The Turners, the Cooksleys and single mum Nicola have all suffered with their children's tantrums. As their week in the house comes to an end, is there light at the end of the tunnel? New epsiode.
See Sunday's choice.
3/10; series two. Things are tough for
Sarah Fraser and Gary Mills. With four boisterous children and two full-time jobs, they're spreading themselves very thin. Will trial periods as stay-at-home parents help them manage their brood and bring them closer together?
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