There's no denying Danielle Busby is outdaughtered — but she wouldn't have it any other way. In a touching Mother's Day post on her website, the star of the TLC series penned sweet notes to each of her six girls, starting with her oldest Blayke.
"YOU made me a Mommy! You mean the world to me. You made me understand love on a different level. You helped me realize how much bigger God is than I could ever imagine. And you made me appreciate my own mother in a different way," she wrote to her seven-year-old daughter. She then opened up about her infertility struggles with husband Adam Busby, and how she longed to give Blayke a sibling. "After 3.5 years of having one daughter, we were blessed just after trying for two months, to be pregnant again... it all came to one big shock! The shock of holy moly — we got pregnant that fast! To then after a few weeks of being pregnant… the big shock of holy moly! we are having quintuplets!!!!!! Life FOREVER CHANGED."
She goes on to point out the best qualities of her quintuplets — and each gets more heartfelt. "I love how you love me, even if you are mad at me…haha… and you still want to be right next to me," she wrote to Ava. To Olivia Mae, she thanked her for teaching her that "life is full of joy and we should just aways 'roll with the punches.'" Danielle went on to gush about Hazel Grace's ability to remind her that "life really IS full of rainbows and butterflies if you just wake up and enjoy what you have."
To her "youngest" quints Riley and Parker, Danielle thanked them for teaching her to think outside the box and that can be someone more stubborn than herself, respectively. She ended each of the notes with the same beautiful reminder: "I will always be your biggest fan! I will always be here for you. You are beautiful and perfect just the way you are."
Adam recently announced that the Busby family was returning to TLC soon for Season 4. "Finally! We can FINALY share with you all what we have been keeping a secret for soooooo long!" he wrote. "Many new changes coming to the Busby family in the coming weeks." However, a premiere date has yet to be announced. In the meantime, we'll be reading these letters over and over again.