Well, this is adorable! Adam Busby took to Instagram Stories on Sunday, July 29 to share several clips of his daughter, Hazel, helping him edit a video. Clearly, the three-year-old had enough after a while, though, and left the room by saying, “See you later, alligator!” BRB, crying from cuteness. Watch the video above to see the sweet moment!
Earlier this month, the OutDaughtered patriarch and his wife, Danielle Busby, celebrated their 12-year anniversary — by showing off their buff bodies! The couple spent some (much-needed) alone time in Jamaica together and Adam gushed, “Having some down time with this beauty. Twelve years of marriage has been good to us. Best 12 years of my life and they keep getting better.” #Goals.
The duo conceived daughter Blayke, 7, with the help of fertility treatments. When they tried for one more — they ended up with five! Hazel, in particular, was born with a condition called Nystagmus, a vision impairment in which the eyes make repetitive, uncontrolled movements. During Season 2, the parents discussed Hazel undergoing surgery, which wouldn’t actually fix her vision but would “correct the placement of where her eye goes to focus better so she doesn’t have to turn her neck,” Danielle said.
The other quintuplets – Ava Lane, Olivia Marie, Parker Kate, and Riley Paige, – were born at 28 weeks on April 8, 2015, and went home from the hospital in July. Although they’re all healthy, the couple is concerned Hazel will be left behind.
“What is wrong with Hazel? I noticed Hazel over there, just playing on the foam mat by herself, and then all the other girls are out running around and playing with each other and stuff,” a concerned Adam asked. “You just have it in the back of your mind that I know that Hazel is lagging a little bit behind right now physically, but now that she’s not going to school, is that affecting her socially and her social interactions with other people?” Don’t worry, Adam, Hazel has the best support system — and it looks like she may be interested in a video-editing career!
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