Raising one child can be challenging, but imagine multiplying that by six. This is the reality for OutDaughtered stars Adam and Danielle, who have six daughters. The couple, parents to twelve-year-old Blayke and eight-year-old quints Ava, Olivia, Parker, Riley, and Hazel, face numerous difficulties and exhaustion in their daily lives. Recently, they opened up about the struggles they encounter as a family of eight with six daughters.

During a video interview with Dailymail, Danielle expressed that they still feel overwhelmed as parents. She mentioned how they sometimes look around and realize they have six kids. Despite the challenges, they continue to fulfill their roles. Danielle emphasized that although they may be outnumbered, they are OutDaughtered.

Having a large family not only takes an emotional and physical toll but also comes with significant expenses. Danielle disclosed that they typically spend $800 to $1,000 per week on groceries and expenses related to their daughters’ sports and lunches. She acknowledged that it can be expensive.

When asked about their laundry routine, Adam humorously commented that they have a never-ending list of chores. Danielle added sarcastically that they have laundry day every day, as it feels like a constant task. This highlights the amount of time, effort, and money they dedicate to laundry as a family of eight.

The Busby family has been entertaining OutDaughtered fans for almost eight years since the show debuted in 2016. The series revolves around the adventures and chaos of the Busby girls. Fans were heartbroken when the show went on hiatus after Season 8 but were thrilled when the network announced its return. Interestingly, Adam and Danielle’s daughters played a role in their decision to come back to the small screen. The girls missed the cameras and realized that being filmed was necessary to see themselves on TV.

Throughout their journey, the couple has encountered various mean comments from viewers. In response, Adam shared that he focuses on discerning whether the negativity is coming from someone who is unhappy. If so, he chooses to block or delete their comments. Otherwise, he prefers to distance himself from individuals who try to steal their happiness. Adam also mentioned that if someone accuses his family, he stands up and defends his loved ones. How do you feel about Adam’s approach to handling harsh responses?

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