Dad makes a wish and blows out the candles, but then his daughters begin to cry
Toddlers have are prone to excessively dramatic tantrums, if you have children you already know what I'm talking about. This family from Houston, Texas, certainly knows it very well.
After all, Danielle and Adam Busby are parents of quintuplets! In this particular case, the blowing of the candles on Adam’s birthday did not go as expected, and the parents shared the hilarious moment on their Youtube account.
The family of eight sat around the table to sing Happy Birthday to Adam for the first time since the arrival of Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Olivia Marie, Parker Kate y Riley Paige, with their mother, staying behind the camera.
Adam looks delighted in the company of his older daughter and the five toddlers, all dressed in pink. Danielle is heard singing Happy Birthday as some of the little girls appear to dance along. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.
But as soon as the song is over and Adam blows out the candles, the baby to his left starts to cry really loud, with one of her sisters reacting the same way, baffling the parents and becoming a viral phenomenon that gathered over 12 million views.
The Busby’s made headlines in 2015 when they became the first parents in the United States to conceive quintuplets, and their daughters are the first female quintuplets born in the entire world since 1969, according to CNN.
As the couple struggled with fertility treatments in order for Danielle to become pregnant with her first child, Blayke, they started to undergo the process earlier when they decided to have a second, but they never imagined what came next.
The treatment was more successful than they ever expected, and Danielle became pregnant with no less than five babies. It was quite a surprise for them, but they embarked on the beautiful journey life chose for them.
They wanted to share their incredible story with the world, so they started to build their Youtube channel to give the public a glimpse of their unique parenting challenge.
Soon, their videos caught the interest of the TLC network, which specialized in family reality TV series, and the Busby’s were offered their own show. The family accepted and OutDaughtered was born, airing for the first time on May 10, 2016.