Sweet Home Sextuplets
Sweet Home Sextuplets has one or more episodes streaming with subscription on Philo, streaming with subscription on fuboTV, streaming with subscription on Discovery+, and 5 others. It has 26 episodes over 3 seasons. Sweet Home Sextuplets is still airing with no announced date for the next episode or season. It has an average IMDb audience rating of 6.2 (8 votes).
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Season 1Discovery+ | fuboTV | Philo | TLC | Rent or Buy
S01 E01Sep 12, 2018
We're Having SIX-tuplets Sep 12, 2018 The Waldrops are a tight-knit family of five, living on a sheep farm in small town Alabama. Parents Eric and Courtney tried to have one more baby and got the shock of their lives when they discovered Courtney was actually pregnant with sextuplets! Courtney's best friend Emily helps Courtney plan a Gender Reveal 5K Race to help raise money for the soon-to-be super sized family of 11, and the small-town community rallies around the Waldrops. Courtney and Eric are touched by the community's support, and everyone is eager to find out the genders of the six babies. When Courtney is 25 weeks pregnant with sextuplets, she's on strict bed-rest. Courtney needs to be admitted to the hospital soon for 24-hour monitoring, so she's spending as much time as she can with husband Eric and their three boys: Saylor, and twins Bridge and Wales. Courtney's parents, Gary and Ramona, also come by the house to check on Courtney.With sextuplet pregnancies, the chances of pre-term delivery and possible birth defects are very high. Ideally, Courtney will deliver at 28 to 30 weeks so the babies can develop as much as possible before birth. However, the Waldrops are worried the birth can happen much sooner. The sextuplet pregnancy also puts Courtney's life at risk with potential complications. The Waldrops live an hour away from the hospital, and the doctor may admit Courtney into the hospital tomorrow if he feels there are any serious issues. However, the possibility of being away from her three boys for several weeks is an additional challenge Courtney isn't ready to face.The next morning, Courtney has an appointment to see her OB-GYN, Dr. Rushing, to check the health of the babies and Courtney. On the way to the doctor's office, Courtney starts to have contractions. Eric tries to stay calm as they make their way to the clinic. During the ultrasound test, the heart rates for the first two babies are alarmingly high. Courtney and Eric start to panic.The babies' heart rates are checked again, and this time they're back to normal. Eric and Courtney are relieved, but they're still anxious to hear what the doctor has to say. After being checked by Dr. Rushing, Courtney finds out the babies are doing well and she can go home - but only for a few more days. They also discuss the possibility that Courtney may experience complications on delivery day and may need a hysterectomy to prevent a heavy loss of blood that could be life-threatening.Courtney is admitted to the hospital a week later, and she remains on strict bedrest for four more weeks. At 29 weeks and five days, Courtney starts having steady contractions, and it's time for the C-section delivery to begin. The family gathers around to give Courtney their support. Courtney and Eric grow anxious knowing all the complications that could potentially happen with Courtney and the babies. Dr. Rushing and a team of over 30 hospital staff prepare for the high-risk sextuplet delivery. Courtney and Eric are full of emotion as Courtney is wheeled into surgery. Life as the Waldrops know it is about to change forever.
S01 E02Sep 26, 2018
What to Expect When You're Expecting Six Babies Sep 26, 2018 The moment of truth has come for the Waldrops: the sextuplets are on their way! Courtney is wheeled into the delivery room with Eric at her side, where a team of over 30 hospital staff is on hand to assist Dr. Rushing with a high-risk C- section delivery. Each newborn is rushed to a waiting incubator, pausing only for a short glimpse from their parents. Babies A, B, C, and D are delivered quickly, but Baby E becomes trapped. After some maneuvering, Baby E is safely delivered and Baby F follows soon after. The Waldrop sextuplets have arrived. Courtney, Eric, and their three sons Saylor, Bridge, and Wales visit the NICU to see the babies. The older boys meet their newborn siblings for the first time: Blu, Layke, Rawlings, Rayne, Tag, and Rivers. Courtney and Eric are relieved the sextuplets made it through delivery, but they're worried for the journey ahead.Four weeks after delivery, Courtney and Eric make their daily visit to the sextuplets in the NICU. Premature babies are kept in the NICU until they can regulate their own body temperature, bottle-feed, and maintain a safe oxygen level. The girls are progressing faster than the boys. Meanwhile, Layke has been flagged for concern, as he is fussy and struggling to come off his oxygen. Courtney and Eric share a special moment when they are able to hold all six babies at once, bringing Courtney to tears of joy.Seven weeks after delivery, two of the baby girls, Rivers and Rawlings, graduate from the NICU and are brought home to an excited family. The last baby girl, Rayne, follows two weeks later. The family is looking forward to bringing home the three baby boys, but they also know all six babies will be overwhelming.Finally the baby boys are cleared to join the rest of their family at home. However, Layke has been diagnosed with a heart defect. He will have to stay on oxygen and there is a high chance he will need to undergo major corrective surgery. Adding to Courtney and Eric's worry, the flu season has turned into a national crisis, with kids and adults not surviving. If one of the babies catches the flu, it could be devastating.The Waldrops start their first full day with all six babies under one roof. Courtney and Eric are exhausted after being up all night with the babies, but they still need to keep up with a strict feeding schedule. Friends stop by to help, and it's a grueling, monotonous day of nonstop feedings and diaper changes. As the day ends, Courtney and Eric must gather up their energy to bathe all six babies. They're not sure how much longer they can hold up and look forward to getting help from volunteers soon.The next morning, Courtney and her best friend Emily head to a local pharmacy to buy flu prevention supplies for the many volunteers who will soon be helping with the babies. Courtney knows she needs the help but is concerned about the high flu risk. A local pediatrician pays a house call to the Waldrops. She cautions Courtney and Eric to stay vigilant on the flu front. If any of the babies caught the flu, it would send them back to the hospital. This would be especially dangerous for Layke, who continues to struggle with weak lungs.With expenses and health concerns piling up, Courtney and Eric take a moment to sit down and talk over their finances. Since Courtney will not be working any time soon, they will be losing a salary and her health insurance for the family. They are both concerned about the increased flu risk posed by their volunteers. Courtney proposes hiring a nanny, but Eric has no idea how they can afford it. The Waldrops have tough decisions ahead of them.
