‘OutDaughtered’ Danielle & Adam Busby Take On Another Baby?


OutDaughtered parents Danielle and Adam Busby proudly have their hands full. With their six daughters, they have navigated parenthood the best way that they possibly can. Now it appears they are expanding their brood.

OutDaughtered Living With The Busbys

Viewers have become extremely invested in the Busby family since they first appeared on TLC in 2016. At the time, Danielle and Adam had been married for a decade. For the couple, they had struggled to conceive so they sought medical help. Their eldest daughter, Blayke was ultimately born in 2011. Then, they welcomed a set of quints at just twenty-eight weeks which was to be the premise of their reality series. Due to their early births, all of the littles had heart murmurs, luckily treated with meds. Sadly, they spent the first three months in the NICU but when they were let out, they were forces to be reckoned with.


Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley, and Parker’s antics made the eight seasons of the series adventurous, wild, and chaotic. At the same time, seeing Adam and Danielle learn how to go from parents of one to suddenly six was just as tremendous. Fans truly fell in love with both Blayke and the quints and it was hard to watch the show end in 2021. However, they have continued to watch the Busby journey thanks to social media. Thanks to Instagram, fans now know the family may have just expanded.

More To The Mix?

Danielle is not just a girl mom but she is also a fur mom. The OutDaughtered star proudly displays her two pooches, Gus and Beaux because let’s face it, they are super cute. Yes, she was reluctant to have dogs at first but now, it does not matter. She is obsessed with them. Now it seems she is opening her home to one more fur baby. For now, it is only temporary. Danielle posted a pic of her two pups alongside an adorable pug named Wilbur. Apparently, the family is puppy sitting at the moment and Gus and Beaux seem to be in puppy bliss.


Her followers were super encouraging about adding another one: “Answer: always more dogs.” They also thought the trio was incredibly sweet and precious. Some also shared how they had pugs and adored the breed. Now that the quints are getting older, maybe a third would not be such a bad idea.

Do you think three dogs would be too much to handle? Let us know in the comments.



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