In the life of Danielle Busby, mother of six daughters and co-star of the popular TV show “OutDaughtered,” juggling the demands of work and family has become a daily struggle. Since opening her boutique, Graeson Bee, Danielle has had to deal with a whirlwind of responsibilities that have affected her health and family life.
Her autoimmune problems and migraines have only added to the stress, leaving her caught between the thriving business and a family that needs her home. With an upcoming trip to Dallas and a week away from home, Danielle’s anxiety mounts as she leaves her husband Adam Busby alone to care for the six girls.
OutDaughtered: Adam Busby’s Solo Week with the Girls
While Danielle Busby is away on business, Adam Busby faces the overwhelming task of managing the household chores, caring for the children and keeping control of the inevitable chaos. From teaching Hazel to ride her bike without training training wheels to dealing with the girls’ strong emotions, Adam’s week alone with Blayke, Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley and Parker is a learning experience.
The girls’ antics escalate without their mother’s presence, and Adam soon realizes he must quickly regain control. This week proves to be not only an ordeal for him, but also a teaching moment in parenting and understanding his daughters’ complex emotions.
OutDaughtered: Danielle and Adam Must Reevaluate and Adjust
With the realization that the boutique is a strain on her health and her family, Danielle Busby considers the need for radical changes as soon as she returns home. The reality of her situation is hard to ignore, and she knows that both she and Adam must revisit their priorities and make essential family adjustments.
Whether it’s changing their roles in the business, delegating tasks or finding new ways to manage their busy lives, change is inevitable. The challenge lies in determining which adjustments will best support Danielle’s health, their family and their business.