Hurricane Harvey hits Houston, forcing Adam and Danielle to keep the quints occupied indoors for four days and hope their family makes it through unscathed.
With the grand opening of the cycle studio looming, tensions rise when Danielle announces she wants to work there more than expected; Hazel returns to the eye doctor; the quints get invited to be grand marshals of the League City parade.
Adam plans a beach vacation getaway for Mother's Day, but it may not be relaxing with the entire family in tow; the Quints experience the ocean for the first time; Adam reveals his recent struggles to Nick and Dale.
Adam and Danielle compete to see who can take the cutest photo of the quints so they can promote the new cycle studio; Danielle stresses about her upcoming charity fundraiser; Adam takes a big step toward dealing with his emotional issues.
Adam and Danielle head to Nashville, Tenn., leaving the family to watch the quints, and Hazel gives her uncle a big scare; while away, Adam confronts the fact he's not the only one suffering from his issues.
It's Easter time, and the Busbys have fun activities planned for the holiday, but their extra special surprise may turn into a nightmare; when Adam reveals his unorthodox plan for dealing with his issues, Danielle has a tough decision to make.
The Busbys plan a joint birthday party for all their girls, but when Blayke wants her own party, Adam and Danielle must come up with a way to make her feel special; the quints' have their first trip to the dentist.
While Adam struggles with his emotional issues, the Busbys tackle a playroom makeover for the quints and Blayke; Hazel gets fitted for her new glasses just in time for the girls to take the stage for their first recital.
The Busbys tackle discipline to get the terrible twos under control; Danielle presses Adam for answers on how he's been feeling; with Mimi taking her time to move into her new home, Danielle devises a plan to help her embrace her new life.
With the possibility of another surgery looming for Hazel, Adam stresses over her upcoming appointment with a new doctor; when the quints start having poop explosions, Daniel tries potty training with disastrous results.
With the quints hitting the "terrible twos," the Busbys are busier than ever; Danielle plans a romantic Valentine's Day dinner for Adam, but things don't go as planned; Adam and Danielle prepare themselves for Hazel's upcoming eye appointment.
The Busbys travel to New York to make a live appearance on a talk show, but traveling with six kids makes the trip difficult.
A talk show asks the Busbys to make a live appearance in New York, but a last minute trip to the doctor has Danielle and Adam concerned about Hazel.
A talk show asks the Busbys to make a live appearance in New York, but traveling with six kids makes the trip difficult; a last minute trip to the doctor has Danielle and Adam concerned about Hazel.
Adam and Danielle decide to host 20 people for Thanksgiving, but soon realize they have bitten off more than they can chew; Hazel has a major breakthrough; Adam and Danielle push Mimi to consider living in an apartment.
It's the quints' first family vacation, but with five toddlers running wild, it may feel more like work for Adam and Danielle; Adam struggles to tell his brother-in-law, and boss, about his new business.
The Busbys look forward to the Quints' first trick-or-treat outing, but first, they must race to find costumes, shop for pumpkins and get the new house ready for a Halloween party.
After Danielle confronts Adam about his money spending ways, they realize they need to make some tough choices to provide for their girls; the family puts more effort into Hazel's walking so she can join her sisters in pre-school.
Danielle and Adam think about sending the quints to nursery school, but when one of the them isn't allowed to go, the Busbys face the difficult decision of splitting up the girls; living under the Busby roof has begun to take a toll on Mimi.
When Danielle catches the flu, Mimi struggles to take care of five babies on her own; Adam plans a 10-year anniversary surprise for Danielle, and when Danielle gives a speech for the hospital, she faces her painful past of having premature babies.
Hazel undergoes eye surgery, causing Adam and Danielle to wait anxiously for the results; Blayke prepares for kindergarten and Mimi officially moves in.
The Busbys take a road trip to Lake Charles to help Mimi with her garage sale, and Danielle learns some shocking news; Danielle and Adam wrestle with the decision to allow Hazel to have a risky eye surgery.
Family and friends join the Busbys to celebrate the quintuplets' first birthday; Adam and Danielle reflect back on the first year of raising the girls; with never before seen moments of the early milestones.
A doctor recommends an extreme medical procedure for one of the girls, forcing the Busbys to make a difficult decision.
Adam and Danielle have their hands full chasing after their 15-month-old quintuplets.
Adam and Danielle have their hands full chasing after their 15-month-old quintuplets; a doctor recommends an extreme medical procedure for one of the girls, forcing the Busbys to make a difficult decision.
Adam and Danielle realize they need a larger home, but house hunting proves stressful when they factor in the cost; the family heads back to their hometown, and Danielle has an idea that could solve their problems.
Adam returns to work, leaving Danielle to care for the quintuplets and Blayke by herself; Hazel gets a fever, leaving the family scrambling and Danielle feeling overwhelmed.
Adam and Danielle struggle to keep up with the quintuplets' demands while also making time for 4-year-old Blayke; a baby photo shoot turns into pure chaos when Grandma Mimi shows up late.
Adam and Danielle Busby give birth to the first set of all girl quintuplets in the U.S., and have their lives turned upside down.