What did danielle busby do for a living?

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Fans were thrilled when Adam and Danielle Busby announced that their family of eight would be back for a new season of OutDaughtered on TLC this year. The show will premiere on July 10th on TLC and based off the first trailer, there will be a lot of ups and downs for the Busby family.

Even if you’re an expert on the Busby’s adorable little girls, you might not know everything about the adults running the show. Mom Danielle certainly has her hands full with a 7-year-old and 3-year-old quintuplets, but there’s more to her story than being the mother of quints. Here’s everything you need to know about the 34-year-old OutDaughtered star before watching the new season.

She was married in 2006.

Danielle met her husband of 12 years while working at a Target store in Lake Charles, Louisiana in 2003. According to her blog, Adam Busby worked alongside Danielle for several months before he actually spoke to her. His first words to his future wife were “hey beautiful.” Eventually, he asked her out on a date—and it turned out to be a birthday dinner for his sister, during which Danielle met Adam’s entire family. That same night, he asked her to be his girlfriend and she actually said yes! Two-and-a-half years went by before Adam proposed to Danielle on Christmas Eve. They got married seven months later, on July 22, 2006.

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#tbt to when this lad @adambuzz loved him some pooka shells 🤪#thankgoodnessthosedaysareover

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Danielle and Adam struggled with infertility.

After the pair got married, they moved to Texas to start their family. “Adam and I both adore kids and we never ever imagined WE would have issues,” Danielle shared on her blog. However, after a year of trying to have children, the young couple was still unable to conceive. Because of their struggles, their doctor recommended they try to conceive with a procedure called intrauterine insemination (IUI). More than five months went by without success, but they didn’t give up. Adam and Danielle were thrilled to find out that she finally became pregnant on their sixth cycle of IUI with their first child.

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She had one daughter before the quintuplets.

After nearly two years of struggling to get pregnant, Danielle gave birth to Blayke Louise on April 5, 2011. “I was blessed with a great pregnancy,” she wrote. “I actually loved being pregnant. Such an incredible feeling and miracle to have a baby growing inside you.”

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Quick after school popcorn and m&m date with my Blaykers before we go pick up the quints #itsabuzzworld #outdaughtered

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She gave birth to the first set of all-female quintuplets in the United States.

After Blayke was born, the Busbys knew they would likely face difficulty conceiving again. Danielle began taking a drug called Femara, which can be used to treat infertility in women, and their second pregnancy journey began. According to her blog, they received a positive test after just a couple months of trying.

It wasn’t until their third ultrasound that the couple discovered there were actually four sacs in Danielle’s uterus. She said that upon learning they might have four babies, she couldn’t stop laughing and Adam was “about to pass out.” At the next ultrasound, they discovered two babies in one sac—bringing the total count to five.

The Busby quintuplets were born on April 8, 2015 at 28 weeks old. It only took four minutes to deliver Ava Lane, Olivia Marie, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, and Riley Paige through a C-section. The oldest of the quints, Ava and Olivia, are identical twins.

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She has always been a Southern girl.

Danielle was born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where she met Adam. After getting married, the couple moved to Houston, Texas, where they still reside in League City with their large family.

In 2017, the Busbys grappled with the devastation in their state caused by Hurricane Harvey. Though their own home escaped the flooding, Danielle’s mother Mimi “lost everything.”

She and Adam paid back their good fortune of getting through the storm by partnering with an organization to help those who were not as lucky. Danielle shared on Instagram that they joined forces with educational toy company ‘Learning Resources’ to provide Harvey victims with $75,000 worth of toys.

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She is passionate about fitness.

According to TLC, Danielle “makes sure a healthy lifestyle remains a priority” for herself and her family. The mom of six always tries to fit a workout into her daily schedule, and has detailed her routines online. A mix of strength training and cardio help keep her in her best shape—and there’s evidence of her hard work all over her Instagram page. Danielle shares plenty of fitness photos to inspire fans, and also posts videos of her workouts that people can watch and learn from.

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Monday Motivation. #lovewhatyoudo 💕🏋🏻‍♀️💪🏻🚲💕#fitnessmom

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People on the internet always have something to say. After the season finale episode of OutDaughtered, which aired on TLC on July 30, some fans accused Danielle Busby of being selfish. Why? Because her husband, Adam Busby, was offered what appeared to be a lucrative job offer, and she wanted him to turn it down. Initially, the offer included a move to Dallas, and Danielle, 35, wasn’t OK with that. But then Adam, 37, was offered basically the same opportunity without a big move, and he accepted it. His wife was definitely not pleased with that choice, and the two bickered about it quite a bit during the episode.

