It's five times the love, five times the work, five times the joy and maybe sometimes the worry.
This is the life of the mom and dad of Quintuplets.
Amy and Eric Guttensohn of Montgomery are parents to Mason, Tanner, Taylor, Hunter and Parker, all 11-years-old and each one of them "all-boy".
On a recent visit to the Guttensohn home we found the five boys taking turns jumping over the couch.
Welcome to just another day at the Guttensohn household.
It's five brothers taking a break from their normal school day routine.
Mother Amy Guttensohn home schools her boys. Take a peek inside their kitchen window and you'll see a classroom and a kitchen table full of personality.
"What's the best part of having so many brothers?" askes Kim Hendrix.
"Nothing!" the boys say while laughing.
Actually they admitted the good part is there's always someone to do something with, whether it's just tossing a ball around or taking in a little quiet time.
Mrs. Guttensohn says, " Every moment is precious, even the bad ones...I Wouldn't trade it for the world."
The boys begin their day by pulling a chore card which might included cleaning the kitchen counters, or the boys bathroom or even brushing your teeth.
Their playroom reflects lots of time spent together as a family.
There are hand-made model cars and loads of trophies from various sports and some that keep the focus on what's most important.