It's unclear if there will be future seasons of their reality show, OutDaughtered, so what are the Busbys up to right now? Well, it turns out the family of eight — parents Adam and Danielle, daughter Blayke and quints Ava, Parker, Riley, Hazel, Ava, and Olivia — haven't exactly been sitting around. As the show's fourth season just completed with the family's fun-filled, but tantrum-prone, trip to Hawaii (which was obviously filmed prior to airing), the whole Busby clan has just been spotted in sunny Southern California for a leisurely stay, according to InTouch magazine.
And of course, you know they had to hit the Happiest Place on Earth in Anaheim, Calif. The family made sure to spend some time at Disneyland, with Danielle sharing a photo on Instagram to commemorate the day. “Experiencing Disney MY FIRST time with my KIDS’ FIRST TIME, it had totally been worth the wait!" Danielle exclaimed. "BEST DAY EVER! I’m pretty sure I’m having the time of my life!”
The family happily went on the spinning teacups in the park's Fantasyland and hopped on a mini-boat for the "It’s A Small World" ride. Danielle also shared pics on Instagram while they took a candy break and Blayke on the Space Mountain roller coaster solo with her dad.
The Busbys also hit the Santa Monica Pier and, as Adam's Instagram shows, the clan didn't forget to sample some ice cream while in always-warm Los Angeles. When in Rome, right?
We also know, thanks to the 'Gram, that the family really IS pretty normal: They fly Southwest, according to their family Instagram account, It's A Buzz World. For all that, though, their social media reveals that they still got in some time at the swanky Terrenea Resort, and Dad and Mom got a date night while on the Coast.
Danielle has also posted some fun pics of a girls' weekend pilgrimage to Joanna and Chip Gaines' Magnolia Restaurant in Waco, Texas... fun to know that one reality star is a fangirl of another!
As for what the future holds? It's unclear if they will do more seasons of the show, but the Busbys have announced a collaboration with the Food Network, according another InTouch article. (The pair own a cycling studio near their home in Houston, as they have posted on Instagram.)
Not that you need to worry about this adorably enterprising family: E! News reported that, with reality stars sometimes making around $25,000 to $40,000 for a week of filming, and the show having gone four seasons to date... they're likely doing just fine.
One thing about this family is how honest they seem about trying to juggle it all and the need to really work hard and focus to pull off giving all the kids a little attention, plus take care of earning a living. Danielle and Adam don't pretend this happens by magic. "I know it might sound tedious and weird, but you’ve got to make time for [each other]," Danielle told USA Today. "We enjoy each other and love each other and want to hang out together, it’s just we have to plan it."
I can't wait to see what the family does with the Food Network... and maybe there will soon be news on whether or not fans will get another season of the show.