For the most part, OutDaughtered fans were on Adam’s side, and let Danielle know just how much on social media. On a completely unrelated Instagram post the quintuplets’ mom shared, followers commented with criticism like, “Your husband accepted a good job to better you and your kids why are you angry? I’m away from my husband for months at a time with him being military and you’re upset he might have to leave for 2 times a month 😒.” Another fan wrote, “I feel that you are very selfish with the to Dallas and that you did not care that what makes him happy.”

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A different fan commented negatively on Danielle’s post, “Danielle get off the hubby’s back. He’s working from home and seems this job is a godsend. You’ve got lots of support.”

However, not all of the replies were bad. “Danielle … Watching show … Just wanted to tell you that you are an amazing mom and an amazing communicator!” one person said. Another criticized fellow fans and wrote, “Again people are judgemental, you don’t live their lives and you what the producers want you to see. Maybe go out and do something for a charity or the homeless instead of being judgemental about things you know nothing about.” Seems like this decision caused a lot of mixed reactions among OutDaughtered fans! What did you think of Adam’s choice to accept the job?

We all love watching TLC’s OutDaughtered show as Adam and Danielle Busby get themselves into all kinds of monkeyshines with Blayke and the quints. While there are a million things we are always curious to know about raising the six girls, there is one question that seems to be in every viewer’s mind: How does the family make ends meet?

We know that Danielle had to quit her full-time job when she became pregnant with the quints, leaving Adam as the sole breadwinner. We also know that Adam is very active on YouTube and Instagram, regularly sharing updates about the lives of the girls.

So, where does he get all the money to feed a family of eight?

I know you are thinking about the proceeds of the show. Well, that’s true: a big chunk of their secure financial wherewithal comes from the show with the two making about $25,000-$40,000 per episode.

This is not a bad income in general, but with today’s hard economic situation, it is not a comfortable one for a big family such as that of Busby to live on.

So, beyond the money coming from TLC, Adam Busby must have a great job or doing other things to support all those kids and their mother. Let’s find out.

Previous Jobs

According to Adam’s LinkedIn profile, he worked as a Business Development Key Account Manager for a private holding company, Intrinsic Solutions/Sprint Safety Industrial Holdings, LLC from December 2006 to July 2018.

Although Busby doesn’t provide a lot of details about his role in the company, we understand that an average key account manager gets about $72,440 per annum according to PayScale. More experienced key account managers get up to $120,000 a year.

Current Job

The latest entry in his LinkedIn profile shows that he now works for Adam Busby Media. The listing shows that he has been there for 1 year 3 months. Adam is the owner of the company. The company specializes in the production of photo and video projects for multinationals as well as memories for family events.

Other Income Sources

Adam and Danielle are cited to have opened a Texas-based indoor spinning studio called Rush Cycle in 2017 along with their friends and partners, Pete, Priscilla, Todd, and Kylie. It is believed that Adam’s job with the cycling studio franchise came to an end and the OutDaughtered couples are not co-owners anymore.

Lastly, according to Yahoo News, Adam and Danielle also get a good income from their Amazon shop, It’s a Buzz World as well as an online store called the Buzz World. Opened in September 2018, the clothing store stocks mostly colorful tees with religious messages.


Adam’s biggest job of all is helping his wife raise their daughters, which as you can imagine is also the best. However, finances also play a major role in Adam’s life. This is true from the hilarious episode in the show’s season 2 where the couple sat down with a financial planner.

On that note, we have to give Adam props for working so hard to provide for the big family. He deserves all the success that may come his way, no matter what he does for a living.

Where does Adam Busby work? Find out about Intrinsic Solutions and Sprint Safety

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Adam Busby is the busy father of six adorable girls on TLC’s hit show, OutDaughtered.

Having that many kids is obviously exhausting, but it’s also a financial burden — especially with the girls so young. Diapers, wipes, and formula don’t come cheap.

Adam and his wife Danielle Busby often talk about finances on the show, and most fans already know what he works for a company called Intrinsic Solutions and Sprint Safety. But what do they do?

The company’s main focus is on safety in the workplace. The website for Sprint Safety reads: “Developed by safety experts for safety experts, Sprint Safety makes your safety our mission.”

It goes on to say that they provide a “wide range” of services including training and rental of safety equipment.

Sprint Safety acquired Intrinsic Solutions, which focuses on communications including emergency response, back in 2014.

