The Busby quintuplets will soon be united at home

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HOUSTON, TX - The Busby Quints are going home. The first all-girl quintuplets born in the U.S. were born right here in Houston, at The Woman's Hospital of Texas.

Parker Kate and Hazel Grace have already been released, and their remaining three sisters are scheduled to be released some time next week.

"The girls are doing great. God has been extremely gracious to us though this whole ordeal," explained Adam Busby, the proud dad.

But it's not a simple process, since the infants (including a set of identical twins) are very hard to tell apart. According to their mom, Danielle Busby, "They actually are all color coded, so they all have their individual color as much as we can find, like we need bottle labels or something, we'll put them in their color."

And big sister Blayke can't wait to be with all of her sisters, "I love my baby sisters."

With the help of family and friends, Danielle and Adam Busby are excited about having all of their kids together, at home.

"All you want to do is hold them. You just want to stare at them, I want to put them next to each other, I want to see if they look alike because we just see them in their sections. We have yet to see all of our babies all next to each other," said Danielle.

No doubt, life is going to be a lot different at the Busby home.




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