Sweet Home Sextuplets star Courtney Waldrop recently revealed her family of eleven finally got a new ride. Now, this is no ordinary new car, truck, or van, mind you. After all, it has to be roomy and spacious enough for all nine growing kids and perhaps a few friends plus two adults to ride in
Sweet Home Sextuplets star Courtney Waldrop shares huge news with her fans and followers about her daughters. Until Courtney welcomes her sextuplets, she was only used to being a boy mom. Then along came the sextuplets, and she finally has not one but three darling little daughters along with the three oldest boys and, of
The Waldrop family is celebrating one of the summer rights of passage, but one of the clan has to miss out. The Sweet Home Sextuplets matriarch, Courtney Waldrop recently posted a photo of the big event. She also gave an explanation why Rawlings wasn’t able to take part. In the end, it appears the young
Sweet Home Sextuplets mom Courtney Waldrop once again finds herself at the hospital in the Emergency Room with one of her kids. For years the mom of six boys and three girls managed to avoid any of her kids breaking bones. Now the busy mom of this supersized family has made ER trips a regular
The Waldrops who star in TLC’s Sweet Home Sextuplets all squeezed together for a professional photoshoot. Fans know that Courtney and Eric raise their six babies, their twin brothers, Bridge and Wales, and their eldest son, Saylor. So, it’s a tight fit for a photographer. However, they all managed to end up photobombed big time.
Rivers Waldrop, one of the Sweet Home Sextuplets kids really develops her own personality these days. TLC fans all know that her brother Blu’s the wild child in the family. And sometimes Rivers disappears in the mayhem. But more often these days, Courtney shares photos and clips of her three-year-old daughter. This weekend, she shared
Sweet Home Sextuplets returned to TLC on September 29. Those nine children in the family seem like a handful at the best of times. But, with them all living in a trailer during COVID-19, they struggled a lot more with all the chaos. But more than that, they also worried about their finances a lot.