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Adam Busby’s title is “Key Account Manager”, which would generally mean he is responsible for sales in some capacity and working with certain customers.

It’s hard to say how much someone in that position would earn, as it usually comes down to past experience and current performance.

However, according to Glassdoor.com, the average pay for this position is $69,920 per year in the Houston, Texas, area where he’s located.

The family will also earn money from TLC for filming OutDaughtered, and they have currently filmed four seasons so far — so that will help with the bills.

One thing is for sure, though, no matter how much you earn, juggling work with raising six daughters is an amazing feat!

‘OutDaughtered’: Does Adam Busby Have a Job? Here’s What He Does for a Living

Taking care of six kids is a full-time job, but Adam and Danielle Busby manage to do it while also maintaining their careers. Mom Danielle is a stay-at-home mom to 8-year-old daughter Blayke and 4-year-old quintuplets Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley, and Parker. But she also recently started a fitness clothing business with her twin sisters Crystal and Ashely. And dad Adam also has his hands full with his career.

Adam has had his current job for more than a decade

Adam Busby with his daughter Olivia | TLC

Adam Busby currently works as a key account manager for Intrinsic Solutions/Sprint Safety, according to his LinkedIn profile. It’s a job he’s held since December 2006. Intrinsic Solutions is a “specialty short service communications and communications service provider,” according to the company’s LinkedIn page. It was acquired by Sprint Safety in 2014.

Busby doesn’t provide any additional details about his job on his LinkedIn. But a key account manager is typically responsible for managing and maintaining a business’s most important customer relationships. The average key account manager earns $72,440 a year, according to PayScale, though those with more experience earn more. The top 10% of experienced key account managers earn more than $120,000 a year, on average.

Some OutDaughtered fans have speculated that Busby has given up his full-time job to focus on his family’s TLC show and their YouTube channel, which currently has more 800,000 subscribers. But in a tweet from last October, he clarified that he “didn’t quit my job for YouTube,” adding that it “is only a small thing that I do.”

Adam and Danielle actually met at work

Danielle and Adam Busby and their six daughters | TLC

The Busby’s love story actually began at work. In 2003, the two were both working at a Target store. But it wasn’t exactly love at first sight, as Danielle shared on the family’s website It’s a Buzz World. They’d been working side by side for months before Adam got up the courage to approach Danielle. Initially, Adam’s attempts at flirtation didn’t go over well.

“The first words out of his mouth were ‘hey beautiful.’ My thoughts at first were… ‘oh wow! You never talk to me and now your trying to hit on me….real smooth,’” she wrote.

Despite Adam’s awkward opening line, the two started eating lunch together. Eventually, Adam asked Danielle out on a date after work — but he ditched her to hang out with his friends. Surprisingly, Danielle gave him a second chance, only to discover that the rescheduled date was actually a birthday dinner for his sister. Still, something about him charmed Danielle and the two became a couple, and 2½ years later, he proposed. And the rest is reality TV history.

OutDaughtered Season 4 premieres Tuesday, June 11 at 9/8c on TLC.

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What Does Adam Busby Do For A Living?

He has a lot of mouths to feed.

Danielle and Adam Busby have their hands full. They have a seven year old daughter Blayke, three year old quintuplets: Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley and Parker, and star in the TLC reality show OutDaughtered. The show follows the new parents of quintuplet girls. Obviously, chaos is the order of the day, every single day. Before the quintuplets were born, both Danielle and Adam worked full time. However, with the addition of five kids to their family all at once, the parents had to make the difficult decision to have Danielle stay at home with the kids. With the high cost of daycare and six young children, the Busby’s made the choice that made the most financial sense for their family. Adam Busby must have a great job to be able to support all those kids on just his job. Speaking of that, what does Adam Busby do for a living?

1. Their finances

Obviously, the birth of the quinituplets brought a slew of new expenses into the Busby family’s life. There is a lot of talk about finances in the series. In one episode, Adam and Danielle were looking for a new house. Adam was stressed when the cost of the homes came up. Danielle told him he’d have to get more business to afford it all. What does that even mean? Is he in sales? Is he in direct marketing? What does he do to afford a wife and six kids?

