Do you think it would be harder to.. Princess Celestia  Due October 29; Tallahassee, Florida 3624 posts22nd Apr
Have quintuplets or have five kids that are all a year apart?
JAMES FRANCO Las Vegas, Nevada 15269 postsstatus 22nd Apr
I think they'd both be equally hard.
lilmzzgreeneyez *NMOA* 21 kids; Sherwood, Arkansas 17987 posts22nd Apr
I think having quints would be harder unless you have a TON of family and friends who do not have to go to work for a while and can help out. I would never be able to imagine taking care of the five alone or me and a husband. one every year for 5 years would be hard but at least you don't have five NEWBORNS.
Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts22nd Apr
Im going to say quints. With 5 a year apart chances are at least 1 is in school. The older ones can help take care of themselves and help around the house.
Just Emily LLC :) Due June 22; 1 child; Brownsville, Tn, United States 5084 posts22nd Apr
Idk I mean with five all at once you only have one year olds for one year instead of five. You have diapers for just a couple years instead of 7 or so. You get all the sleep less night over with at once