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The Driskell quintuplets are about to turn 6: See them now!

An Easter photo shoot is a tradition for Zoey, Dakota, Hollyn, Asher, and Gavin Driskell.
/ Source: TODAY

When Briana Driskell’s quintuplets were 11 months old, she marked their first Easter with an at-home photoshoot. 

“I don’t know what I was thinking,” the Kentucky mom tells “We put each of them in a big bucket and scattered plastic eggs all around them. The whole thing took like, two hours because they were trying to climb out — and there was a lot of crying."

“But the pictures came out really cute!” she adds.

This year, Zoey, Dakota, Hollyn, Asher, and Gavin, who are nearly 6, celebrated the holiday with eggs hunts and lots of chocolate.

“It’s a different kind of chaos now,” Briana, 35, says. “Now, it’s ‘He got the color egg I wanted!’ and ‘I didn’t get this candy, and she did.'"

“They were tackling each other to get to those eggs,” dad Jordan Driskell, 32, says. “It was every man for himself.”

Jordan notes that despite a little sibling rivalry, the kindergarteners are the “best of friends.” The boys love sharing a room and so do the girls, he says. 

“They always have someone to play with,” Jordan says. “We just love watching them enjoying life together. It’s pretty special.”

Briana and Jordan struggled for more than two years to conceive before welcoming their five babies in 2017.

“It was the worst emotional rollercoaster I’ve ever been on in my life,” Briana told TODAY that year. “We’d start the month out trying to be optimistic, like, ‘This is it! It’s going to happen this time,’ then it would come time to test and, once again, it would be negative.”

Finally, after their fifth fertility treatment, the Driskells saw two pink lines.

“We got a baby for each time we tried!” Briana joked.

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