S01 E03Oct 3, 2018
A Mother's Day Surprise Oct 3, 2018 It's been three months since the Waldrop sextuplets came home, and things have not slowed down for Courtney and Eric. Courtney's mornings are hectic as she checks on babies and hustles the older boys, Saylor, Bridge, and Wales, off to school. Her mother Ramona stays at home to watch the sextuplets, who have all grown bigger and louder. Courtney tells the twins that the family will be going to church on Mother's Day together. This will be their first public outing with the babies. Courtney looks forward to introducing the babies to the community for the first time, but she also worries about disrupting church with six crying babies. Eric is back at work, where he has taken on more clients to keep up with new expenses. The family is still in suspense about Layke's heart defect, as they wait to hear from a cardiologist whether or not Layke will need heart surgery. Later that morning, Courtney is feeding babies with their nanny Kayleigh. Courtney and Eric hired Kayleigh as full-time help shortly after the babies came home from the hospital. After worrying that too many volunteers would put the babies at risk during a major flu crisis, they decided the additional financial expense of a nanny was worth keeping the babies safe. Courtney's best friend Emily also stops by, and they discuss the big trip to church on Mother's Day later that week. Courtney is nervous the babies will make a scene in public, but she also feels the outing is an important step for the family to feel normal again. Once the boys are back from school, the family heads out for a game of baseball in the yard. The game is quickly interrupted by crying babies. Courtney must run to check on them, which puts the game on hold and frustrates the older boys. Courtney struggles with intense guilt about not being able to be there enough for all nine of her kids. The next day, Courtney feels guilty again as she leaves to meet Emily for a pre-Mother's Day lunch. She hates doing anything without her kids, but Eric encourages Courtney to take some time for herself. Secretly, Eric and the boys are planning to make something special for Courtney's Mother's Day gift. They want to paint a canvas with the handprints and footprints of each baby. Even with the help of Kayleigh and Courtney's friend Valerie, this proves to be a very messy, chaotic project. It's the morning of Mother's Day, and the Waldrop house is packed with friends and family who Courtney and Eric have enlisted to help get the babies ready for their big day at church. They are hoping that having all the babies fed will keep them quiet during the service, but the babies are spitting up as fast as they can be fed. On top of that, Courtney insists on taking a series of family photos to mark the occasion. With the clock running down, the family finally loads up behind schedule. The Waldrops make it to church with only a few minutes to spare. Courtney and Eric are now focused on how the babies will behave. Things get off to a bad start when Rawlings starts to cry as the service begins. Eric scoops her up and quickly saves the day. The pastor acknowledges that they have new members and then introduces each baby to applause. Once the service is over, the congregation gathers around the Waldrops to meet the babies. Church members start holding babies, and Courtney panics when she can only count five babies among the growing crowd! After a frantic search, Courtney finally spots the missing baby in the arms of a family friend. Courtney is relieved but considers it a wakeup call. They will have to keep an extra eye on the babies out in public. Back at the Waldrop house after church, the family sits down for a Mother's Day picnic, and the boys present Courtney with her painting. Courtney loves the gift and is especially touched that Eric found a project that the boys and babies could work on together. Eric then reads Courtney a heartfelt letter expressing his love for her and joy for the journey their family is on.
S01 E04Oct 10, 2018
A Whole New Ballgame Oct 10, 2018 It's the weekend, and Eric is helping Courtney with the sextuplets' nonstop feedings. Courtney reminds Eric that the cardiologist appointment for Rivers and Layke is coming up. River has a heart murmur that needs to get checked, and this could be the appointment where Courtney and Eric find out if Layke will need heart surgery soon to fix his heart defect. It's been hard on Eric and Courtney not to breakdown worrying about Layke, but they've also been extremely busy taking care of nine kids. Courtney tells Eric she wants to take the babies to Wales and Bridge's next baseball game. Eric worries the babies will prevent Courtney from being able to watch the game, but Courtney wants to try doing things more as a family while they can knowing Layke may need surgery soon. Courtney's also still determined to make sure she's giving the older boys enough of her attention.Later that day, Courtney and her best friend Emily take the three baby girls, Rawlings, Rayne and Rivers, on their very first Mother-Daughter shopping trip. Emily brings up that Courtney really needs to get a bigger vehicle to fit all their nine kids. Courtney agrees but worries it will be very expensive. Courtney thinks selling the sheep would be a good option to help with a down payment on a passenger van and incoming medical expenses. However, she knows it will be a hard decision for Eric since he's put so much work into the farm.The next day, Eric is at baseball practice getting Wales and Bridge ready for their game, while Courtney and their nanny Kayleigh are home tackling the exhausting job of bathing 6 babies. Kayleigh brings up that Layke's possible surgery would be in Birmingham and asks if Courtney and Eric would stay with Layke throughout his recovery. Courtney says they would definitely want to stay with Layke, but she really worries how they'll be able to find and afford 24-hour care for their 8 other kids.Game day has finally arrived, and Courtney is thrilled to get the babies to the ball field and get back to the Waldrops' active lifestyle. However, as soon as the game begins, the babies all start crying. Eric's fear of Courtney's attention being divided has become a reality. Luckily, good friends are quick to volunteer to help. Courtney is able to calm the babies down and start enjoying the game. Once again, she's that proud momma cheering from the stands for her older boys.That evening, Courtney nervously brings up selling the sheep to Eric. Eric is reluctant to say yes because long-term the regular income from the sheep farm was meant to also help with future expenses. Courtney points out they need a lot of money now for medical expenses and a vehicle that fits their whole family, especially if there's an emergency. Eric finally makes the hard decision to move forward with selling the sheep.The next morning, Eric and Courtney anxiously drive Layke and River to their cardiologist appointment. Dr. Israel checks Rivers first. The test results show Rivers' heart murmur is completely gone. Eric and Courtney are very happy to hear this great news. Then Dr. Israel listens to Layke's heart through the stethoscope and says his heart sounds the same as last time. Courtney and Eric are extremely nervous this means Layke will need surgery soon. Dr. Israel does an echocardiogram on Layke. He determines the hole in Layke's heart valve has actually gotten smaller. The doctor says they don't need to worry about surgery for now, and Courtney and Eric are very relieved. However, they can't completely rule out surgery in the future. Layke will need more follow-up visits to monitor the heart defect.The next day, Eric keeps his promise and sells the sheep to a new owner. Eric is sad to see them go, but he's happy the check they'll be getting will pay for important expenses they have now. It's another hard decision for Eric and Courtney, but they feel good knowing they've done what is needed to take care of their family.