Missed the obligatory valentines post yesterday while we were on vacation. I still found time to sweep this hottie(@DanieBuzz ) off her feet though… #mynumberone #outdaughtered pic.twitter.com/UUHleg8Lkr

— Adam Busby (@AdamBuzz) February 16, 2019

2. His job

According to his LinkedIn profile, he works as a key account manager/outside sales at Intrinsic Solutions/Sprint Safety. He has worked there since 2006, so he’s got a lot of seniority at the Houston, Texas based company. Intrinsic Solutions/Sprint Safety “is a Specialty Short Service Communications & Communications Service Provider. Emergency Response, Project/Turnaround and Site Specific Support; backed by an expansive inventory of communication resources and mobile vehicles supporting local and national communication networks.” The company appears to operate in the oil and energy industry, which is big in Houston.

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3. His salary

Adam Busby doesn’t appear to have attended college as the only education listed on his LinkedIn page is his high school. According to Glassdoor.com the average salary nationally for a key account manager is just over $81,000 a year. However, in Houston, where Adam lives, the average is just under $62,000. That’s not a bad salary in general, but it is certainly not a comfortable one for a family of eight to live on. According to the company website, Adam is eligible for a good paid time off policy, paid holidays, health insurance, disability coverage, and a 401K.

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4. Extra income

Danielle gave up her job as a project coordinator team lead at the oil and gas industry company AP Networks to have the quintuplets. She had held that position since 2008. These days, she brings in some extra income to help the family as a consultant for the direct marketing company Rodan + Fields. For any haters out there, Adam is quick to defend Danielle’s job with Rodan + Fields as evidenced by the tweet below.

She does actually! She is a consultant for Rodan + Fields. #BusyMama #OutDAUGHTERED https://t.co/qxzpJGn0sL

— Adam Busby (@AdamBuzz) December 28, 2016

5. Side business

On top of the quints and Blayke, Adam and Danielle also opened a Rush Cycle studio in their hometown of League City, Texas in 2017. Rush Cycle is a cycling studio franchise. Danielle posted a video of the September 2017 opening and captioned it: “Thank you everyone who came out today! We love our community! #RushLCTX”

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  • The newest season of TLC’s Outdaughtered premieres on October 1 at 8 p.m. ET.
  • While watching the show, many Outdaughtered viewers often wonder what Adam does for a living.

Adam and Danielle Busby from the TLC series Outdaughtered may just be some of the busiest people on this planet. How could they not be while being parents to six adorable little girls.

While there are a gazillion things we’d love to know about what it’s like raising Blayke, Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley, and Parker, there’s one question in particular that seems to be on a lot of Outdaughtered viewers’ minds …

What does Adam Busby do for a living?

Those who watch the show know that Danielle and Adam have been noticeably vague about their job specifics over the years. But according to Adam’s LinkedIn page, the dad-of-six recently left his job as Key Account Manager at Intrinsic Solutions and Sprint Safety and is now the owner of Adam Busby Media, which “specializes in photo and video projects from large brands to priceless memories for family events.”

While it’s not confirmed how much he made at his former gig, the average salary of a key account manager is around $80,000. Apart from that gig, it’s estimated that Adam and the rest of the Busby family receive somewhere between $25,000 to $40,000 per episode from TLC for doing the show.

Okay, so what about Danielle? Her LinkedIn says that she works as a Project Coordinator Team Lead at AP Networks — the same job she had before getting pregnant with the quintuplets. However, it’s not clear if she’s still in that position since her TLC bio states that she currently works as an “independent beauty consultant.”

Of course, Adam and Danielle’s biggest job of all is raising their daughters, which we imagine is also the best.

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Adam Busby’s job is on the lips of many OutDaughtered fans, as he mentioned a Dallas job offer in last night’s episode. Obviously, we knew Danielle would not jump up and down with joy about it. In the season’s trailer, we heard her say, “We can’t seem to get on the same page and I don’t know how much more I can take of this.” Now, we know from the Busby’s social media that they never relocated to Dallas, at least not yet. So, what job does Adam actually do?

Adam Busby’s LinkedIn mentions a job but he possibly does not work there anymore

Good Housekeeping went off and checked Adam Busby’s bio on LinkedIn. It says the father of six daughters works as “a Key Account Manager at Intrinsic Solutions and Sprint Safety.” They add that “the company specializes in safety equipment for sectors of the energy industry.” However, it’s very possible that’s an old job and he never updated it. Back in April, TV Shows Ace looked into a business that the OutDaughtered couple got into.

In a previous season of the show, much ado was made about whether the Busby family should start a new business. They entered into a partnership with a Rush Cycle franchise. TV Shows Ace noted that they regularly posted about the new business, however, “they haven’t posted about Rush Cycle at all lately. They used to post all the time about this business. They owned the one located in League City, Texas. It is odd that Danielle and Adam aren’t posting anymore.”

