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40 bottles a day, 420 diapers a week and feedings every three hours became the new normal for Danielle and Adam Busby when they welcomed home the only all-female set of quintuplets in the country. The family of three became a family of eight overnight, and TLC follows that incredible journey in the new series OutDaughtered. The series captures Danielle, Adam and their adorable 4-year-old daughter Blayke as they adjust to their new life, while trying to hold on to the identities and lives they had cultivated before the five new additions arrived. Following the hilarious and heartwarming antics of the entire family including Danielle's zany mother, Michelle, and her older twin sisters and their families, it's all hands on deck as the family relies on their tight-knit circle to make the most out of this incredible lifetime adventure.
When Hurricane Harvey hits, one family member suffers a devastating loss; Danielle and Adam are split on what to do about Olivia's escaping from her crib; it's time for the simple pleasures of Halloween, but Danielle may have to work through the fun.
The Busbys plan a special Thanksgiving, but bad news for Mimi may throw the holiday into turmoil; when Adam and Danielle find out that Riley and Parker are moving up o a different classroom, Adam struggles with the idea of separating the quints.
The Busby's wade back into potty training, determined not to be defeated this time; Blayke takes gymnastics lessons and enjoys one-on-one time with her parents; Mimi distances herself from the family as she struggles with losing her house.
Adam's left in charge of all six kids for the weekend, as Danielle goes out of town for a work conference. Even though parenting solo is overwhelming, he has big plans in store for his little ladies. A routine eye checkup for Hazel delivers shocking news.
After getting bad news about Hazel, Danielle's determined to make this the best Christmas ever. But Adam has different plans, which may sour the celebration. The quints perform in the Christmas show, but stage fright may take center stage.
Danielle and Adam are determined to give their daughters the best Christmas ever. But as their plans start to crumble, so does Danielle. Will the stress of the holidays cause her to reach her breaking point?
Danielle begins the new year by making a chore chart to teach the kids to help around the house. But will this remedy her exhaustion or double the tantrums? The girls enter a fashion show and the Busbys hope their runway walk doesn't end in chaos.
As Danielle's health concerns grow, Adam reveals a bombshell secret that could mean she's pregnant. The couple's stress skyrockets when one of the quints goes missing. Later, Blayke opens a lemonade stand and the entire family is ready to help.
Adam faces the challenge of pleasing his wife and all six of his daughters for Valentine's Day. And later, Adam and Danielle are stunned by what they learn at Hazel's doctor appointment.
Danielle is ready to get the girls out of diapers and into underwear, but Adam worries about potty disasters. After months away, Mimi asks to meet up with Danielle. Adam's attempt to bond with the girls at NASA's Space Center does not go as planned.
Adam and Danielle hope teaching the Quints to share will stop their constant fighting. Blayke has a gymnastics evaluation but one wrong step may cost her the chance to move up. The Busbys step in to help a family hurt by the hurricane.
The Busby's throw a joint birthday party for the girls, but Danielle also plans individual birthday outings; when Adam's job causes him to miss out on the fun, he faces a big decision; a guest terrifies the girls at the Busby Easter celebration.
The Busbys head to Hawaii, but it's trouble in paradise as the quints have constant meltdowns and Riley gets lost; Danielle and Adam face a tough decision as his desire to quit his job grows; Hazel returns to the eye doctor with surgery looming.
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