Adam and Danielle Busby rose to fame after giving birth to the first set of all-female quintuplets in the United States. Thanks to the TLC series OutDaughtered, we get to watch the family navigate life. OutDaughtered gives us a look into managing milestones and parenting when you have six daughters.
Adam and Danielle Busby keep their fans updated via social media.
Adam and Danielle Busby somehow manage to find time to share windows into their life on social media. Instagram and YouTube are where most fans lurk for the best updates.
Unfortunately, there are downsides to being a reality TV family. Not everyone showers the family with support and compassion. Adam Busby recently shared an idea he had for how dads can improve themselves this year. Not everyone, however, was here for it. One individual even bluntly called Adam Busby “lame” for his idea.
The reality TV father has never hesitated to be transparent with his followers.
As Cheat Sheet reminds us, there are a lot of different reality families on TLC. Adam and Danielle Busby, however, attract a lot of attention. Why? Well, it has something to do with how genuine and honest they are with their fans.
Danielle Busby has always been very open about why she decided to put her family on TV. Adam, on the other hand, has also been just as open about suffering from postpartum depression.
“After coming face to face with postpartum depression following the birth of our five daughters, I quickly learned that this is a very real struggle that dads all around the world go through, yet you rarely ever hear it talked about. I’d be doing an extreme disservice to our fans if I hid this from the public and wasn’t honest with them.” Adam Busby opened up in a statement to People Magazine.
Adam devised a plan for how fathers could be better this year.
Adam recently shared a story with his Instagram followers. He noted that he went to the gym with his quints in tow. Olivia, one of the quints, ran ahead of her sisters. As she headed to the door, a woman yelled at her. The woman told her to “wait for her mommy.” Adam Busby pointed out that the woman failed to notice she was with her father and not her mother.
“Ok, so it’s 2020. Dads, what are you doing this year to counteract that stereotype? Here’s my challenge to you guys. It’s 2020. Let’s counteract that stereotype this year and be the dad that we all know you can be.” Adam said on Instagram.
Turns out, one of his followers thought his challenge to do away with this stereotype was “lame.” Adam, however, isn’t one to just sit and let his followers criticize him. Instead, he clapped back at the individual. Here’s what he had to say in response.
“I guess u are right. Encouraging dads to strive to be better is pretty lame… keep doing you then.”
A separate follower informed Adam Busby there were “more important issues” to worry about. Busby also had a response for this individual.
“So be the champion of something. Being negative toward others for trying to make an impact isn’t exactly helping anything either,” Busby responded.
Do you think Adam Busby’s desire to break the stereotype is a good idea? Sound off down below.
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