Rush Cycle franchise thought to be Adam Busby’s job

Checking into the idea that Adam Busby’s job with Rush Cycle came to an end, we noted that they no longer worked there. We reported on it after a telephone call with the cycle studio. “When asking if Danielle and Adam Busby were still the owners they replied that they are not,” we told fans of OutDaughtered. Next, we looked into what Danielle does for a job.

As Good Housekeeping noted about Danielle, “Her LinkedIn says that she works as a Project Coordinator Team Lead at AP Networks.” But that’s the job she held before the quintuplets arrived. Fulltime mom hardly seems to leave space for a regular job like that these days. So, perhaps she never updated her Linkedin either. In fact, these days, over on her TLC bio, it says Danielle Busby’s job involves being an “‘independent beauty consultant.”‘

Could Adam Busby’s job be with CADI Fitness?

Hoping to get the jump on the new season of OutDaughtered, wondering if Adam Busby would reveal his job, TV Shows Ace looked into another job he could be involved in. We tracked down the fact that Danielle and her sisters teamed up with a CADI Fitness franchise. At the end of April, Danielle took to her Instagram to make the announcement to her fans. Although she never mentioned Adam Busby’s job as part of it, he might be involved.

Followers of Adam and Danielle asked her in that post whether they gave up the cycle franchise. As they never responded to that question, we assumed that the new season would address Rush Cycle. So, we know at least that Danielle and her sisters started the new CADI Fitness and Adam may be a part of that. Plus, we also learned that Audrey Roloff and Danielle teamed up with the Always More clothing line that Audrey started. She took to her Instagram and “showed off the New Rose Sherpa jacket which looks very warm and snug.”

Signs and pointers to OutDaughtered parents’ jobs

So, while there are signs and pointers about what Adam Busby does for a job, nothing’s certain. However, this season could very well reveal just what he does. Fans know the parents of the quints keep themselves busy enough and obviously earn off the TLC episodes. But that could hardly earn them enough to support their large family. What do you think about it? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below.

Remember to check back with TV Shows Ace often for more news about OutDaughtered and Adam Busby’s job.

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Adam Busby is a reality television star who is best known for his role in the reality television show series “Outdaughtered.” One of the most frequently asked questions about him is if he has a job, and if so, what does he do for a living? Fans of the show have a lot of questions about the father of six daughters. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Adam Busby that might help to answer these questions.

1. Adam Busby is gainfully employed

Although taking care of six little girls who are all the same age is a full-time job in itself, Busby does work for a living and he’s always had something going on that contributes to the household income. Although there hasn’t been a lot of information shared on the series about Adam and Danielle’s employment status, rest assured that the father of six is a hard worker. He currently owns and operates is business Adam Busby Media. The company is involved with the creation of photo and video projects which range from the photography of family events to large brands.

2. He was previously an account manager

Prior to leaving his job at Intrinsic Solutions and Sprint Safety, to start his own business, Adam was a key account manager for the company. Although it is unknown what his salary was at the position, the average pay for the job is $80,000 per year. He had a good job and then left it to run his own business, which shows that he’s been a responsible husband and father.

3. Adam and Danielle are making good money on the show

We also learned that Adam and his family are well-paid for their participation in the reality television series “Outdaughtererd. TLC pays them between $25,000 up to $40,000 per episode for their roles in the show. This is yet another great source of income for the family and when all is said and done, they’re doing very well financially.

4. The Busbys had fertility issues early in their marriage

The couple had problems conceiving a child. They were ready to start a family but couldn’t do it without medical assistance. They underwent several medical procedures before they were able to conceive and become pregnant. The last procedure worked so well that they were blessed with the only set of all-girl quintuplets in the USA. It is because of specialized fertility treatments that they were able to start their family and it made them somewhat of a novelty. They had one daughter named Blayke, prior to giving birth to the quints.

5. Adam is big on social media

Adam and his wife Danielle have an Instagram account together. They have a blog that is called itsabuzzworld. If you want to get an idea of how popular Adam and Danielle are, just check in on their social media account. As of the last check-in, there are over 850,000 followers on the Instagram account. They’re well on their way to making the million follower mark.

6. He has a second business

We also learned that the busy father of six has a second business. He and Danielle opened their new venture called Rush Cycle. The company offers indoor cycling classes. This tells us a lot about the Busbys. They’re both ambitious people who are willing to try something new in an effort to support their large family. Adam has an entrepreneurial spirit and he’s always doing something that will benefit his family.

