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  • When it comes to vacations, those costs are staggering too. But even more daunting is the mere task of packing.

    The Radfords say a typical trip away requires about seven suitcases, easy. And Sue describes the packing process as a kind of "military operation" in which she sections the children's clothes into "bin bags" to keep things in order.

    Yet remarkably, the family only relies on about £170 (or $220) in public child benefits each week, thanks to the family's profitably bakery. Otherwise, they do their best to find discounts where they can and stay organized, plan ahead, and pack lunches more often than not.

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  • The Radfords' 22nd babe is due in April, and by all accounts he or she will be welcomed with open arms. 

    Although they don't yet know the baby's gender (they're still a few weeks away from that scan), Sue did admit that she has a slight prediction.

    "I wonder if it will be 11 of each," she said in the video. "I am feeling a bit boy."

    But either way, the Radfords just hope this baby is healthy, just as all their others were. 

    Sue shared that she's "very excited" about the whole thing, and even feels like the pregnancy is whipping by quickly. "I can't believe how fast this pregnancy is going already," she said. (Though I'm willing to bet that when it's your 22nd time around the block, you can basically do this pregnancy thing in your sleep.)

    One thing's for sure: They'll definitely have a lot of available babysitters on call, whenever they need a break.