When the '90s classic family sitcom Full House returns as new Netflix series Fuller House in 2016, D.J. Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler will both be on their own. Still, their collective nest will be far from empty, as E! reports their kids (they'll have four between them) will be quite a handful.

According to the site, Michael Campion and Elias Harger have been cast as actress Candace Cameron Bure's fictional sons (she'll have an additional third infant son, too). Campion will play D.J.'s trouble-making eldest, Jackson, who'll take after his rock 'n' roll-obsessed Great Uncle Jesse, and who will struggle to cope with the loss of his father. Harger's Max character, on the other hand, will take after his Grandpa Danny, and will serve as the family's curious intellect.

Andrea Barber's Kimmy character will be the mom of just one—a daughter named Ramona (played by Soni Nicole Bringas). The mini-Kimmy will be broken up over her parents' split, and will blame her mom for the fallout.

It's safe to say rearing these ones won't be easy, but Cameron Bure insisted to E! that the actors, themselves, have been a pleasure on set so far.

"They are so good, they are so funny," she said. "Casting did a really, really good job. And they went on a very big wide search for these kids, and they came up with winners!"

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