7. Adam is a multi-millionaire

Adam and his wife wouldn’t have to work for a living at this point in their lives if they didn’t want to. They have enough in their net worth to carry them forward for several years. As of 2019, the family’s net worth is estimated to be $4.5 million. Although there has been no confirmation of how much the couple makes per year, they’re constantly working on their businesses and on the television series, to continue to build for their financial future.

8. There are rumors that Adam is gay

We also learned that there have been rumors circulating that Adam Busby is gay. Associated with these rumors is the assumption that he married because he wanted to have a family with children. Adam hasn’t let these rumors affect him, and he hasn’t stepped forward to address the assumptions, so for now, all we know for sure is that he’s married and has a family with his wife Danielle.

9. Adam met his wife at Target

Adam and Danielle were both employees at the same Target store. This is where they met for the first time in 2003. They dated for a couple of years, and then Adam proposed to her on Christmas Eve. The couple married in 2006. Shortly after their wedding they moved to Houston, Texas.

10. He’s a private person

Adam Busby can’t hide from the public because of his popularity on the television series “Outdaughtered.” There are certain things that he must do to help the show maintain high ratings, but he doesn’t go over the top and he’s not an attention hog. While there are some reality television stars who gobble up every bit of attention they can get, that’s not the case with Adam. He does a good job of maintaining social media accounts and letting fans know what’s going on in the Busby household, but there are certain things that he doesn’t discuss. He keeps his business life as private as possible and he doesn’t get involved in a lot of drama. He’s just a guy who loves his family and who is doing the very best that he can to provide for them and to enjoy life to the fullest as the father of six beautiful little girls.

What’s wrong with Danielle Busby? On Tuesday, November 12, the OutDaughtered star’s husband, Adam Busby, revealed she is in the hospital. On Instagram, he told fans they were “back where this crazy journey started” as he asked his followers for “prayers.” Though he didn’t share any more details about what was going on, the mom of six offered a little more insight into the situation on her own Instagram Story. “Surgery day,” she captioned a photo of a hospital bed.

The family did give another clue about what was going on. Adam, 37, added a location to his post: The Woman’s Hospital of Texas. The medical facility is the same one where Danielle, 35, gave birth to the couple’s quintuplets. The father of six seemed to hint that the surgery that his wife was undergoing may have something to do with having children — or, as it turns out, not having children.

Courtesy of Danielle Busby/Instagram

In October, Adam revealed that he and his wife are happy with the six kids they have and aren’t planning on having any more. In fact, they’ve pretty much decided that they’re done. “Shop’s closed,” he told a fan who asked if they were hoping for any more little ones. Danielle has also opened up about leaving pregnancy and labor in her past. Over the summer, she shared the same “shop’s closed” sentiment.

However, the couple has admitted that they’re open to adoption in the future. “It would be nice to have a little boy and carry on the Busby name here, but there won’t be any more children unless one day God put it on our hearts to adopt,” Danielle told Us Weekly in June. Adam added that they’ve “never completely shut the door on” on that idea. “It’s something we’ll always stay open minded to,” he said. “ as far as … her birthing any more children, no, that’s not going to happen.”

For now, these two have their hands full with the six girls they already share. Luckily, big sister Blayke is happy to help with the five little ones. “Blayke is just the best big sister,” Danielle told In Touch in September. “She is always helping the quints and trying to teach them what she knows, but in such a sweet and gentle way.”

“Inside ‘OutDaughtered’: Things That Are Often Kept Away From The Public ”

In 2015, Adam and Danielle Busby became the parents of quintuplet girls in the U.S. The news of the surviving girls received so much love, that they landed a reality show titled ‘OutDaughtered’ on TLC. It follows the lives of the couple, their eldest daughter Blayke, and the five girls named Olivia Marrie, Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, and Riley Paige. Let’s find out more about this huge family that makes parenting seem so simple!


It might sound like the plot of a romantic comedy, but Danielle and Adam met when they worked together at Target. It wasn’t love-at-first-sight by a long shot, as Adam blew off their first date to spend time with his friends. Danielle even wrote on their blog, ‘It’s a Buzz World,’ that: “At this point, I’m thinking, this guy… who does he think he is, ditching me… I’m done with him.”

Luckily for Adam, Danielle gave him another shot, and they dated for two and a half years before Adam proposed. They got married six months later and soon enough were pregnant with their first daughter, Blayke. However, Danielle didn’t expect five girls in her second pregnancy. During a certain point, she had to eat 4,500 calories each day.

