Parents' Guide to

Growing Up McGhee

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Ohio sextuplets grow up on mild but genuine reality show.

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This lighthearted series features the young, energetic family as they go through their daily routines, enjoy weekend outings, and look for balance in their lives. While their parents work hard to keep it together and resolve every child-initiated crisis, the rambunctious children never stop being playful and happy.

Mia and Ronzonno appear committed to teaching their children strong values, setting boundaries, and finding constructive ways of disciplining them. But they have a sense of humor, and openly exhibit obvious love and pride for their children, even when they are challenging. It is their genuineness that makes Growing Up McGhee worth the watch.

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