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When Gil and Kelly Jo Bates married in 1987, they didn't plan to have kids, but something changed over time; now they're parents to 19 children -- yes 19! When they range from toddler to 20-something and live under one roof, challenges abound, even for a tight-knit family like the Bates brood. Among those are the parents' strict rules, which include everyone's chores, watching little to no TV, and the girls wearing only dresses. Gil runs a tree service that employs some of his sons, while Kelly Jo stays home to make the meals and do the laundry, home schooling and other tasks. As the eldest child gets older, new issues -- including romance, careers and babies -- enter the picture.
Lawson goes to Nashville to work on his music career, but his family thinks he's in over his head; Zach and Erin get excited about the impending births of their baby daughters; Nathan announces a surprise regarding his courtship.
Carson's first birthday is celebrated by the family, who arrive at Erin's home to help decorate; the boys get sidetracked by the party's entertainment; Kelly Jo gives Katie and Josie their first driving lesson.
Erin finishes her album of lullabies in Nashville; Chad and Erin adopt a puppy; an excited and nervous Erin reflects on the difficulties she had during Carson's birth, and she admits she has concerns about her impending labor.