Transcript for 'Six Little McGhees' Take Over 'GMA'
on the show. the McGhees are taking over times square. MIA AND R5 McGHEE AND THEY'RE Adorable. 3-year-old sextuplets stars of the hit show "six little McGHEES." We'll meet the family and get tips to raising six kids under one roof but first let's take a look at their story. THEY'RE THE SIX little McGhees who crawled right off that screen and right into our hearts. Elijah. Josiah, madison, olivia, isaac, elijah and r5 jr. Back for another season. Oh. This time mom and dad battle the terrible twos, times six. Sit down now. Reporter: All while maintaining order. Jo jo, are you drawing on the wall with the pencil? No. Reporter: As best they can. Hey! Go pick it up. Pick that up, you don't throw it. Reporter: These adorable toddlers growing up right before our eyes. They're able to -- for communicate. Reporter: Eating on their own, going to school, even having their very first fishing trip. We're starting to see their personalities emerge. I'm excited. We needed another minute just to get them all in here. That was like napoleon has nothing. Mia and r5, it is so nice -- oh, my little sweet one. How are you? Which one are you? Right. Ah we are here with elijah, isaac, olivia, madison, josiah and rozonno. They are adorable and obviously lots of work times six and there's a lot to get to but there were a lot of good healthy eating tips. Feeding six kids. A lot wonder how do you do it each day and healthy. We got to be very creative like instead of, you know, popsicles we do growsen grapes. That's a great one. We'll -- we'll have them help us to cook and prepare. So it's fun to eat healthy and hide the veggies in macaroni or whatever their favorite meal is. Now, the energy -- I have one -- I am done by day's end. Rozonno, what do you do to stay up other than have six little alarm clocks with you. The secret is when they sleep, you sleep. That's when we sleep. We get our rest. And -- are they napping -- can you get them on the same nap schedule? We have a system. We still have the same system. It's very important. They're all on the same schedule, eating schedule, sleeping schedule. Everything is done the same every day. Teamwork. We all work as a team. Is there a leader among the group already? I mean obviously their personalities are coming out. Is anything dove tailing right now or six little people. The girls are leaders. They're like little mommies. Is it -- I mean, do you sleep when they sleep? Is there alone time to be had? With our system they go to bed at a certain time and it's mommy and daddy time. A quiet house. Yes. Sleeping through the night. Yes, ever since eight months. You make having six kids all the same age sound easy. No the easy. By far. Very difficult. A lot of challenges but you have fun with it. What's the hardest thing? The hardest thing is to, you know, go to the bathroom and watch yourself cry in the mirror. Make a man out of you. You have hard days. You definitely have hard days. If I'm sick or sired that's very hard because they still want their same mommy. Have the same energy. That's difficult. And we got to motivate each other. The kids, you know, they're extremely active right now. By the end of the day, mia, we made it another day. Another day. A lot of kids going back to school. You know, preschool in their immediate future. Oh, yes. I don't know that I know two people who might be looking forward to school more than the two of you. I am not looking forward to school. Well, I am. I am. I am definitely looking forward to school. I just -- I don't even know where to begin with that. Come here. Come here. You can do it. Every stage of their life. Right now they're toddlers. That's awesome. Come here, bud. Oh. It is a new season of "six little McGhees." Five more of these. It premieres saturday on own. Thanks, bud. THANK YOU, McGHEES. Coming up, inspiring story,
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