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Mia and Rozonno McGhee are high-school sweethearts who married and now run a business while raising a family ... a sizable family. The McGhees are the parents of sextuplets, the first to be born in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio. The family found fame on the Internet after Mia posted a photo online, which became a viral sensation. This series follows the McGhees' busy lives as they navigate life with six small children and a number of people who help the parents in the daunting task. Mia and Rozonno likely need all the help they can get with their six kids quickly growing.

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The six toddlers experience their first dentist appointment and chaos is sure to ensue; Ro also takes a turn in the chair.
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Tensions soar on a family camping trip and there is division along gender lines; Mia collects her children and threatens to head home without Ro.
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Ro and Mia take the family on vacation to a cabin in the country; tensions rise when the men separate from the women; the trip may end quicker than planned.
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Ro wants to invest in the business and buy a new van; Mia wants to find their dream house; they are at odds.
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Mia and Ro realize the company website is need of a makeover, including a radio jingle, photo-shoot and redesign; Mia seeks advice when potty training continues to be a challenge.
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Mia decides to enter her daughters into a beauty pageant but finds herself in hot water when she keeps it from Ro; at the pageant, Mia and her helpers scramble to get the girls ready for show time.
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In an attempt to improve their health and fitness, Mia and Ro hire a personal trainer; the trainer puts the couple on a vegetarian diet.
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With the children too big for their toddler beds, Mia and Ro take on the task of new ones; the girls visit the salon.
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Ro and Mia take their children to a development expert to assess the sextuplets' growth; the couple has different ideas for activities.
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Mia and Ro heavily consider hiring someone to help Ro with the field work side of their business; Mia develops a couponing habit.
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Ro and Mia buckle down and get serious about potty training their toddlers; they seek advice from their mothers.
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Ro and Mia want to surprise each other for Valentine's Day; Ro loses track of time; Mia must tend to a sudden illness.
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Due to a slow season for their carpet and upholstery business, Ro and Mia are forced to downsize; later, Mia has to assist Ro on a job.
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Mia and Ro sign their sextuplets up for swimming lessons; Mia and Tania try to make amends and put their differences aside.
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Mia's strict system may be in for some amendments as ever changing toddlers threaten its efficiency; Ro might have to fire his last employee.
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Mia and Ro become less reliant on their helpers despite the new chaos of potty training and the added fun of a camping trip.
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The sextuplets are entering their terrible twos; Mia becomes overwhelmed while planning their birthday party.
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The upcoming Christening inspires Mia and Cilky to try and make amends; meanwhile, Ro's brother damages a customer's property.
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Tension is palpable when Cilkly refuses to respect Mia's rules; Ro attempts mediation between the two women.
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Mia's niece is preparing for her prom; as the date draws near, Mia becomes emotional as she never had a prom of her own.
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Ro decides that taking their sextuplets to the zoo would be a great idea; Mia is feeling a bit apprehensive.

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