If you're a parent, you know what a challenge it is to get everyone dressed and ready to leave the house so that no one's late for school or work. You also know that 90% of the time, you'll probably forget something, even if you only have one kid.
Now, imagine having to make sure 22 kids are woken up, dressed, fed and ready to leave for school every morning. That's the reality for the Radford family in England.
Sue and Noel have 22 kids, and have probably seen every trick, tantrum and teenage mood you can think of. Their kids' ages range from 1 to 32. No, that's not a typo.
Both Sue and Noel were adopted as kids and met as teenagers. They had their first child, son Chris in 1989, and got married in 1992. After they got married, they went on to have another 21 kids. As one does.
All 21 kids were conceived naturally and are healthy, normal kids. Well, as normal as you can be when you have 21 siblings.
So, how can they afford to have 22 kids? The family owns a bakery famous for making delicious pies. Those pies must be quite something if it means it keeps their family finances looking good.
Watch the Channel 5 video below to see what organised chaos looks like in one house.
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