S01 E05Oct 17, 2018
Milestones & Meltdowns Oct 17, 2018 This is a big milestone week for the Waldrops! The twins Wales and Bridge are graduating from kindergarten, and the babies are turning 6-months old. It's also a family tradition to take 6-month photos. Courtney is always excited to take pictures, but she knows it will be a huge challenge with 6 babies. Eric arrives home with the new passenger van, and the family gets nervous as Courtney takes the wheel for their family's first drive. It soon turns into a bumpy, honk-filled adventure. Later that day, Courtney and the baby's nanny Kayleigh work with the babies to help increase their motor skills. At 6-months, babies are usually rolling over and sitting up, but the sextuplets were premature and are still behind developmentally. Courtney's very grateful to have Kayleigh's help because there's no way Courtney could do it alone. Without their daily exercises, the babies would continue to fall behind. Courtney knows it's a strong possibility she'll be losing Kayleigh at some point, since she recently graduated from high school and wants to go to college. However, Courtney's been so busy with the babies, she hasn't had a chance to even think about it.The next day, Courtney, Kayleigh, and friends Emily and Valerie are getting the house ready for an important meeting with the mayor and other town officials. Courtney wants to pitch an idea of holding a 5K charity event as a way to give back to the community that has supported their family so much this year. Before the officials arrive, Emily notices a rash on Rayne. Fearing the rash could be contagious, Courtney immediately takes pictures and sends them to the babies' nurse. After checking the rest of the babies to make sure the rash hasn't already spread, Courtney receives a text from the nurse saying the rash isn't contagious and will clear up in a few days.The town officials show up and immediately start helping with the babies. The Mayor volunteers to hold Blu, but he gets more than he bargained for when he quickly realizes he's holding the heaviest baby. Just as Courtney finishes her pitch for the 5K event, Rawlings gets choked while being fed by the Communications Director. Everyone is relieved when Rawlings quickly recovers. Then the Mayor gives his approval for the 5K event. Courtney is thrilled, but there's still a lot of planning to do.It's Kindergarten Graduation Day! As they're getting ready, Bridge has a major meltdown because he doesn't like his shoes. With six babies also crying, Eric and Courtney struggle to get everyone out the door. Then Bridge finally calms down, Courtney takes some pictures, and they're on their way. At graduation, seeing Wales and Bridge on stage makes Courtney emotional. Time is going by too fast.With only a few weeks to plan the 5K event, Courtney and friends meet again to get started. However, before they get very far, a storm hits! In a panic to get the older kids safely in the house, Courtney runs outside with a baby in her arms. Kayleigh quickly grabs the baby from Courtney, so they can safely get everyone in the house. With a short amount of time to plan the 5K, 9 kids to look after, and unpredictable weather conditions, Courtney fears she's taken on too much. Now it's time for the sextuplets' 6-month photo shoot. Courtney's excited but also worried about getting the perfect picture because none of the babies are sitting up yet. All six babies start crying and screaming one after another. It's complete chaos, and the group photo is a disaster. Feeling defeated, Courtney moves onto individual pictures. On the very last picture of the day, one of the babies surprises everyone by sitting up!After a hectic week, Courtney is glad to just be focused on feeding her six babies with Emily and Kayleigh. Emily asks Kayleigh about nursing school, and Kayleigh informs them she might get an acceptance letter very soon. Courtney is caught off guard and has no idea what the family will do if they lose Kayleigh.
