As most parents know, getting a baby changed and ready in the morning can be a complicated feat, especially when the baby is mobile. Times that by four and you have a taste of the challenge that Ashley and Tyson Gardner face every day with their quadruplet girls, Indie, Esme, Scarlett and Evie.

Now thriving at nine months old, the girls are more active than ever and holding still to be changed doesn’t seem to be much of an option. In a video posted to the Gardner Quad Squad YouTube page Monday, Ashley and Tyson give their followers a glimpse into the morning diaper change and dressing routine in hyper lapse.

Between the squirming, the rolling, the toy stealing and the diaper snatching, the Gardners should probably receive an award for just how efficiently they get their girls ready to go.

Check out the fun, high-speed video for yourself above, or, for mobile users, by following this link. For more updates on the Gardner Quad Squad, check out heraldextra.com/quads or follow the family on Facebook at facebook.com/gardnerquads.

Kari Kenner is the digital features editor at the Daily Herald. Contact her at (801) 344-2542, kkenner@heraldextra.com and on Twitter: @karijmk

Kari Kenner manages and creates digital features and niche content for the Daily Herald.

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