1st set of all-female quintuplets in U.S. finally all home

America’s first all-girl quintuplets are finally back together again now that the last baby has returned home from the hospital.

Olivia, Ava, Hazel, Parker and Riley were born back in April, weighing between 2 pounds and 2 pounds, 6 ounces each. Ava rejoined her sisters at their Texas home this week after spending three months in the intensive care unit.

Danielle and Adam Busby are mom and dad to the first set of all female quintuplets born in the United States. They were the first set of all girl quintuplets born since 1969. And if that's not enough girl power, America's first set of all girl quintuplets also have a four year old big sister.

“Blayke got to come meet them, which was so cute,” Danielle said in the video blog. “She had her big sister shirt on.”


Adam has seven girls, including Danielle. Like a lot of young couples, the Busby's had trouble conceiving. According to their blog, they used fertility drugs with a procedure called IUI (Intrauterine insemination) and had Blayke. They waited a few years, tried again, and last week Danielle delivered five tiny baby girls in just four minutes at The Woman's Hospital of Texas in Houston.

The quintuplets, their parents Danielle and Adam Busby, and their 4-year-old sister Blayke were on “Fox and Friends” this morning.

Click here to watch that report.