Tune In: "Expecting 15 Babies"

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As any parent of multiples knows, the world is fascinated by twins and triplets. And when it comes to quadruplets, quintuplets and sextuplets, the intrigue is even deeper.

And Discovery Health's hour-long special, "Expecting 15 Babies," airing tonight at 8 p.m., delivers, showing how three families cope through a multiple pregnancy, birth and life at home.

The special, part of Discovery Health's Baby Week, follows the Tabb family as they await the arrival of quadruplets, the Carpio family as they bring their sextuplets home from the hospital one by one and the Wilkinsons as they juggle 22-month-old quintuplets. All three families have older children, too!

Whether you're simply curious about life with a big brood, are expecting your own babies or have been through the endless diaper-changing, all-day feeding sessions and nonstop laundry that come with raising multiples, you'll want to tune in.

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Multiple Births, One Way to Deal with the Remarks When Pregnant with Multiples


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