OutDaughteredParents Adam and Danielle Busby have a lot on their plates. They have successfully navigated parenthood with six of their daughters. They are now looking to expand their family.
OutDaughteredLiving with the Busbys
Since the first appearance on TLC in 2016, viewers have become very invested in Busby’s family. Danielle and Adam had been married a decade prior to the appearance. The couple had previously struggled to conceive, so they sought medical assistance. Blayke, their oldest daughter, was finally born in 2011. They then welcomed a group of quints at twenty-eight weeks, which would be the basis of their reality series. All of their little ones had heart murmurs from early births. They were thankfully treated with medication. They spent three months in the NICU, but were able to leave the hospital and be independent.
Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley, and Parker’s antics made the eight seasons of the series adventurous, wild, and chaotic. The amazing thing was watching Adam and Danielle grow from one parent to suddenly six. Blayke as well as the quints were loved by the fans, and it was difficult for them to watch the show end 2021. They have been following the Busby journey through thanks to Social mediaInstagram has allowed fans to see if the family has expanded.
What’s more to the mix?
Danielle is more than just a girl mother. She is also a fur parent. The OutDaughtered star proudly displays her two pooches, Gus and Beaux because let’s face it, they are super cute. Although she was initially reluctant to get dogs, now it is all a matter of course. She is obsessed about them. She is now open to another fur baby. It is temporary at the moment. Danielle shared a picture of her two puppies with Wilbur, a cute pug named Wilbur. According to Danielle, Gus and Beaux are currently puppy sitting and seem to be enjoying puppy bliss.
Her followers were very encouraging to add another one. “Answer: always more dogs.”They thought the trio was precious and sweet. Some shared stories about their pugs and how much they loved the breed. A third quint might be a good idea now that the quints have gotten older.
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