It wasn’t easy for her because she was always exercising and watching her diet, but Danielle found a way to avoid unhealthy cravings. “I had not one craving ever because I worked with a dietitian and I was able to eat pretty much whatever I wanted to just fill up that allowance —especially ice cream shakes!”


Having multiple babies can be dangerous, and five is an incredible number. Most of those babies are born underweight and have to be watched for months before being able to leave the hospital. Modern medicine has thankfully advanced a great deal, but the chance of the quintuplets surviving was low. The first known quints to make it all alive were born in 1934.

The couple had to wait a week before getting to hold their babies for the first time. Dannielle said, “It was an emotional downpour. It’s been hard to see your baby in the isolettes, but that moment where you finally get to touch your baby and hold them, there’s no better feeling than that.” Both parents were even afraid of changing their diapers because premature babies are so small.


Danielle and Adam conceived these kids with fertility treatments, but their doctors weren’t very happy with the number. “At first they didn’t want us to have all five.” Most doctors recommend reducing those kinds of pregnancies to give the other babies a better chance, but the couple couldn’t do it, and they were born at 28 weeks.

Despite being underweight two months after their birth, the girls were all healthy, making this event truly miraculous. However, the real battle started after the birth of their daughters. Adam revealed that he suffered from postpartum depression, although the disease has always been associated with women.

“Showcasing how human we really are has really struck a chord with people, and I think in a strange way, we’re helping others realize they don’t have to have it all figured out either,” he said to People, hoping to raise awareness about his problems. He learned that many dads go through this, but aren’t open about it. Through his interviews and the show, Adam has allowed people to become more aware find out more about the issue.


One child can be extremely expensive, but having six children of whom five are using diapers must be a serious struggle. The Busby’s have managed it. Danielle quit her full-time job when she got pregnant, and Adam was left as the sole breadwinner of the family. “We budget and we do what we can to make ends meet and make it work,” Danielle revealed.

“God has always provided, no matter what the situation. … He’s protecting and guiding us and providing … and that’s how we’ve done it!” Of course, we can assume that their show has helped them out tremendously, although no one knows exactly how much they earn. It’s said that they might be bringing in around a million dollars every season.


While it hasn’t been easy for Adam as the only male in his house, it’s given him an opportunity to learn about girl fashion and hairstyles – all done for his daughters. “Usually the mom takes on most responsibilities having to do stuff like fixing hair, picking out outfits and matching hair bows with outfits for the girls. When you have six of them, you find yourself right in the middle of that. I’m better with a round brush than Danielle!”

Furthermore, Adam knows that he needs to set a great example for the sake of his daughters. “It’s a huge responsibility being a dad of a little girl. Instilling confidence in her and truly showing her how her future husband, her future boyfriend, should treat her — and teaching her not to accept anything less than that. That’s my mindset every day.”


She’s always stayed in shape, but working out while raising six children is not an easy task. While Danielle thought she stayed in great form during her pregnancy, having to eat such a large amount in one sitting was hard on her body. However, this mom doesn’t have time to go to the gym and figured out how to work out at home.

“I’ve customized my routine to fit in with my daily schedule. To build strength, I do sit-ups and push-ups every day. And forget about the Stairmaster — I utilize our staircase for daily workouts too, on top of the ‘workout’ I get bringing five babies up and down the stairs all day.” Pushing the stroller with all the babies is also a great workout.


The couple revealed that they have to keep a schedule in order to manage their daily lives, but it’s actually easier than it sounds. Danielle thinks her career helped her achieve a great routine. “In my previous job I was a coordinator, and a lot of my job was planning and scheduling and organizing — and I was good at it.” Although it has been hard, she said:

“When I say I was created and made for this, I honestly was. When I was given five babies, I just had to take those skills and adapt it to baby things.”


Aside from the closeness that the couple has with their girls, they are also tight with their extended family. We can only imagine the massive reunions with tons of cousins for their daughters to play with. The other members of the family have been featured on the show, which is one of Danielle’s favorite moments. “I love being able to capture moments with them. … I’m glad they’re all part of the show, and it’s made good memories.”


Most people know that the quints were conceived through fertility treatments. Many people are unaware, but their firstborn Blayke was conceived that way as well. They tried for a year after their wedding, but Danielle had problems ovulating regularly and Adam had low testosterone. They went through six cycles of intrauterine insemination before getting pregnant with Blayke.