S01 E06Oct 24, 2018
No Finish Line with Nine Oct 24, 2018 It's another big week for the Waldrops. They are hosting a 5K charity event to raise money for local charities and are dedicating the babies to the church. Before the hectic week begins, it's time for the sextuplets to eat baby food for the first time. The 3 older brothers Saylor, Bridge, and Wales are excited to help their parents with this messy task. The babies clearly have no idea what's happening and mostly spit the food back out. By the end, all 6 babies are covered in orange, and everyone agrees Blu is the messiest. Later that day, the local news is at the Waldrop house to catch up with the family and help Eric and Courtney get the word out about the 5K charity race. It's been hard to plan and promote the event while also taking care of 9 kids. Courtney is worried they will have a small turnout and won't be able to reach their goal to raise $5000. That evening, Saylor, Wales and Bridge want to serve a nice dinner for Courtney and Eric. Courtney knows how much the boys love playing restaurant, so she and Eric are more than happy to play along and spend quality time with the boys. During dinner, Courtney brings up to Eric that their nanny Kayleigh will find out soon if she's getting into nursing school. They have no idea how they would replace her. Courtney also reminds Eric her maternity leave is almost over. Since Courtney won't be going back to work any time soon, their health insurance costs will be more costly. Eric has no idea where that money is going to come from. The next day, a physical therapist comes to assess the babies' motor skills. Courtney and Eric are worried Layke is behind because of his heart defect. The therapist gives tips on how to help the babies start crawling and holding their bottles. She works with Layke by propping him up against the wall. Courtney and Eric are amazed to see Layke standing by himself against the wall! They feel very blessed with how far the babies have come. This makes their Dedication Ceremony this week even more special. It's 5K Race Day. Courtney receives many calls from friends who say they can't make it. Courtney begins to panic. As the event starts, more people show up. Eric runs the race with the older boys, as Courtney cheers on runners with the babies. After the race, Courtney takes the stage to reveal the amount they raised. Courtney and Eric are thrilled to announce they raised over $5000 and made their goal! The next evening, Courtney and Eric go on a rare date night. While reflecting on having 9 kids, Eric is concerned about the loss of Kayleigh. Courtney proposes a crazy idea to help save money. Since the babies will be holding their bottles and will all be sitting up soon, she thinks they won't need to replace Kayleigh. Eric strongly disagrees. He believes it's not realistic, especially since the babies will also be crawling soon and Courtney will be chasing around 6 babies and 3 older boys. The next day, Courtney enjoys help from the twins cleaning bottles and even changing a diaper. Courtney appreciates the boys being helpful, but she's still worried about losing Kayleigh. Courtney knows Eric doesn't want her to take on too much, but she also wants to take some of the burden off of Eric's shoulders. Courtney and Eric throw a barbecue to thank all the 5K race volunteers. Kayleigh finally reveals that she got into nursing school. Courtney's friends ask what they are going to do to replace Kayleigh. Courtney says she can take care of the kids by herself, but everyone is worried this will be too much on her. Courtney is determined to buckle down and do this for her family. On Sunday, Courtney and Eric gather the family for the babies' Dedication Ceremony. Eric gives an emotional speech, remembering all the trials and tribulations the family has faced this year. Eric and Courtney know their family still has many more hurdles to go through, but they find strength knowing they have their faith, the community, and their love for each other.
Season 2Discovery+ | fuboTV | Philo | TLC | Rent or Buy
S02 E01May 23, 2019
We Survived a Year...Barely May 23, 2019 Life has changed a lot in the past year for all eleven members of the Waldrop family in their sweet home. The sextuplet's first birthday party is in a few days and before the celebration, the family makes a trip back to where it all began - the NICU at Huntsville Hospital. Courtney and Eric are excited to show the hospital staff just how far the babies have come over the past year and get emotional expressing how thankful they are for all the doctors and nurses who took such great care in delivering their miracle babies. None of this would be possible without them. The family returns home to serve up another first - the babies' first ravioli! The ravioli proves very popular with the babies and they end up wearing as much or more than they eat of it. While cleaning up the babies, Courtney tells Eric how she can't wait to have all the family be able to eat dinner together at the same table. With a family of eleven and six growing babies they are very quickly outgrowing their house.After their long day, the babies seem to have even more energy while getting ready for bed. Saylor, Bridge and Wales laugh and play with the babies as Eric and Courtney run around trying to manage bottle thieves and chase babies who are trying to play in the toilet! But, it's just a typical night at the Waldrop house.The sextuplet's first birthday party is quickly approaching and Courtney tries to organize and prepare party decorations for the Winter One-derland party while simultaneously watching and caring for six babies on her own. But with Courtney chasing after Rawlings trying to eat a stink bug, and trying to keep Tag from repeatedly pulling up vent covers, the party decorations sit unfinished and Courtney is overwhelmed. The next morning she finds it has all caught up with her after being up most of the night with sleepless babies. Courtney confesses to Eric that her body may be shutting down from exhaustion and he suggests that her dad, Gerry come to watch the babies so that Courtney can get some rest. She reluctantly accepts the help but Gerry has never watched all six babies by himself before! Gerry's confidence quickly turns to disbelief as he struggles to feed and care for all the babies - things are much different than when they were infants! Courtney emerges later having gotten some much needed rest and just in time to rescue Gerry from his own exhaustion.Later that evening, Courtney asks the boys to help watch the babies so she can try to get some chores accomplished that day. She returns to find nine kids and nine puppies running wild in the baby room. Just as she's trying to decide whether to gather puppies first or to clean up pee, Eric returns home to help wrangle. As things calm down before bedtime, Courtney and Eric are able to catch up on the day. Courtney assures Eric that she feels better after getting some rest today and Eric is relieved she was able to rest and also allow someone to help out watching the babies. Now, they all have to get some rest because tomorrow is the big day - the babies' first birthday party!It's the morning of the Winter One-derland party and Courtney's friends have arrived to help set up. Their plan of divide and conquer pays off and Courtney is amazed at how they were able to pull everything together. The party tent is beautifully decorated and Courtney and Eric have invited friends, family and community to celebrate this huge milestone and to thank everyone for all their love and support. The babies are adorable in their birthday crowns and endure taking birthday photos with their individual smash cakes before they are able to dig in. Once they do, Courtney is able to also get pictures of the babies both eating and wearing their cakes! The babies are covered in cake and having a blast and suddenly Tag blurts out "da da". Courtney and Eric are thrilled to have one of the babies say their first word, especially at their first birthday party.
