OutDaughtered parents, Danielle and Adam Busby attract many good parenting kudos on social media. Actually, enjoying quality time with each of the six daughters can’t be easy. However, they obviously make a point of taking the kids on a day-date. The couple posted up about it on their @itsabuzzworld Instagram account.
Outdaughtered parents and one-on-one time
Unlike other families, most of Danielle and Adam’s children, do everything together. In fact, ever since their birth, the daily activities of the quintuplets needed regular schedules. However, it looks like Danielle and Adam make sure the children get to spend time with their mommy and daddy alone. Twins, trips, and quints do love each other, but with six children, and five the same age, many OutDaughtered fans think quality time day dates are a great idea.
Over on Instagram, the Busby’s posted up a photo of Parker Kate out with them on her own. The post said that they love it when they spend one-on-one time with their children. Parker Kate, the lucky one on Wednesday, January 30, also enjoyed the time spent alone with her parents. In the pic, Parker Kate sure looks happy with her big eyes and bright smile.
Quality time and sharing with Danielle and Adam Busby
Fans of OutDaughtered quickly commented on the concept of six girls and making special time to be alone with each of them. One mother of twins asked how hard they found it leaving some behind? They wondered if the Busbys felt any guilt. Well, that’s quite a valid question, but as others pointed out, it does teach the kids about sharing.
Remember TLC’s clip where Danielle tried to teach the girls about sharing? With different toys and bikes for each child, not wanting to share soon became a drama. Now, it looks like they also learn to share mommy and daddy time. You can see the sharing clip below if you need to catch up on it.
Hopefully, the children soon realized the routine of being alone with their parents. Knowing another one-on-one day date’s coming around soon must help as well. With six girls and a seven-day week, that does mean that potentially each of the girls spends time alone with their parents once a week. Fans can assume that maybe there’s one day when the whole family’s together the whole time. We don’t know if this quality time happens every week, but most fans agree it’s a great idea.
Day dates with a single kid gets thumbs-up from fans of the TLC show
Adam and Danielle Bubsy’s idea of a date day with a single child got the thumbs-up from many of the OutDaughtered fans. Here’s what some of them had to say:
- @ranran911: “Love watching the show. It’s very special when you get one on one time with each one of them. Beautiful family.”
- @sun7designs: “What a beautiful photo ❤️ hope your day date was as wonderful as this photo.”
- @samia_matthews: “That’s [a] wonderful idea to give me them solo attention 💕💕💕💕💕.”
What do you think of the quintuplets and older sister Blayke spending one-on-one quality time with Danielle and Adam Busby? Do you think the idea of a day date helps the girls learn about sharing their attention? Could you leave a twin behind and not feel guilty? Let us know how you feel by sounding off in the comments below.
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