OutDaughtered': Danielle Busby shares adorable picture of her six daughters, says it gives her 'hope'
The 'OutDaughtered' family's Danielle Busby has always been vocal about the struggles she and her husband, Adam faced when they tried to conceive and now that she has six beautiful daughters, the reality stars want to let everyone know that it is important to have hope.
Recently, the reality star took to Instagram to share a picture of her daughters. The photo, which was taken when the quints were born, showed Blayke smiling while being surrounded by her sisters.
Danielle noted that looking at the picture always filled her with joy. "One of my favorite pictures! Our first photoshoot with all six of our girlies. This photo reminds me daily to never give up HOPE," she noted.
The reality star further reflected at the time when Adam and she were trying to conceive but were left disappointed.
"For the days when I was so lost and in pain of not being able to have children... to know a house full of six girls. I could have never imagined this life. It's hard but so rewarding!" she noted. Adam and Danielle welcomed all their children through intrauterine insemination.
Danielle even lent her support to all her fans who were going through the same thing. The reality star advised them to have hope and not give up.
"To those of you who may be struggling to have children, don’t give up HOPE. There is a time your time will come. it may look different than what you 'imagine' but God is in control and He will bless those who are faithful," she wrote.
Many fans were quick to comment about how adorable the picture looked. One fan noted that she had a similar picture framed as the comment read, "I have the same on in my living room. I love it so much! I add others but refuse to take that one down. Such a great reminder of God’s blessings!"
Meanwhile, some gained hope after reading Danielle's post. "After 3 rounds of IVF and 2 very hard miscarriages... I appreciate this post!" noted one fan, while another added, "Needed to hear this today. Yes, hope. Thanks for sharing."