I actually enjoy this show for the most part. I think all six of the girls are so cute and yes, kids eat boogers. My biggest issue with that is that some day in the future Hazel's booger eating will come back to haunt her. I hope her parents have done a good enough job of building up her self-esteem that she will be able to deal with it. Having worn ugly glasses most of my childhood I do feel bad for her and her eye issues but most of us survive and become (relatively) normal human beings. Being surrounded by loving parents and family members doesn't hurt.
I think Danielle copes fairly well with living in the midst of six very loud children. You just can't fight every battle so sometimes you just let the chaos carry on and take care of the important things. At the end of the day her children appear to be clean, well fed and clothed, and make it to school on time and ready to participate in class (and kudos to having each of the quints in separate groups this year - it will help them to develop their own identities). I have a friend who has triplets who are almost teenagers and they still dress the same all the time - I'm uncertain at this point as to whether it is their choice or their mom's. Whatever - not my kid not my problem!
I think Adam is a bit of a drama queen, but last night even he admitted to this.
Sorry to see that Danielle had to have a hysterectomy at a relatively young age. I guess carrying five children at once can do serious damage to your uterus. Hope she feels a lot better. I think as women we all go through a little mourning period when we realize that the door has shut for having more children, even if we really didn't want anymore. It's just sad to have that choice taken away from us.
I think Hazel has gorgeous hair, as do several of the other quints. Last night she said her hair was fire colored - obviously she is proud of her red hair. It is cute to see that as they get older their differences are more accentuated.