S02 E02Jun 5, 2019
Christmas Miracles & Meltdowns Jun 5, 2019 It's Christmas time and the Waldrop family kicks off a series of family traditions with a visit to see Santa! This is the first Christmas that the sextuplets are celebrating at home with the family and Courtney wants to make sure that they don't miss out on any part of the festivities. While preparing six babies to go see Santa in the chaos of the baby room, Courtney is reminded of just how quickly the family is outgrowing their house. The family drives out to visit Santa, where Courtney faces tears and fits to get the sextuplets' first photo with Santa. Even though it is Christmas, Saylor plays sports year round and Eric coaches him and takes him to practices. He and Saylor meet friends at the batting cages and the subject of selling the family house and land are heavy on Eric's mind as he discusses this new challenge and the possibility of this being their last Christmas in their house. It has always been Eric's dream to have land and raise his kids on a farm. Although he does understand Courtney's concerns about the house, he's just not ready to get let go of it all. This year, Courtney is determined to have a real Christmas tree and bring all the babies along to the Christmas tree farm to pick one out. While at the tree farm, the boys pick out a different tree than Courtney, so she convinces them to ask Eric to get two trees.While decorating their Christmas tree, Courtney and Eric quickly find out that it is impossible to wrangle the babies outside of the baby room. After deciding to put the babies back in their room, Courtney and Eric discover that Blu is missing! A frantic search ends after finding Blu safe in the nursery. As Christmas approaches, the big boys head over to Granna's to craft homemade gifts while Courtney and Eric wrap presents at home with the babies. Courtney brings up a couple uncomfortable subjects the puppies and their house. The boys have their heart set on keeping a puppy but Eric does not agree that they need another mouth to feed. He also doesn't want to be the bad guy this time so Courtney will have to tell the boys no. Their talk turns back to possibility of selling the land as Courtney is becoming increasingly frustrated with their lack of space. Eric is still not convinced they should sell and the timing of all this right at the holidays makes the decision that much harder. On Christmas Eve, the family packs up to celebrate together at Granna and Popsie's house. It's a family tradition and also the first time for the babies to visit their grandparent's house. Granna suggests Courtney allowing the babies to sleepover one night soon. Courtney is not sure she is ready for any of the babies to sleep away from home yet but Eric jokes he will bring them all over any time. Back at home, Courtney and Eric try to get the boys and babies to sleep for the night, in hopes that everyone will wake up in good spirits for Christmas morning. Christmas morning is extra exciting this year with all nine kids at home. Courtney and Eric recall that it was this time last year that they could even hold the babies for the first time. To add to all the Christmas joy, Rivers takes her very first steps! Courtney receives an unexpected text that a family would like to take their last puppy. She's faced with breaking the news to the boys in hopes that they will let the last puppy go without a fight.
S02 E03Jun 12, 2019
Holding On and Letting Go Jun 12, 2019 Saylor, Wales, and Bridge share birthdays that are very close, so the Waldrops always plan and celebrate with a combo party for them and this year is no exception. The twins are turning seven and Saylor will be ten years old double digits! Time is flying by and these birthdays are reminding Courtney to make sure she doesn't miss a single moment with her big boys. It is important to her to make sure that the boys' party feels just as special as the babies' birthday party. The sextuplets take up so much of her time and attention and she doesn't want the big boys to feel like they're not also getting the attention they deserve. Courtney takes advantage of a quiet moment with Eric to ask if he's given any more thought to selling their house and land. Staying home with six growing babies every day is making her anxious for a solution to their space issues. Eric shares that he has some ideas for major changes, but he wants to make sure he has the answers to all her questions before he reveals his plans. After spending the afternoon shopping with Valerie for the boys' birthday party, Courtney returns home to get the babies ready to all go out for Saylor's basketball game. Courtney is determined to keep everyone together for things like the boys' ball games even if it means juggling six babies. But despite her best intentions, Courtney is unable to be fully present for Saylor's game performance while also caring for the sextuplets. Eric tries to talk Courtney down from her self-imposed guilt and unrealistic expectation that she give her undivided attention to all nine kids. He suggests that she consider letting her parents watch Tag overnight to help her release some of the pressure she puts on herself to do it all. Eric finally reveals to Courtney his ideas about the house and land he wants to get cows. Eric explains that the cows will be less time consuming than the sheep were and although it's a big investment, they can use it as a saving account for the kids when they sell off calves. Courtney knows that this decision will keep them on their land but doesn't solve their space issue in the house. Eric wants to remodel their existing house to make it work for their family. This solution leaves Courtney with even more questions: how will they remodel and where will they stay during the process? She's not sold on the idea. The day of the boys' combo birthday party arrives and, despite Courtney's worries, they have a fantastic time! They couldn't be happier running around and playing with their friends in the bouncy house and giant inflatable slide. Courtney and Eric are relieved that the boys' party was a success. Courtney realizes that as the boys get older, they don't always need her attention all the time they way they once did. After the party, Eric pushes Courtney to make a decision about the cows. The seller now has another potential buyer and so it's time to pull the trigger on this deal. Courtney's faith and trust in Eric is enough to convince her to stay in their house and commit to getting cows, but they still need to figure out how they can grow in their house. In the meantime, Tag's sleepover at Granna and Popsie's has been arranged and Courtney is preparing and packing for Tag's overnight stay. Eric takes Tag over to Granna and Popsie's leaving Courtney to wonder if she will be able to stand being away from one of her babies all night. She hasn't been away from any of the babies since they came home from the NICU. But Granna and Popsie are thrilled to have Tag stay over and hope that this will lead to getting to have more of the babies stay overnight. After a rough night for Courtney where she almost breaks down, Popsie returns Tag to his loving mother's arms, and she couldn't be happier. A couple days later, Eric brings the cows home and introduces them to Courtney and the big boys.
