They have not one,not two, but fourteen kids ten of which are adopted.
The parents, Allison and Jonathan Schumm say, out of all 14 kids, there are a lot of personalities.
"They all love making things with their hands, taking things apart with their hands. She sold me on two or three, we ended up with five and then we ended up with five more."
Within the past 5 years...Allison and Jonathan Schumm, adopted two sets of five children on top of their four biological ones.
To award their adoption efforts they traveled to Washington, D.C. and were given the angels in adoption award.
"Our first set of children lived with us in foster care for about 2 years then they became ours on July 23, 2008 and our second set of five moved in with us in March of this year and became legally ours on July 23, 2013.
Allison says, having 14 kids can be a big challenge.
" It's crazy,it's fun, you know I would not say it's any harder than having one or two kids"
Oldest of the bunch, Nicole Schumm who is 18-years-old says, she's happy she found such a great family.
"I think that all kids should be able to get into a good foster home and get adopted into their forever home that they love."
Allison says, taking care of these children has been a joy.
"We've been blessed with children who understand the importance of adoption..."
Allison says, though adoption is seen as a second option. Her hope is that more people choose it as a first option.