Let's get right to the family who is giving a whole new meaning to full house. A michigan couple with 11 sons was encouraging friends to, let's say, think pink, when number 12 was on the way. How did... See More
Let's get right to the family who is giving a whole new meaning to full house. A michigan couple with 11 sons was encouraging friends to, let's say, think pink, when number 12 was on the way. How did it turn out? Abc's linzie janis has their story. Jay and kateri schwandt would have loved a little girl. But they weren't holding out too much hope. After the seventh, it became a routine. There was no big shock. Out pops the baby. And the doctor says, it's a boy. Reporter: Tucker ray is the schwandt's 12th boy. I think they go on in this house. I wouldn't want my precious little daughter to experience a lot of that stuff. There's a lot of testosterone going around that feminine touch is kind of -- lacking. Yeah. Reporter: The boys range from 3 days to 21 years old. An entire sports team. Its normal for us. This is what we've grown up with. And the greatest thing is living with 11 of your best friends. Reporter: The parents sometimes playing the role of referee. Anybody grounded right now? Uh-huh. Reporter: Jay is self-employed, which he says allows him to help out a lot. But they're starting to worry how they're going to afford cars and colleges. This year, we have a senior in high school, a justicenior in freshman. When they turn 16, it looks like a used car lot. The schwandts say they'll probably keep going. That seems to be the million-dollar question. Let nature take its course. Reporter: Perhaps 13 will be their lucky number. For "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york.
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.