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Multiples are just more fun!
I’ve always loved being a twin, but to be honest, I’m glad I never had twins… it would be so much work.
And I really can not imagine having sextuplets!!!
I have two girls — now ages 8 and 11 — and getting this far has felt like chaos most days. I never feel like I’ve got this parenting gig under control.
So it makes me feel a little better when I can turn on the TV and watch a family with even more chaos but still with lots of love enjoying their family adventures.
As parents, it’s always nice to know we’re not alone. But it’s not just us… Kids love watching other kids experience daily life. You can see by the explosion of young YouTube stars, that kids of all ages want to watch reality-style videos of other kids.
Growing Up McGhee
Growing Up McGhee is a new TV series featuring Ro and Mia McGhee and their super cute, 5 year old sextuplets.
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The world first met the McGhee family when their family photo with their 6 newborns went viral on Facebook.
Now 5 years later, their brood is walking, talking and full of laughs and mischief as Ro and Mia face the new challenges and unexpected surprises of each new stage.
On their new TV show, the McGhee’s are sharing their hectic life and all the craziness and love that comes with it as they raise their six kindergarten kids and run a family carpet cleaning business.
Reality TV is huge across all demographics, but for family friendly viewing, you want to make sure everyone in the family will enjoy the show.
And while YouTube videos have their place, it can be nice to sit on the couch together, popcorn in hand and enjoy a TV show together as a family.
You can trust your family will all have a laugh with the McGhee’s.
So set a family date to watch the new Growing Up McGhee on Wednesday at 9pm ET.
Get Ready Now
Take a few minutes to get to know the McGhee’s now so you’re all set to enjoy the show on Wednesday night.
Twitter – @UPtv
Facebook – facebook.com/UPtv | facebook.com/GrowingUpMcGhee
Official website – uptv.com/shows/growing-up-mcghee
Instagram – UP_TV
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Written by Susan Carraretto, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom
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