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Season 2 / Episode 11 and airs on 31 March 2017 01:30
Ro and Mia McGhee tried for 10 years to have children, and they never imagined they would end up having sextuplets! Now, in Growing Up McGhee, they try their best to balance a hectic life that includes the six children and the demands of their family carpet cleaning business. Life was busy enough taking care of six little babies, but now that their brood can walk, talk, run and share lots of laughs and mischief, Ro and Mia face brand new challenges that are throwing them for a loop. Never before have they felt more outnumbered! Diaper changes and feeding schedules have been replaced by sassy opinions and chore charts.In this all-new series, we follow this fun-loving family of eight as they explore new milestones, like learning how to swim and getting a family pet. These new adventures all come with unexpected twists and turns when you're dealing with six 5-year-olds, each developing his or her own unique individual personality with every passing day. The family will also be planning for a spring break trip — all while running the family business and trying to find alone time for Ro and Mia. And while neither ever expected their lives to be so hectic, they wouldn't change a thing.
It's Spring Break time and the kids earned enough poof-balls for a family vacation! They decide to head to the hills of Tennessee where Ro can share his love of the outdoors with the kids. But rounding up six kids for a road-trip means they'll need a vacation to recover from this one!
In Tennessee for Spring Break, Ro hopes to show his kids some of his favorite pastimes - camping and fishing. Six kids with sharp hooks flying around doesn't sound like a bad idea, does it?
The McGhee sextuplets are turning six! And what better way to celebrate the circus that is their life than with a carnival themed party for the kids and their friends!
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