‘OutDaughtered’ Stars Adam and Danielle Busby Enjoy Date Night With Their Oldest Blayke!
When you have six kids, it can be hard to get away for a date night. Just ask Adam and Danielle Busby! The OutDaughtered stars recently enjoyed some time away from their quintuplets — and enjoyed a movie night with their oldest girl Blayke.
“Date night tonight with our Blaykers! Watching Ferdinand,” Adam adorably captioned the selfie of the trio at the theater. The six-year-old was clearly enjoying the quality time with her parents away from her younger sisters. Watch the video below to see the sweet moment!
It’s definitely not easy juggling five two-year-olds and a kindergartener but the Busbys make it look easy on the TLC series. And Adam, the only man of the house, would have it no other way. “I feel honored to share raising six girls with my wife—what an awesome feeling it is,” he told Fit Pregnancy. “I am not embarrassed of all of the things that come with girls. I think about all of the love and time I had put into Blayke before the quints came. It was so special. Now, we have that multiplied by five and it’s so humbling to think about.”
The family of America’s only group of all-female quintuplets also just added another baby to their plate: a business. The couple recently opened a cycle studio together. “As a parent, opening up your own business, one major theme that we would continue to say, for a lot of stuff that we have going on in our life is communication,” Adam said on the season finale of the show. “Talk to your spouse about what your intentions are with this new business. Keep that communication open because it can go south really quick, especially when you have kids at home.”
Danielle agreed, ‘I speak for myself as a mom and someone who used to have a career and worked. Starting a new business just gives me that ‘I’m a person again,’ not just a stinky, sweaty mom… It’s definitely a big learning curve but it’s been beneficial on our end.”
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