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Trying for one last pregnancy yielded sextuplets for Courtney and Eric Waldrop. Now the parents have their hands full, not just with their life-changing newborns but also in continuing to devote love, time and attention to their three older boys. TLC shares the Waldrops' story in this series, beginning just before the birth, through the high-risk delivery, and finally adjusting to suddenly being a family of 11. The season continues with the Waldrops managing the medical concerns that come with premature birth especially during flu season, going through about 70 diapers a day and enlisting friends and family to help with round-the-clock care and feedings.

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As the sextuplets go from beginning to walk to running wild, Courtney and Eric are having a hard time keeping them contained; the big boys team up with the babies for an Easter egg hunt and the Waldrops discover a serious issue while remodeling.
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Courtney is worried about the sextuplets' speech and enrolls them in baby classes, which helps get them out of the house and away from construction mishaps; to thank Eric for all he does, Courtney and the big boys plan an Appreciation Day.
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As major construction begins on their house, Courtney and Eric decide to take their first family vacation with the sextuplets; between baby and big-boy meltdowns, they struggle to keep everyone happy at the same time.
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Courtney bonds with the big boys while Eric watches the babies and plans a Valentine's Day surprise for Courtney; after a big scare in the house, the Waldrops must decide whether to stay in their home during the remodel or rent a house.
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Flu season strikes the Waldrop house as Courtney and Eric fight to keep all their kids healthy; Layke's follow-up visit to the cardiologist brings an unexpected result; Courtney and Eric disagree on the best plan for remodeling their house.
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Courtney struggles to pay attention to the big boys when they celebrate their combo birthday party and must deal with her separation anxiety when it comes to the babies; Eric's plan to save the farm puts him at odds with Courtney.
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It's Christmas and the first with the sextuplets at home; Courtney and Eric disagree on whether to sell their house and land while trying to continue their family traditions; the boys put their parents to the test when they want to keep a puppy.
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Courtney tackles planning the sextuplets' first birthday party, but taking care of six babies threatens to overwhelm her; the Waldrops struggle with a big decision as they realize their house will not accommodate a family of eleven.
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Courtney and Eric stress about hosting a big 5K charity event, while also making sure the babies stay on track developmentally; major decisions need to be made, knowing Courtney's maternity leave pay is ending and they may soon be losing their nanny.
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The family gets a big van, and their first drive is frightening; the twins graduate from kindergarten; Bridge throws a major fit; the sextuplets turn 6-months; a group photo shoot turns into complete chaos.
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Courtney and Eric bring the sextuplets to the twins' baseball game, but the babies quickly become a distraction; Eric faces a major financial decision about selling the sheep; two babies need to see the cardiologist and one faces possible surgery.
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Courtney struggles to split her time between the babies and older boys; Eric takes on more work to keep up with new expenses; the family attempts their first public outing with the sextuplets on Mother's Day and soon face one of their biggest fears.
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Courtney and Eric struggle through a high risk delivery; six premature babies must survive the NICU and prepare to come home during a national flu crisis; one baby takes a turn for the worse as the family faces nonstop feedings and mounting expenses.
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Courtney and Eric Waldrop and their three lively boys get the shock of their lives when Courtney becomes pregnant with sextuplets; they face a high-risk delivery and the stress of becoming parents of nine kids overnight.
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Courtney and Eric stress about hosting a charity event, while making sure the babies' development stays on track; tough decisions need to be made as they will soon lose their nanny and Courtney's maternity leave pay.

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