OutDaughtered quint Parker is described by Adam and Danielle Busby as a “daddy’s girl”. Clearly, Adam and Parker share a very special bond. After all, he made an enormous effort to help her get over her crippling fear. Now the fans are trying to figure out how many of the kids are more like “mommy’s girls.”
OutDaughtered Mom Danielle Busby Melted When Parker Kate Busby Said She Likes Her
Almost every family with more than one child hears at some point that the children think their parents have favorites. Well, it works the other way around, too. Often children develop a special bond with one parent. That doesn’t mean they hate the other parent. Danielle Busby said her heart melted when Parker said something nice to her. We reported that Danielle Busby shared a picture of herself in the pool with Parker.
The quint said her mother was her “best friend.” Danielle Busby commented, “For a split second, my HP told me that she was MY best friend… …warmed my heart so much … even if she followed it up with a “daddy too”… …it still stole my heart!” Now, the OutDaughtered daddy shared some pictures of herself with Ava Lane, one of the twins. They both hugged on the couch and made funny faces. That got the fans thinking about mommy and daddy girls.
Adam Busby capitulated his post with: “Cherish every second that this little mama’s girl wants to climb in my lap and cuddle.” Okay, so the fans know that Ava’s a mommy’s girl and Parker’s a daddy’s girl. In the comment section of the post, most fans agreed that Riley isn’t one or the other. The bright and independent young girl seems to be equally at home with both Adam and Danielle Busby.
So, that leaves four other OutDaughtered family guys for fans to question. If you don’t know, the Busby kids include Parker, Ava, Olivia, Hazel and Riley. Then there’s Blayke, their big sister. Blayke becomes a beautiful young woman and is the spitting image of Danielle. In fact, when Danielle and Blayke take their special tea cakes together, it’s obvious, she aligns herself more with her mother.