Most people have their hands full when they have a baby.
So what's it like to care for six newborns at the same time?
The mother of sextuplets showed Judd Davis.
This was Heather Carroll back in may. She was about 4-months pregnant.
"The way she started the ultrasound she said I see multiples, she said I see two, and then she said OK here's three and then she covered her mouth and said there's four and then she's like oh no there's five."
It got up to six. The Carroll sextuplets were on the way. And now at 5-months old we get to meet them all.
"This is Abby, this is our biggest little girl, Abby's our biggest eater, we call her our chunky monkey, Brooke is the one that's got the most beautiful smile, when you see her."
"This is Miss Ellie."
"Ellie was our one pound, eight ounce little girl. She's going to be our talker. And over here in the bouncer we have David, and he's just very content."
"I know what you're saying."
"And Chloe is our drama queen, she cries over everything, Faith is our smaller one, one pound five ounce, and she is the one I think is going to be into everything."
The Carroll sextuplets, they keep mom running.
"I feel like I feed all day long. We make about 2 gallons of formula every day."
And there's sometimes a waiting list at the changing table - they go through some serious diapers.
"About 50 probably each day."
Sure it's a lot of work, but the Carrolls have a lot help; somebody comes by every day. The biggest challenge for the guests, making sure they remember who's who.
"My husband's aunt decided to paint each one of their fingernails to decide who was who."
But if you're looking for drama and chaos, so far heather hasn't seen it.
"People come by and they're expecting it to be like Jon and Kate, just constant screaming, running around chaos, and it's nothing like that."
She doesn't have much free time, but heather wouldn't have it any other way.
"Seeing them smile and giggle at the same time it just makes it all worth everything we went through."
The Carroll six pack.. From left to right... Abbie.. Brooklyn... Chloe... David... Ellie... And faith.
The sextuplets have an brother named Grant.
He's two years old.
The Carrolls did in vitro fertilization.
They say they're not planning on having any more kids after this.
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