The second season of Sweet Home Sextupletswill catch viewers up with the Waldrop family and their "divine nine," including Courtney Waldrop and Eric Waldrop's sextuplets, who will be shown turning one.
The sextuplets -- Blu, Layke, Rawlings, Rayne, Rivers and Tag -- are developing distinct personalities and were documented taking first steps and speaking first words.
"The babies have come a long way from the NICU. Now that they are bigger and more mobile, they get to play with their older brothers Saylor, Wales and Bridge and are keeping their parents... on their toes," TLC says.
As a full-time mom to nine children, Courtney attempts to manage a household full of chaos. And Sweet Home Sextuplets' new season will see her be tested with a family flu outbreak, concerns about the babies' development, and whether Layke will need to undergo surgery for his heart condition.
"Desperate to keep everything in line, will Courtney be able to juggle everything without breaking down?" the network teases.
Courtney will also consider moving her family into a bigger house in Alabama, which may be a solution to some of her stress at home.
Her husband of over 2o years, however, prefers to stay put and remodel their house, which could result in too much on their plates.
On the bright side, viewers will watch Courtney, Eric and their kids celebrating their first Christmas at home and vacationing for the first time as a family of 11.