OutDaughtered fans see the Bubsy family making the most of the social distancing time down in Texas. Those lucky quints and big sister Blayke live in a home with a giant swimming pool. So, they get outside a lot. They got scooters for their birthday and get to ride around on them. But one fan hated that they go outdoors and that they leave their yard. So now, Adam is denying they break any quarantine rules.
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TV Shows Ace reported that just after the quints turned five years old, Adam and Danielle held a special giveaway for a scooter. It seems an odd time to give away something that might encourage kids not to stay in during quarantine. But, different states have different rules. And, there’s a clear distinction between quarantine and social distancing. In most places, authorities encourage families to remain active and get outdoors, as long as they keep their distance from other people.
InTouch Weekly reported that apart from swimming and playing on their scooters, Adam takes the girls out to the lake. On April 21, he shared a photo of Ava and Riley at the lake. The OutDaughtered dad captioned it with, “Had a little adventure getting raspberry slushies from sonic.” Then, he said that he rode the bike around the lakes with them. One fan objected and claimed they think they’re something “special” and don’t need to obey the quarantine rules.
Adam denies breaking any quarantine rules
The accuser clearly lives somewhere where the same rules as Texas don’t apply. Either that or they become confused between quarantine and social-distancing. After all, quarantine is if someone in the family has the virus, or met with someone who tested positive. For the rest of them, they may go out. All they need do is stay away from crowds, maintain their distance, and be careful. As one fan noted, getting the kids exercising outdoors is actually encouraged in some places.
Adam responded to the critic, who said, “Quarantine means do not leave your house stay home in your backyard., not riding bikes risking getting convid19.” He said to them, “that’s not what it means where we are. We can go on bike rides.” The OutDaughtered dad said that they live in a low-population area. Therefore, “I can ride around the lakes with the girls and maybe see 2 people at the most that don’t come within 100 feet of us.” Adam noted that “this is no different than being in our back yard.” He says it’s about “common sense,” and he suggested the critic worries about themselves.
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