And fur baby makes… nine?! OutDaughtered star Adam Busby took to Instagram earlier this week to post a snap of his daughter, Hazel, spending time with animals at a local shelter — and alluded to the possibility of adopting! In the caption, he explained that he and his girls visited with animals displaced by Hurricane Harvey. “The girls sure seemed to enjoy it and hopefully it was a great change of pace for the animals,” he wrote on Instagram. Watch the video below for more details — and to see the adorable photo!
The reality star and his wife, Danielle Busby — whom he shares a set of quints and an older daughter with — are no strangers to helping out their community. During the holiday season, the TLC personalities hosted a toy drive at a local hospital. “We had the pleasure of delivering the toys to Clear Lake Regional Hospital’s pediatric unit today,” Rush Cycle League City said in an Instagram post on Dec. 23. “Thank you for all of the donations #rushfam! This sure did put a smile on some kid’s faces today.”
Fans have been anxiously awaiting an announcement from TLC about the future of OutDaughtered. In a now-deleted post, Danielle shared a photo on Instagram with a camera crew. The only problem? She used the hashtag “#season3” when the family would be filming Season 4. “Back in action… to my cozy couch! #season3 #couchinterviews,” she wrote. Hmmm.
— The Busbys (@ItsABuzzWorld) January 17, 2017
According to TLC’s OutDaughtered page, the final episode of Season 3 aired back in September. On Jan. 17, Adam confirmed Season 3 on Twitter and wrote, “We can finally Spill the Beans! Thank you everyone for the INCREDIBLE amount of support! The Show has been a hit!” Yet regardless of what Danielle’s message really meant, fans could hardly contain their excitement. “Just made my day! My daughter is going to be thrilled!” one person wrote. Another added, “Yay!! Can’t get enough. Love watching the girls’ milestones because my kids are similar ages!” Sigh. You’re killing us, Busby fam!
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