Season 1, Episode 5
It’s spring break and that means multiples on the road! Suz and Casey take their quads on a road trip to Austin while Candace and Teryn take their triplets camping. Stephanie and Jerald want to move but can’t agree on anything.
It’s spring break and that means multiple multiples on the road! Suz is continuing her quest to help Casey ease up on her control issues and a quad road trip to Austin is just what Nurse Suz has ordered. But when the time comes for Casey to start packing, her anxiety starts to get the better of her. Suz does her best to help Casey stay calm, but its not easy for a mom of quads who has never allowed her kids to use a public restroom, let alone sleep somewhere besides their own beds.
In the meantime, Candace and Teryn have decided to team up to take their families on vacation. But southern belle, Teryn, is less than thrilled with the destination – camping in the Arbuckle Wilderness. To prepare for the trip, Teryn and Ryan take their triplets to the camping store, which does nothing to calm Teryn’s terror of all things outdoors.
Stephanie and Jerald are spending their free time looking for new house to rent. But as if house hunting wasn’t stressful enough, Stephanie and Jerald bicker non-stop about each and every detail of their potential new homes. She wants a small one-story house, while Jerald is looking for something much bigger with two stories. As usual, Stephanie vows to get exactly what she wants.
In Austin, Casey is clearly struggling with the loss of control. She tries desperately to keep the kids on schedule with naps and meals, but when they don’t cooperate, she throws up her hands in frustration.
The Arbuckle Wilderness proves to be everything Teryn fears most. From dirty, dusty cabins, to wild animals, to her even wilder triplets, Teryn does all she can to hold it together and make it through the weekend without throwing a fishing pole, or her husband Ryan in the river.
Back in Dallas, Stephanie and Jerald are planning a garage sale in an effort to prepare for their upcoming move. But their squabbles over house hunting are nothing compared to the arguments that ensue while they clean out the garage. The morning of the sale arrives and the freezing cold temperatures do nothing to warm Stephanie and Jerald to each other. Even worse, the cold keeps the crowds away leaving them with a full garage and empty pockets.