recreate that famous picture so we can see how the family is doing now. But first, a little background.

Mia and Rozonno McGhee met back in high school and were able to bond over their troubled pasts.

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Mia was disowned as a girl and Rozonno's mother struggled with drug addiction, so both had to grow up in a hurry.

Unfortunately, once they tried to have children, the hardships continued.

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For ten years, they tried to conceive with no luck.

So they turned to fertility treatment as their last hope.

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The treatments were a success. In fact, they were more successful than anyone could have imagined.

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Mia was blessed with six (!) new arrivals on the way. Rozonno had his own carpet cleaning business, and Mia knew that taking care of so many kids would be a full-time job.

To show their love and happiness to the world, once the kids arrived healthy and happy, they sat for this photo.

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It quickly became viral, as did the McGhees' story.

They appeared on Oprah and found themselves blessed with the generosity of others.

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Oprah gave the family $250,000 in Wal-Mart credit and even a honeymoon to Las Vegas.

From that appearance, the family found themselves the star of their own reality TV show on Oprah's OWN network.

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But best of all, the publicity led to a boom in Rozonno's business as the children started to grow up.

The kids grew...and grew...and grew...

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Before too long, the parents realized that their children wouldn't be kids forever, so they wanted to do something special.

So they recreated their famous photo, six years later.

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They hired the same photographers and got in the exact same position. A lot of people don't know this, but the picture was actually shot with only two kids at a time, and they were put together after the shoot in Photoshop!