Adam Busby certainly has his hands full!

The OutDaughtered star and his wife Danielle are parents to quintuplets — all girls — and also have a five-year-old daughter, Blayke.

The popular TLC show depicts the crazy shenanigans that go down with just one male present in a household of women. Yet this also has fans wondering — what does Adam do to support all of these humans?!

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According to his LinkedIn profile, Adam is a Key Account Manager for Intrinsic Solutions/Spring Safety — and has held this job for nearly 11 years.

Based on the company's website, his career is no joke. Taking one look at the site may be enough to have most people scratching their heads, but basically, they specialize in safety equipment.

On, the national average salary for a key account manager is $72,927 and in the Houston, Texas area — where the family resides — it's $87,500.

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Yet when you have six children eventually heading to college — almost all at the same time! — you're going to need more than that.

Luckily for Adam, Danielle doesn't just sit back and let her hubby be the sole breadwinner. The proud mother of America's only all-female quintuplets is a full-time mom in addition to being an independent beauty consultant, according to her official TLC bio.

As if they're not busy enough already, the Busby's also opened a new fitness business called Rush Cycle.

Just three days ago, they celebrated their grand opening with a post on Instagram. Danielle captioned the photo, "Grand opening day ribbon cutting!!! What a blast we had celebrating. Thank you everyone who came out today! We love our community!" She also used the hashtag "RushLCTX."

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Plus, fans can gather that they're raking in a hefty sum from TLC.

Despite their hectic schedules, the parents say it's important to have a sense of humor.

In an interview with People last year, Adam said, "What we’ve learned is that sometimes there’s nothing you can do but look at each other and laugh about it. This is what it is now. This is our new normal."

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