It’s Monday afternoon, and the 2-year-old Pierce twins have just woken from a nap.
Eli has a dirty diaper and a cranky attitude. June wants a new outfit — something summery, despite the chill in the air.
Anne Yambor, 31, deals with the twins while hoisting up her 8-month-old son, Zeke Hobbs, who is kicking his legs while riding on her hip.
Meanwhile, Gia Pierce, 4, and Yambor’s son Max Hobbs, 3, wrestle on the couch.
“Isn’t this crazy?” Yambor asks cheerfully.
It is. Caring for five kids under the age of 4? Yes, that’s crazy.
But, to Yambor, it’s crazy worth it.