"Sweet Home Sextuplets" opened their new season with a bang as they gave the kids their first haircut. Each one had a unique cut and reaction to their experience.
"Sweet Home Sextuplets" premiered its third season with a fresh new look — literally. Parents Courtney and Eric Waldrop walked into the hairdresser's to give the babies their first haircut.
Despite having help, Eric explained that although he's working on one of the biggest landscaping projects he's had, "Work's gonna be there forever. Your kids are only gonna have their first haircut once."
THE SEXTUPLETS ARE SIT IN THE CHAIR
With that, we see as Blu, Layke, Rawlings, Rayne, Rivers, and Tag each get seated for their haircuts. Brandi, the hairstylist, admitted that she was a bit nervous about the situation.
Babies sometimes cry, pitch a fit, and even jump out of the chair when they get their first haircut. Additionally, the challenge of cutting six heads of hair in one go would be no easy feat.
First up is Blu, who sits quietly as not much hair is cut off. Next up is Rivers, who is the total opposite. The young girl has the most hair among her siblings. She also seems to do well in the chair.
TAG'S HAIRCUT IS THE MOST DRAMATIC
Then comes Rayne, who knows how to stand up for herself amidst the boys. Rawlings goes right after. Behind the scenes, the parents explain that the little girl has the loudest cry of them all.
Rawlings makes a fuss, and after the cut, her dad takes the kicking girl out of the chair. Next comes Layke, whose mom forgets is a hair puller when it comes to interacting with his siblings.
Finally, little Tag is up, and the whole family is eager to see the boy's lengthy locks at his nape finally get snipped off. He's the only one whose hair shows a noticeable difference.
HOW THEY'RE GETTING THROUGH LOCKDOWNS
The two-year-old tots are not the only ones Courtney and Eric have to manage. They're also parents to sons, Saylor, Wales, and Bridge. This week, Fox News checked in with the family of 11.
"It has been a challenge for sure," said Courtney, referring to the coronavirus lockdown that has turned people's lives upside down. Schools are closed, which means everyone is at home.
Eric noted that the couple's "faith and trust in God" gets them through each day. He said it's what's helped them since 2017 when they welcomed the six new additions at once.
COURTNEY AND ERIC'S STORY
The religious couple has been a team since they met back in middle school. They remained together, with Eric proposing during their last year at Auburn University in Alabama in 2004.
The couple tied the knot the next month, making this year their 22nd year of marriage. They've had their own reality tv show since 2018. New episodes come out on Tuesdays at 10/9 central on TLC.
Another beloved series on the network is "Outdaughtered," which follows the life of Adam and Danielle Busby and their five quintuplet girls as well as their older daughter, Blayke.
"OUTDAUGHTERED" SEASON 7 UNDERWAY
"OutDaughtered" premiered its seventh season this month. A portion of the show was self-filmed by Adam and Danielle due to social distancing protocols.
The Busby family during an episode of "OutDaughtered" | Source: YouTube/TLC UK
For their part, the couple has to deal with how big their girls now are. Danielle described them as being more "expressive now, funnier, [and] louder." Credit to both families for hanging in there with such great spirits.
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