We all know how stressful shopping for two people can be sometimes, now imagine doing it for 18 family members…
A mum-of-16 has revealed what a quick dash to the supermarket looks like for a massive brood.
Jeni and Ray Bonell are believed to have one of the biggest families in Australia.
The couple often share snippets of their daily lives whether it's on Facebook or on their YouTube channel.
Mum Jeni, 51, recently showed off her huge midweek shopping of six bottles of 3L milk, three loaves of bread and 2kg carrots.
Oh let's not forget, there's strawberries, blueberries, 1kg of grapes, 400g of cherries, 600g of tomatoes and 2kg potatoes to add too.
In the mini shop, it also included two salad kits, a punnet of peaches and a bag of apricots for £73 ($132.62 AUD).
According to Jeni, this is what "popping to the shops for bread and milk" looks like.
She wrote on Facebook: "When you just need milk, bread and some fruit and vegetables."
Jeni explained how the family often get through 50 litres of milk each week, although they're trying to cut down on dairy.
Since it was posted on social media, many fans were shocked at how much the family goes through on a weekly basis.
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One wrote: "My family is the same but there's only 10 of us here, just a couple of days' essentials. Love the fresh veggies and fruit."
Another joked: "You don't need to join a gym. So much weight training going on, lifting the milk jugs."
Jeni often does her food shopping at the start of the week where she splashes £251 ($450 AUD).
But in some cases, this only lasts the huge family for half the week, meaning she'll have to go for a top-up.
She keeps the costs down by purchasing home brand products and bulk-buying meat and fresh produce.
Jeni said she usually spends around £335 ($600 AUD) per week for the family's food shopping.
Previously, the mum-of-16 revealed her clever hack for feeding the kids without doing any washing up after.
The full-time mum laid down some paper and spread a huge pile of chips on it along with a bowl of dipping sauce.
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