Triplets, twins mean special challenges for parents

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There’s a constant manic atmosphere when the Hobbs triplets are awake.

Brothers Hudson, Harrison and Henry are always at play, yelling, laughing and running through the house. Tantrums are intensified by three. When one of the 3-year-olds cries, the others join in.

“Someone is always crying. Someone has been crying since 2010,” father Matt Hobbs said. “It’s 100 miles per hour and doesn’t slow down.”

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