The sky is the limit! Danielle Busby and her husband, Adam Busby, can’t wait to see what the future holds for their six precious kids. While chatting with In Touch exclusively, the OutDaughtered matriarch gave an update about her children’s career aspirations — revealing that one of them actually wants to be president one day!
“The girls really enjoy STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) learning and activities which is why we have them in a STEM-focused program at school and why we love Learning Resources toys so much in our home,” the reality star, 35, exclusively tells In Touch, while promoting the newest screen-free coding toy from Learning Resources, Coding Critters.
“Blayke loves a challenge and loves to see a project come together, she also loves going to museums … she just loves to learn and know everything about everything,” Danielle adds. “She says she wants to be a veterinarian or a teacher.”
“Hazel is for sure our little engineer, but with a free spirit,” the TLC alum tells In Touch. “She reminds me of me when I was little with the joy of problem solving and building things, she is very hands on.”
“Parker is the one in the house always asking ‘why’. She loves to know how things work and why they do what they do, and she is a perfectionist. Ava and Olivia are both pretty similar,” Danielle continued. “They love things a certain way, love to coordinate objects, colors, numbers, but both so full of goofiness. Riley is the leader of the pack when it comes to the brains in the whole family (I’m pretty sure she is already smarter than me, shhhhh! Don’t tell her.) She is going to be president one day!”
Much to the delight of fans, Danielle and her hubby, Adam, 37, have continued to keep their followers in the loop over the years. The couple recently had to relocate to a temporary house because of a serious mold issue, and as of now, it remains unclear when they’ll be able to move back. On the bright side, it looks like they’re getting accustomed to the change as the couple’s oldest daughter Blayke, 8, and the four-year-old quintuplets are now officially back in school.
The girls are already starting to chase those dreams!
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