Bustle at the Busbys: Stars of 'OutDaughtered,' Live on 'GMA'

At home with Danielle and Adam Busby, their daughter Blayke, and quintuplets Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley, and Parker - the only all-female quintuplets born in the United States.
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Transcript for Bustle at the Busbys: Stars of 'OutDaughtered,' Live on 'GMA'
Time to have some fun now with the most famous quintuplets in America. The busby girls are one-year-old. They have a tlc show "Outdaughtered." A first look at their first year. Baby joy times five. This is it, we're about to have five baby girls. Actually make that six. Half dozen girls now. Reporter: The whole story is told in the new tlc show "Outdaughtered." It's about the busby family who last April welcomed quintuplquintuplets. Five little sisters to sister blayke. It's ridiculous. Good morning, Oliva. Avenue Ya is very content. Riley loves to cuddle. Haze sell our little one. And Kate is supereasy. Reporter: Raising six kids definitely isn't easy. The series shows the couple's struggle. Going back to work I'm losing my biggest helper. ♪ Happy birthday ♪ The whole busby family joins us now from Texas. Daniele, Adam, big sister blayke and all five quints. How are you doing? Doing good. Danielle, tell us about your first mother's day with the quints. This is actually the first one. The first one with them at home. We had a wonderful day. Last year it was -- we visited the nice it was very sad. I had to go, you know visit them. This year we had a blast. We hang out outside. Just played. We all took a really long nap yesterday. That was fabulous. That's a good day when you get all five down at the same time. Blayke, help us out here and introduce all your little sisters to America. Blayke, introduce your sisters. Who's who? Hazel, avenue Ya, Riley, parker and Oliva. If any of them -- That was av a little while ago. It happens. You know you have had cameras follow you for this entire journey even with your struggles with infertility. What was that like? It was -- I mean, it was pretty good. I mean, we -- we had them with us from the very beginning and we got used to it pretty quick. The camera crew, almost became like family members. Blayke was calling our producer uncle brad. So, she, we took right to it. It hasn't too bad. I think all of America is getting a sense of how difficult it is and how fun it is to struggle with quints. They're looking for those cheerios. They're supermobile right now as you can see. Danielle how hard was it when Adam had to go back to work. Mom, stop feeding Riley. I had to deal with all day. No, it was definitely really hard when he had to leave and you know I did have some help come in and family. There's nothing like having your spouse or husband there to, you know, take on charge with you. Yeah, those kids look like such a delight. Congratulations. Thank you for introducing all of them to us. Thank you for joining us this morning. Thanks for having us. Bye. Outdaughtered premieres tonig tomorrow on tlc.

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