Adam Busby Puts Quints In Irresponsible & Dangerous Situation?

Adam Busby, YouTube, Instagram

OutDaughtered dad Adam Busby recently shared a few new snaps of the quints. But is he putting them in a dangerous situation? It may look that way to some of his fans. Keep reading to get all of the details.

Danielle & Adam Busby are often the victims of parent-shamers.

OutDaughtered fans don’t always agree with the way that Danielle and Adam raise their six daughters, Blayke, Hazel, Parker, Ava, Olivia, and Riley. So, when they post on social media, they sometimes get lots of negative comments in return. And in some cases, the parents will snap back at the haters.

It’s debatable whether Danielle and Adam Busby are actually putting their daughters’ safety at risk. Fans have differing opinions of what’s safe and what’s not. Of course, they simply can’t please all of their many social media followers with the way they raise their daughters.

Adam Busby Instagram
Adam Busby Instagram

Now, Adam has shared another post that might get the parent-shamers flooding his messages online. So, what did he allow his quints to do?

The quints give power tools a try.

On his Instagram stories this week, Adam Busby revealed to fans that he was hard at work on a sign for Danielle’s boutique, Graseon Bee. The online boutique is opening a physical store. She has been very busy getting everything set up there.

While working on the sign in the backyard, he was using power tools, including an electric sander. Not only is Adam using the sander, but he has gotten the girls involved.

In a video, Adam instructs the girls to sand down one particular spot so it can be all smooth and ready for the next step.

Below, you can watch the girls give the electric sander a try. It looks like they know what they’re doing already. The six-year-olds are taking turns helping their dad with the project.

These videos were posted on Adam’s Instagram stories, so fans can’t publicly see others’ responses.

Of course, Adam might have received some private messages from his followers about whether this is safe. Fortunately, it doesn’t look like any of the girls ended up hurting themselves, so fans can breathe a sigh of relief.

So, do you think Adam Busby was putting his daughters in a dangerous situation? Or do you think it’s not really that bad? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below. For more news about the OutDaughtered family, come back to TV Shows Ace. 

Aubrey Chorpenning


  1. You guys are doing a great job with the girls. Ignore the haters. My kids used lots of power tools and loved doing it and they love to learn at that age.

  2. how else are they to learn? I thank my dad for teaching us 8 kids at a young age to do a lot of things with tools.

  3. Nothing wrong with teaching these girls how to work & use tools! Back in the day all schools had wood shop & mechanic shop! Good Daddy’s teach daughters a work ethic! This man is a great daddy! Ignore the nay sayers of the world! Raise these girls Adam! You got this!

  4. Absolutly safe except maybe eye saftey.
    My dad had me hammering nails at 4 sanding by 5
    People need to get over it.
    Who knows they could be budding capenters wood workers architects

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