It's Betty's birthday at the Hayes' house and Eric sends her out for a day at the spa. While Betty's gone, Eric tries to supervise and maintain order over the ten children as they attempt to make a giant card and bake a cake for their mother.
With the week off from school, Eric and Betty Hayes decide to take all their kids on a trip to the local aquarium. It's a fun-filled afternoon as the Hayes family sees tropical fish, sharks and they even get up close and personal with some live seals.
Eric and Betty Hayes bring their daughter Rebecca, who has cerebral palsy, to a horse farm that focuses on special needs children. The rest of the Hayes kids come along to support their sister and wind up having a full day of their own.
It's Christmas time and there's a Hayes for each of the 12 days of Christmas! The sextuplets have a party at school. The orderly plan for opening gifts quickly goes out the window as the wrapping paper proves to be no match for 10 sets of eager hands.
At age 4, the Hayes sextuplets are now sturdy on their feet, so Eric and Betty Hayes decide it's a good time for all 10 kids to try out ice skating. From getting ready at home to renting skates at the rink, things promise to get a little slippery.
2008 comes to a close an the Hayes celebrate with a rousing round of ... bowling? It's Eric, Betty and two sets of twins versus the sextuplets and the winner might surprise you. As the new year approaches, it's all about who will stay awake til midnight.
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