Tonight on TLC Sweet Home Sextuplets the reality show starring the Waldrop household returns with an all-new Tuesday, June 16, 2020, episode, and we have your Sweet Home Sextuplets recap below. On tonight’s Sweet Home Sextuplets Season 3 Episode 1 “A Six-Ring Circus,” as per the TLC synopsis, “The Waldrop family celebrates Halloween like never before; the sextuplets get an early start on the chaotic ‘terrible twos;’ the babies get their first haircut, and Courtney and Eric debate the next phase of their remodel.”
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Eric and Courtney are driving with the boys and the babies, they are going to the zoo. It is the babies first time at the zoo, Gerry and Ramona and aunt Courtney are there to help out. They see a sloth and Courtney says she would do anything to be a sloth for a day. River is getting tired, one of the boys tries to sit with her and she bites him. Overall, the trip was difficult.
Back at home, Eric and Courtney talk about the boys wanting to go to karate. Courtney tells Eric she thinks the babies should go to preschool. Eric agrees, they are having trouble talking and it will help.
Danielle has this idea about the family moving into a mobile home, Eric doesn’t think it is too promising of a situation for them. Danielle thinks they should stay on property, it will be much easier for them overall. Time for the boys’ basketball practice, Eric feels blessed that he gets to coach them. Eric tells the boys that they are signed up for a trial karate lesson to see how they like it.
Kayleigh, Emily, and Valerie drop by to help with the kids. Kayleigh tells Courtney that she wants the babies at her wedding. Courtney tells them about putting the babies in preschool.
The boys are out playing soccer, its time to go to look at mobile homes. Courtney tells Eric that the pre-school has accepted the babies. They meet with a man named Brian, he is shocked that they have six babies. Courtney is the only one excited about this new adventure. They look at one, and both agree that it is too small. They look at a second, it is 1500 square feet and looks like it would be doable, according to Courtney. Eric finally gives in to Courtney, they agree to the larger mobile home.
Time for the karate try-out lesson, they are all dressed in their karate outfits, Courtney and Eric are watching. Courtney tells Eric maybe they should take a class, let off some steam and kick some things. Eric tells Courtney that they are going to have to talk to the boys, if they want to do karate, they are going to have to give up basketball.
It’s the first day of preschool, Courtney is trying to get them all dressed and ready to go. They arrive at the school, Miss Sandy comes out to welcome them. Eric is there, Courtney is really emotional, even though she is trying to upbeat and positive. The children are in the classroom, Eric says the boys are going to give the teachers a run for their money. Eric and Courtney leave, Courtney watches from around the corner and sees the girls crying. Courtney can’t believe this is the first time in the babies’ lives that she has been all alone, she is driving back home.
Courtney is home, she is cleaning upstairs, it looks like the toys exploded. Valerie drops by, Courtney tells her that this mess is last night’s play. Courtney starts crying, she misses the babies, but she knows this is best for them, they need to socialize. She just wants to hear how their day was, and she hopes it wasn’t too traumatic. Courtney returns to the school to pick them up, they had a good day. Courtney gets them all packed up in the track, Eric calls, she lets him know that they had a great day. Courtney feels the day was worth it, this is good for the babies.
Mealtime, Eric tells the boys that if they go to karate, they will have to quit something else. The boys are not willing to give up the other sports that they have done for years. Eric tells them that they can do karate for a few months, but when baseball season starts, they will have to make a decision. Courtney asks Eric to go outside with her, she thought of a place to put the mobile home.