Prepare for a cuteness overload! Adam Busby treated fans to an adorable clip of Hazel reading to her sister Olivia, and their storytime interaction will melt your heart. The OutDaughtered star was even adding her own commentary while flipping through Today I’ll Be A Princess. Watch the video above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Yesterday, Adam gushed over his daughter Hazel by sharing a playful photo of her alongside the caption, “Always living her best life!” And just last week, the fourth season of OutDaughtered came to an end, so fans are elated to get an update on the Busby kids. Adam and Danielle Busby brought the entire group to Hawaii for a fun-filled vacation on the finale episode and the quintuplets even learned how to hula dance. Blayke, Ava, Parker, Riley, Hazel, Ava, Olivia, Uncle Dale, and Aunt Crystal lived it up on their getaway.
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It’s always an adventure with such a big family! Danielle, 34, recently took to her Instagram Story on Sept. 13 to share a sweet clip of her quintuplets laughing, and it’s safe to say it brought joy to all of her followers. The proud mama gushed over how they have the “best” giggle and honestly, she’s right! Prior to that, Adam posted a darling clip of Hazel doing the “Chubby Bunny” challenge. “Hazel, what are you eating?” the 36-year-old asked, and the three-year-old did the best she could to mouth, “marsh-melons.”
Adam and Danielle were also just in Jamaica celebrating their 12-year anniversary. Only a few months ago, the reality star revealed how they keep up with their busy schedule. “I used to have a career before I had the quints, and when I became pregnant, I had to quit work because it became intense and too much for me,” Danielle told In Touch in April. “That’s where Rush Cycle came around, and we opened up an indoor cycling studio here, so I have that perfect life where I’m a mom — which is my No. 1 priority — and I’m a wife, and I have a career on the side that doesn’t take up all of my time… It’s just a balancing game.”