Days of Our Fives: Parents of All-Girl Quintuplets Discuss Challenges of Raising So Many Babies

Adam and Danielle Busby are the proud parents of six girls, five of them quintuplets.

Just ahead of the season two premiere of OutDaughtered, the proud parents of the first all-girl quintuplets born in America are speaking out.

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Adam and Danielle Busby have their hands full with their six children, which include the quintuplets, who are now 19 months old.

In season two, big sister Blayke starts kindergarten as one-year-old Riley, Ava, Olivia, Hazel and Parker, can walk, crawl and climb, making for constant entertainment and nonstop supervision.

Adam told Inside Edition: “The biggest challenge is going anywhere. Just to pack up something and get them out of the house. It takes a lot.”

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“It still is a shock that these are our kids. I mean we have five babies — all ours and it's all at one time. It's amazing,” Danielle told Inside Edition. “I believe our story is extraordinary. We never ever thought it would ever happen to just normal people like us. But, it's been a ride and I wouldn't change it for the world.”

The second season of Outdaughtered premieres Tuesday night on TLC.

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