"OutDaughtered" star, Danielle Busby, became a year older recently, and her celebration involved her and her girls in matching outfits.
The festive season overrides celebrations like birthdays and anniversaries, as the air is pumped with Santa themed parties.
It's no surprise the Christmas special also welcomes a burst of colors in hats, overalls, cookies, and not to forget the sharing of love.
Recently, however, the reality TV show star, Danielle Busby, updated her social media with a photo that saw her and all five of her kids posing behind the shutters.
The "Outdaughtered" star commented on her children's looks and gave details concerning the order of the day. The mother of five also appreciated the efforts of her buddies, who came through for her.
"Happy Birthday to me...My girls actually took a pretty accurate smiling/looking at the camera pic with me.#mademyday. And Thank you to my amazing friends who put together a quick Pancake...Love you, friends…"
There are lots of other things Danielle engaged in with her family this year, apart from her birthday. They all headed out to stores for Christmas shopping and did the decorations together.
She even attended her children's school drama. The onscreen diva participated in the League City Christmas party as a marshal celebrity.
She has, however, come out to express her concern about not being a good enough mom
Danielle Busby shares her quintuplet girls — Riley Paige, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, Olivia Marie, and Ava Lane, and an older daughter, Blayke — with her husband, Adam.
Bagging the record as being parents to the first surviving quintuplets in America, allowed them t to forge ahead with a show titled "Outdaughtered," aimed at giving their audience a feel of what their type of parenthood is.
Danielle once mentioned that her pregnancy made her consume so much food, thus raising the girls right from conception is not all that easy.
"I had not one craving ever...i was able to eat pretty much whatever I wanted just to fill up that allowance."
Years after their birth, the parents still prioritize the kids. When one of their quintuplets suffered from an infection caused by molds, the family changed their apartment.
The mom of five also centers attention on herself by hitting the gym to live a healthy life now and then. Danielle has, however, come out to express her concern about not being a good enough mom regarding her kids' diets.
The reality TV star pointed out that she's becoming the kind of parent she doesn't want for her kids, and hopefully, she'll work on that.