S02 E04Jun 19, 2019
The Flu Scare Jun 19, 2019 Since the recent acquisition of cows has them committed to stay on their land, the Waldrop's have hired on a contractor to help them figure out how to remodel their house to accommodate all eleven family members. Courtney and Eric discuss some of their needs while bathing each baby individually in the baby room farm sink. The babies and all of their stuff have outgrown the baby room and they're even getting too big to bathe in the sink! They need bigger closets, laundry room, kitchen and a tub big enough to wash all six babies at once. To add to their concerns, Layke's cardiologist appointment is coming up and this one will likely determine whether or not he will need to have surgery to repair the hole in his heart. Layke's last check-up appointment was eight months ago and he seems to be doing well, so news that he would need heart surgery would be devastating. In the morning Ramona and Pam arrive to help watch the babies while Courtney and Eric tour the house with their contractor Whitt. It is their first meeting with Whitt and they have a long list of things to discuss with him about their remodel. At the beginning of their meeting, Courtney and Eric share that although their square footage is adequate, it just isn't functional for eleven people. They don't want to add any bedrooms, but do want to open up and repurpose their living areas. An open floor plan is necessary so that Courtney can see all six babies while she's in the kitchen. Whitt's suggestion of taking off their roof to expand the attic room causes Courtney to panic and question if they should just build a brand new house. But, Eric is stunned at her sudden pivot and he does not agree that a brand new house build would end up being perfect for them or be an easier solution. That afternoon Saylor returns from school and tells Courtney that he hasn't been feeling well since lunchtime. His chest and throat are hurting and a lot of his classmates have been out sick with the flu. Last year, the Waldrops were able to avoid the flu, but today, with Saylor's temperature at 102.5, it doesn't look like they will avoid it this year. In fact, Courtney's flu fears come true as all the big boys become sick with the flu and then all the babies, with Layke being of special concern with his heart defect. Hopefully, Courtney and Eric can avoid coming down with the flu so that they can take care of all nine kids. Several days into their illness, Courtney becomes alarmed that the babies may become dehydrated since they have high fevers and are not wanting to eat or drink. The doctor instructs her to monitor the babies and try to keep them eating, drinking and resting. Courtney and Eric spend over a week trying to care for six crying, restless and achy babies without getting much rest for themselves. But the big boys are feeling better and eventually the babies' fevers begin to subside, except for Layke who doesn't seem to be fighting it off as well as the others. Layke is the last one to break his fever ending the Waldrop's battle with the flu. At Layke's doctor's appointment, Courtney and Eric were relieved to hear that Layke's heart defect was not a factor in his lingering fever. However, right before the doctor even inspects Layke's heart, Courtney runs to the restroom in time to be sick herself. She returns claiming to feel better only to receive the news that Layke's hole in his heart has not closed up. The doctors tells them that the hole has gotten smaller though and therefore will no longer cause Layke any issues. Courtney and Eric's relief is short lived as she falls faint on the doctor's office floor. She tells the doctor that she got light headed and is feeling dizzy. She is quickly diagnosed with a stomach bug that likely came from the kids. Eric is worried that everything is catching up to Courtney: dealing with the kids having the flu, Layke's appointment and the upcoming remodel on the house.
S02 E05Jun 26, 2019
Valentines - Times Nine! Jun 26, 2019 This year, Courtney and Eric decide to spread the love on Valentine's Day by celebrating with the whole family. They take the babies out to their first restaurant for dinner. Courtney and Eric can barely eat while watching the babies to make sure no one is choking, grabbing things they shouldn't, or coming out of their chair. They discuss the possibility of staying in their home during the remodel or finding a place to rent. Courtney is concerned that construction will disrupt the babies' sleep schedule, so she is leaning toward a rental house as a solution for them. But Eric is thinking about the money they could save by staying in their house if the babies can handle the construction noise. Wales and Bridge spend the next afternoon working on their cabin clubhouse. Courtney takes advantage of a Valerie visit to spend some time outside with the twins. As she approaches the boys, Wales tells her it's club members only and in order to be allowed in their club, she must pass a series of building tests. The boys have Courtney hammering and sawing and she even holds a worm to try to win access to their club. The boys are growing up and Courtney wants to make sure they don't also grow away.The remodel is two weeks away and the upstairs must be entirely cleared out before the construction crew starts. So, Gerry and Courtney's friends Gigi and Marsha have come over to help her either move things from the upstairs or watch the babies. While moving containers upstairs, Courtney discovers a snake inside one of them. Courtney calls Eric and tells him to get home fast since they found a snake and they are not sure if it's poisonous or not. Eric rushes to the house and determines that it's a rat snake, which is not poisonous but he still needs to get it out of the house. The whole snake scare has Courtney wanting to find a rental house during construction in case they come across any more snakes poisonous or not!The next afternoon while Courtney and Eric watch the boys play, Eric tells Courtney that he spoke with the realtor and she has a couple options for rental homes for them to view. It will be challenging to find a rental house that makes sense for a family of eleven and one that is also close to their own house. In the meantime, Courtney has decided to take the boys out on Valentine's dates to spend more quality time with them and they can decide where they want to go. Wales suggests they go to the hardware store so he can get more supplies for his cabin clubhouse. Bridge also wants to go to the hardware store so the twins are excited to both go to the store just don't call it a date!While Courtney takes the twins to the hardware store, Saylor stays home to help Eric watch the babies. This outing with Wales and Bridge gives Eric some much appreciated time with the babies. After the babies are fed and their room swept up, Eric asks Saylor if he has any ideas for a Valentine's Day gift for Courtney. Saylor suggests that the babies dress up as cupids for a Valentine's Day themed photo since Courtney loves pictures so much. Eric thinks this is a great idea and he could organize it during Saylor's date with Courtney so it will be a surprise. At the hardware store, Courtney receives some unexpected Valentine's news from Wales. He tells her that Bridge has a girlfriend and that he used to have five girlfriends. Courtney is surprised to learn this and more surprised that Eric already knew about it! The boys are too young for girlfriends now, but maybe when they're in the eighth grade they can have them because that's when Courtney and Eric started dating.Courtney and the twins return home and the boys are excited to show Eric the tools that they bought. Courtney asks the boys if she can be allowed into their club now Bridge says no but Wales agrees to let her in since they did get some cool tools today. After putting the babies to bed, Eric mentions that they have to go see the rental house options tomorrow.
