Six Pack Mom — aka Stephanie Ortiz from Long Island, New York — has earned a good following on Twitter by dishing about her hilariously hectic life as the mother of six.
Yes, you heard that right: SIX kids.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Ortiz often tweets about the "joy" of trying to feed her brood.
Sometimes her kids won't even let her in the door.
Ortiz told BuzzFeed that no matter what she makes, "the odds are at least one of the six will complain 'it makes me want to throw up in my mouth.'"
The "makes me want to throw up in my mouth" line was a direct quote from one of her kids, btw. 😂
And, well, maybe sometimes they have a point.
Mornings with six kids are a lot of fun too!
And if Ortiz doesn't make it look easy, well, that's okay.
Mornings have nothing on bedtime, though.
Let's just say it's a little...busy.
And she has to do this...six times.
Ortiz said her biggest challenge is juggling all of the needs of six very different individuals. The good news is that her kids are pretty hilarious.
Like all kids, though, they can be a little frustrating.
A big family wasn’t always the plan, Ortiz told BuzzFeed. “My original life plan involved too many cats, too many books, and NO kids. But I fell head over heels in love with my husband and we decided to have a baby after a year of marriage. That went so well that we decided, 'We could totally handle two kids!'" (And three, and four, and...)
After all these years, Ortiz is still very in love with her husband — but in a six kids + many years of marriage kind of way.
Ortiz said that many people assume that she’s a fitness blogger because of her @Six_Pack_Mom handle, but let's just say she's not exactly all about health and fitness.
"I’m not sure any of them grasp how Twitter even works," Ortiz said. "Anytime I tell my husband about something on Twitter I get the same response: 'Now explain to me what that means…' He’s supportive, but social media is not his thing."
As for her kids? They aren’t particularly impressed. "Whenever I mention Twitter they let out a collective 'That’s nice, Mom. Can we have a snack?'”