They wanted to give her a sibling, and after taking almost a year with their first daughter, they thought it was going to take just as long once again. However, that’s no what happened. When Danielle started taking Femara, they conceived the five girls after just a few months. Their struggles with fertility were rough on the couple.

Danielle said, “We will never understand why we may struggle through parts of our life, but I do believe there is always good that will come from a struggle. We just have to push our pride aside and not control the uncontrollable things.”

“My faith is what has carried me through my struggles of infertility, to the struggle of carrying quintuplets, to the struggle of raising six kids and balancing life.”


It cannot be easy for children to grow up being recorded all the time, and although the quints are too young to understand what’s happening around them, Blayke sometimes gets tired. The parents had to agree that the children can go off-camera if they want. “We respect all the kids’ wishes and if they don’t want to be on camera at certain times, we don’t make them. And we’ll do that with all our kids.”

Luckily, the cameras are not on all the time. However, there’s always a large number of people around, and it can get hectic with so many kids in the mix as well. It’s normal to expect that their household is incredibly noisy. When they were younger, the household was full of lots of crying. Now that they’re older, Adam says:

“Yeah, we have five 3-year-olds right now in the house all coming into their own personalities and figuring out who they are. So there’s this major struggle between all of them to have their own voice in the house.” Fortunately for everyone, the quints have been sleeping through the night since they were six months old.


Sadly, taking care of kids involves doing the same thing almost every day – and it can get tiring for Danielle. The mom stated: “From the second you wake up and get the girls up, it’s non-stop. Even when they’re napping you’re continuously doing something for the house or the family, and that’s just how it is. I’ll get Blayke up for school about 7:15 a.m. and get on the bus, and then we get the girls up about 8 a.m.”

Just like the movie ‘Groundhog Day’ (or the more recent ‘Happy Death Day’), it seems like she’s reliving the same day over and over again. “You do bottles, milk, breakfast, get them dressed, play, they nap and that’s when I shower or do some laundry, constantly the dishwasher, constantly cooking or making food, constantly cleaning up, and they usually go to bed about 7 p.m., and then you start the dishwasher for the night and start over again in the morning.”

Because of this hectic and repetitive routine, Danielle would become exhausted. So, getting to watch each episode on TV was an emotional experience for the mom of five. “I probably get emotional and cry every time I watch an episode because it shows me how much they have changed so quickly, and we’re getting the best footage of our life captured.”


Danielle’s motherly instincts come from her own grandmother, who had seven children. Both of her grandparents were very involved in her life, and she described her grandmother as “a very good role model for being so graceful, putting others before herself, making sure all the kids and grandkids were prepared and were spoken the truth about life and God and the journey”.

Sadly, this amazing woman is not around to see Danielle’s kids but she remains part of her memory. And Danielle tries to honor her in whatever way she can. In that aspect, they manage to make even the grossest things like baby poop look cute. They had a poop emoji party for the quints third birthday. The idea came from their big sister, Blayke, who loves the emoji.

“She had the idea of ‘don’t be a party pooper.’ When we decided to join the birthday parties, we thought, ‘Well, the quints are 3. And we’ve pretty much come to the end of potty training. So we’ll celebrate no more poop disasters.’ So it just blended well with the ‘don’t be a party pooper’ (theme).”

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All five girls essentially look the same, but the parents have found a way to tell them apart. Firstly, they are fraternal except for Olivia and Ava who are identical twins. Olivia wears circle earrings while the other girls wear stars. Furthermore, Ava has longer hair. Hazel is the only one with red hair and glasses. Riley has really blue eyes and a small head, while Parker is the tallest and the only one with straight hair.

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Although most couples try having at least one boy, Adam and Danielle are done having children. They already have six, so no one can blame them. Furthermore, getting pregnant is not easy for the couple as fertility treatments can be tiring and expensive. After the quints were born, Adam was firm in his opinion that the baby factory was closed.

“Our family is complete. All girls, not trying for a boy.” There is also the possibility that if they tried for another, they would end up with one more girl or several. “So it’s over. The shop is closed!” Although it would be extremely adorable to see a boy surrounded by his big sisters, it’s clear that the Busby’s can’t handle any more on their plates.

Having one child is already a challenge, but having quintuplets seems unimaginable. Let us know what you think of ‘OutDaughtered’s Adam and Danielle – are they handling their hectic lifestyle well? Should they maybe be trying for a boy? Comment below and share with your friends to see what they think! See you next time!

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