'7 Little Johnstons' Stars Trent & Amber Introduce Go-Karting to Emma & Alex — Watch the Video
The popular stars of the hit show "7 Little Johnstons" Trent and Amber made it to a TLC broadcast where they attempted a safe method of go-karting, teaching their children, Emma and Alex, how to drive.
The popular television channel TLC took to Instagram to share a short reel with fans, which showed the reality TV family, the Johnstons, enjoying a fun time out together.
The popular stars of the "7 Little Johnstons," Trent and Amber, took the lockdown as an opportunity to teach two of their children, Emma and Alex, how to drive.
The reel kickstarted with Amber explaining it was the last week of summer, and she and her husband, Trent, thought to get some fun in. With the presence of their family dog and the younger children, the lovely duo is seen go-karting to illustrate the vehicle's use to their children.
Later in the video, the matriarch, Amber, added that Emma and Alex were celebrants-to-be and would have to start studying for their drivers' permits soon.
Remembering her partner Trent's experience in his attempt to teach their older children Jonah, Anna, and Liz to drive, she felt another method could be adopted in teaching Emma and Alex.
Adding to her claim, the reality star explained that they thought to get a go-kart that Emma and Alex could use for practice around the yard so that when they got a car, it would be less stressful for Trent.
The mother of five knows her height difference will be a topic of discussion on resumption.
Meanwhile, the famous Johnston family's young siblings seemed delighted about owning and driving a go-kart as they climbed into the vehicle in adoration.
Although a go-kart doesn't apply the same basics as a car, and it wasn't brand new, the siblings looked forward to interesting driving lessons from their father, Trent.
Amid the pandemic crisis, the younger siblings are excited and anticipate going back to school. Amber isn't left out of this excitement as she also prepares to return to school as a full-time teacher.
The mother of five knows her height difference will be a topic of discussion on resumption but the reality television star looks forward to teaching her students acceptance.