GOOD NEWS America's First All-Girl Quintuplets Are Home from Hospital
America’s first all-girl quintuplets are finally back together again now that the last baby has returned home from the hospital.
Olivia, Ava, Hazel, Parker and Riley were born back in April, weighing between 2 pounds and 2 pounds, 6 ounces each. Ava rejoined her sisters at their Texas home this week after spending three months in the intensive care unit.
The quintuplets, their parents Danielle and Adam Busby, and their 4-year-old sister Blayke were on “Fox and Friends” this morning.
Adam said it’s such a relief to have all of the babies home. Their big sister Blayke echoed the sentiment.
“I love my baby sisters so much,” she said.
Adam told Elisabeth Hasselbeck that he and Danielle each feed two babies in the middle of the night, and then play “rock, paper, scissor” to determine who will feed the fifth while the other parent goes back to sleep. The babies go through 40 bottles and 60 diapers each day.
Danielle said that her mother, sister, Adam’s parents, and their friends have all been a big help in taking care of the kids.
Watch the "Fox and Friends" interview below.