Parents of the McGhee sextuplets, Mia and Ro, made a pact: stop eating so much junk and become healthier parents. But, after keeping up her end of the deal and working out, Mia finds out that her husband went back on his promise by binging on fast food.
As the mother of the 6 Little McGhees, Mia makes an effort to spend time with each of her toddlers individually. Playful Josiah is first up as they enjoy some mommy-son time a local ice cream parlor.
Mia and Ro take the kids to their first swimming lesson. Watch as the instructor has them pretend to scoop ice-cream as incentive to paddle those little arms and legs.
The sextuplets were born prematurely, 3 months early, so Mia and Ro invite a child development specialist to check in on their brood and see whether or not the 2-year olds are hitting their milestones on schedule.
Tania is helping Mia watch the 6 Little McGhees, so she decides to have a little fun. She pretends that she runs a coffee shop and starts serving the kids "coffee" while asking them about the news.
Ro thinks the local library is the perfect place to bring curious and bright Isaac for some one-on-one time. Unaccustomed to quiet crowds, Isaac decides to fill the library with some noise of his own.
Ro enjoys some special one-on-one time with his daughter Madison. Ro delights in seeing Madison's blossoming personality as the two get their hands dirty at a pottery studio and create adorable father-daughter handprints.
Ro takes Ro Jr. out for a day at the park where they spend some quality one-on-one time together playing catch. Despite having to employ group feeding and bathing routines for the 6 Little McGhees, Ro and Mia make it a point to get to know and support each of their children's six very different and individual personalities.
Mia and Ro wake up to a stinky surprise and Ro is forced to play the poop detective to find which of the boys left the mess. Mia and Ro decide the time has come to potty train the sextuplets but can't decide whether to train one toddler at a time or all six at once.
The McGhee's take their kids shopping for bathing suits they'll need for their first swimming lesson. Now that the kids are running around and climbing, it's not uncommon for them to leave a path of destruction at the store!
Even though Mia and Ro McGhee are faced with the financial burden of buying all new beds for their growing kids, they always try to stick together to keep their spirits up. In this precious moment in the car on their way to the furniture store, the parents make up a song that aptly describes what it's like to have kids. (hint: yes, the word "poop" is used multiple times).
Ro is forced to stay late at work leaving Mia to feed six impatient toddlers.
Mia and Ro react to seeing each other on camera for the first time!
Rozonno and Mia host a big family barbecue to thank their friends and family.
At the end of a stressful trip, the McGhees finish their family vacation with a cowboy-themed hoedown. These may not be the most authentic line dances, but this family sure knows how to get down.
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