S02 E06Jul 3, 2019
Vacation: Impossible Jul 3, 2019 The Waldrops are taking their first family vacation with the sextuplets to Dollywood! Construction is about to start on their remodel and Courtney feels it would be safer to have everyone out of the house at least while the roof is off. They join Valerie and Emily's family, Ramona, Gerry and Pam for a total of twenty three people going along on this vacation. The babies have never had an overnight trip away from home and Courtney has to pack for herself and all nine of the kids. A thunderstorm is forecasted at the end of the week and Courtney and Eric are concerned that the roof will not be replaced in time. The morning of vacation Courtney scrambles to finish the last minute packing of all the essentials needed for taking the babies away for three nights. They even had to rent a bigger van than their normal one to accommodate all of their luggage and supplies. The cabin they rented is four hours away in Pigeon Forge and the babies have never been on such a long road trip. Courtney is looking forward to staying with everyone in the cabin but has concerns that they will negatively impact everyone else's vacation. Not even halfway into their drive to the cabin, the babies are fine but it's the boys who are melting down. The Waldrops are the last to arrive at the cabin. There is plenty of room for everyone and the boys are excited to run around and explore all the fun things the cabin has to offer a movie theater, game area, hot tubs. But Courtney and Eric have to get the babies' table and pack and plays set up and get them fed. At least there are lots of other helping hands to help watch and take care of the babies. The next morning everyone heads out to Dollywood. The babies ride their very first rides and even Popsie rides a roller coaster. Bridge gets upset when he discovers that he is not quite tall enough to ride the big roller coaster even though Wales also has to sit it out with him. Wales tries to comfort Bridge by saying they can ride it next year but that just seems too far away for Bridge at the moment. Ramona watches the babies while Courtney and Eric are on a ride with Saylor and the babies start to cry and don't stop until Courtney returns. They decide to ride one last ride all together before leaving the park. It was a long fun day at Dollywood and everyone is happy to get back to the cabin for the night. After putting the babies to bed, Courtney asks Eric if he has any updates from their contractor Whitt. Eric says he got a text from Whitt saying there was no rain today and they were able to get the roof tarped. Also, Whitt will have an extra crew in tomorrow to help get their roof put back together faster. Courtney is relieved, for now. The second day of vacation will take place at Wonderworks which is basically an indoor amusement park. At Wonderworks, the big boys participate in a ropes course, the babies are mesmerized by giant bubbles and everyone takes in a magic show. Wales and Bridge get chosen to be part of a disappearing trick that involves locking the boys in a box with a giant saw blade coming towards it. Courtney screams as the saw blade enters the box while the magician seems to struggle with the lock to let the boys out. But, when the magician finally opens the door to the box, Wales and Bridge are not there. The boys magically appear behind them in the audience and everyone laughs and claps but Courtney says her heart was still pounding out of her chest. For their last night at the cabin, they decide to stay in and grill hamburgers and hotdogs. Courtney wants to check in with Whitt since she has a feeling that it is going to rain tonight. Whitt answers their call and says he thinks the roof should be dried in tomorrow before the rains come. Courtney hopes there isn't a storm and that they can avoid any leaks.
S02 E07Jul 9, 2019
Una familia en construcción Jul 9, 2019 A Courtney le preocupan los sextillizos.
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S03 E01Jun 17, 2020
A Six-Ring Circus Jun 17, 2020 It's Halloween in Alabama and the Waldrop sextuplets, a couple months shy of their 2nd birthday, are already little terrors. They've discovered the art of climbing - everywhere their little feet can take them. The boys love messing up and the girls love dressing up. And with six active little babies with little minds of their own, Courtney and Eric are concerned how they manage all six while trick or treating. Courtney decides that the safest way to keep a rein all the babies on Halloween is to use harnesses; an option that is met with some disapproving eyes. The babies get their first haircuts... well not really. Tag gets his first haircut but the family has been eager to cut his "rattail." Eric finds the time in his busy work schedule to meet Courtney at the hair salon to witness the babies' first haircuts. Back at the house, Courtney and Eric discuss the next phase of the remodel. The first phase of their remodel left Eric and Courtney without a master bedroom and bathroom. Courtney has been waiting patiently to be able to use a bathroom without nine kids busting in on her. Unfortunately she may have to wait a little longer. Financially they can only work with the space they have vs. adding additional space. Eric tells a disappointed Courtney that they may never get a master bedroom and bathroom.Halloween arrives and everyone including the sextuplets is ready to trick-or-treat; everyone that is except Eric, whose one-size-fits-most costume isn't fitting most of him. A good sport sporting an extra-large wedgie, Eric and the family make it out of the house for the babies' first trick-or-treating experience. After putting the babies to bed, Courtney & Eric discuss where they might live during the next phase of the remodel. Courtney has a surprise of her own. She wants to move the family into a mobile home on the property during construction. Eric is stunned, and not in a good way.
S03 E02Jun 24, 2020
Karate Kids Jun 24, 2020 The Waldrops head out for a day at the zoo and on the drive over, the twins ask about trying karate. Courtney and Eric tell them that if they are serious about it, they wouldn't have time to do their other sports - they would have to make a choice to give one up. After the zoo, Courtney says the babies are ready to step up their development by going to preschool. The babies are behind in their verbal development, so the hope is an early start with older kids will help give them a boost. Courtney then convinces Eric to check out some mobile homes to live in during the remodel, although Eric is still incredibly skeptical that they would be comfortable in one. At basketball practice, coach Eric talks with the twins about signing them up for a karate introduction class to see if they like it. The twins are excited, but Eric fears they might choose to take karate and quit basketball, which would hurt his feelings. Courtney, Eric, and the older boys take a trip to tour different mobile homes. Feeling like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Eric reluctantly agrees to Courtney's wishes when they find one in their budget. Later, at karate class Wales and Bridge enthusiastically dive right in, receiving praise from the instructor. Saylor on the other hand does not take to it at all, wincing like an old man during every move!On the morning of preschool, Courtney starts to worry about how the babies will react, since the girls are so attached to her. When she drops them off, the girls start to cry for her as she leaves. At home, Courtney gets emotional with Valerie while worrying if preschool has been traumatizing for the babies. When Courtney picks them up, the instructor tells her that the girls warmed up and the class was a success, although the second day could present another challenge when they realize where they're going. During lunch with the family, Courtney and Eric press the boys to make a decision about karate. The twins like karate but don't want to give up any other sports which ultimately leads to Courtney and Eric caving in and letting them continue with everything. The twins celebrate! Courtney then picks out a spot for the mobile home, and Eric cautions her for the wild ride that's about to ensue!
S03 E03Jul 1, 2020
Time for Time Outs Jul 1, 2020 It's Time Out time at the Waldrop house, as bad behavior leads Courtney and Eric to start disciplining the sextuplets, but implementing punishment is easier said than done. After an emotional first day at preschool, Courtney takes the babies to a painting class in the hope that socializing them will prepare them for their return to school, but the girls' response to painting leaves something to be desired. As the babies head off to their second day of preschool, Courtney raises her concerns about the babies' verbal development. Meanwhile, Eric is busy preparing the property for the arrival of the family's new mobile home, but when he asks the older boys to lend a hand, their competitiveness becomes more of a hindrance than help. Hoping their attention will put an end to the bickering, Courtney and Eric take the boys on an exciting overnight adventure, but tensions continue to escalate, leaving the parents worried for the future. While on the trip, Courtney and Eric receive shocking news about the mobile home. Back at home, Ramona and Popsie are charged with taking care of and disciplining all six babies, a task that might just be too much for the grandparents. Despite his exhaustion, Popsie plans a fun surprise with the babies to welcome Courtney and Eric home. With the sextuplets assigned to be flower girls and ring bearers in Kayleigh's upcoming wedding, Courtney and her friends worry something may ruin the big day a fear that comes to fruition the morning of the wedding.
S03 E04Jul 8, 2020
Toddlers and Turkeys Jul 8, 2020 Courtney has promised Kayleigh, her close family friend, that the babies would be ring bearers and flower girls in her wedding, but the problem is that Courtney can't make it to the wedding! Courtney discovers that her van's battery is dead and Eric does his best to help Courtney, Valerie and Emily jump start the car, but the trio bumbles their way through it. With little time to spare they get the van started and make it to Kayleigh's wedding just in time. Most of the babies make it down the aisle, so today ends up being a success. Later that evening Eric and Courtney prep for tomorrow's mobile home delivery, while dreading the move and the prospect of living in a mobile home for months during their house construction. The mobile home arrives and nearly doesn't fit onto their property. After the mobile home is fully constructed the boys check it out but are skeptical that it's going to fit their family of 11. Before moving into the mobile home Courtney takes the babies to Imagination Place to further their mental and social development. While there Courtney confides in Emily that she's worried about being cooped up in the mobile home during winter and is dreading moving day. Courtney hasn't even started packing! The next day is finally moving day and it's total chaos babies get in the way, the boys run around wild, and nothing is fitting. First Eric can't get the washer through the doors, so he and his dad have to remove pieces of the door frame. Second, the boys' beds barely fit; there's only a small area of walking space left in their bedroom. Finally, the biggest fear and concern will the babies' cribs fit? After squeezing the cribs through the door, they barely get all 6 cribs in the bedroom. Courtney and Eric are temporarily relieved, but their stress levels rise once the babies enter the mobile home and wreak havoc on a home that hasn't been baby proofed. Before Courtney dives into Thanksgiving she and the boys give thanks by prepping Christmas boxes for charity. The boys and Courtney fill shoe boxes with toys and sundries for needy children. Courtney is grateful that her boys care and she reminisces about how much the community cared for her when she was pregnant with the sextuplets. The next day the boys also help their dad grocery shop for Thanksgiving. Gerry, Courtney's dad, is a manager at the store and helps Eric find everything on his list. Eric worries whether they'll have enough space for Thanksgiving in their mobile home. Thanksgiving Day is here and it's clear that Courtney is lacking in culinary skills, but Valerie and Emily aren't much help either. Courtney worries that the turkey won't be edible, and everyone will have to eat side dishes. Guests finally start to arrive, and it's clear it's a small space, but they make it work. Everyone sort of finds a place to eat and it's clear the turkey isn't that great, but ultimately no one minds because they're surrounded by loved ones.
S03 E05Jul 15, 2020
30,000 Dirty Diapers Jul 15, 2020 The Waldrops have only been in their mobile home for a couple weeks and they're already going stir crazy. The babies are climbing the walls, the big boys are on top of each other, and Saylor wants his brothers to be spanked for their disgusting messiness. On top of everything, the Waldrops are about to start construction and celebrate 9 approaching kid birthdays, for which Courtney hasn't done a lick of preparation. With construction about to begin, Courtney and Eric decide it would be a great time to start potty training. They would love to rid the house of smelly diapers before moving back into their newly renovated, freshly painted house. Eric doesn't want to find any unexpected surprises in the cracks of their newly laid hardwood floor. Emily and Valerie think Courtney is crazy for trying to potty train 6 toddlers in a tiny mobile home, even if she can find room to fit six potties. Val worries it's only a matter of time before Courtney is slipping and sliding on pee and poop. But Courtney is committed.Courtney decides she wants to combine the babies' birthday with the big boys and have one big party in order to save time and money. While Emily and Valerie sympathize with Courtney's current predicament, they don't believe the big boys are going to be excited with this idea. They've already shared their birthday's in the past so this is a big ask to share with 6 toddlers. Eric is even more doubtful and doesn't want to move forward unless the boys are fully on-board. When Courtney and Eric reveal their idea to the boys, the response is less than enthusiastic.Eric shows Courtney the progress on the remodel. Construction is moving more smoothly than expected, and after crunching some numbers. Eric thinks they can go ahead with adding the master bed and bath. But surprisingly, Courtney is not on board. She's now worried at the additional expense but most importantly she's worried what that means for the family. Eric tells Courtney it means they'll be in the mobile home longer. Courtney is panicked, "no, no, no!"
S03 E06Sep 30, 2020
Mobile Home for the Holidays Sep 30, 2020 This Christmas, the Waldrops aren't decking the halls -- they're going stir-crazy inside the mobile home walls! They have to get a tree, visit Santa and try to keep Christmas special for the kids. Courtney also opens up about her postpartum hair loss.
S03 E07Oct 6, 2020
Caídas y tornados Oct 6, 2020 Los Waldrop deben evacuar su casa móvil.