Sweet Home Sextuplets fans know that Eric and Courtney Waldrop have their hands full with their nine children. On the family’s show, which has officially come to an end, fans got a sneak peek into their busy lives.
It’s safe to say that Courtney and Eric weren’t expecting to have nine children, but they are so happy with their large family now. They have 11-year-old Saylor, 9-year-old twins Wales and Bridge, and three-year-old sextuplets, Blu, Rawlings, Tag, Rayne, Layke, and Rivers.
Did Courtney Waldrop go over the kid limit?
In a new Instagram post, Courtney reveals that she may have exceeded the kid limit. It’s not difficult to do with nine kiddos at home. In her post, she wrote, “I’m pretty positive we exceeded the kid limit on this thing😝”
The mom of nine shared a series of photos of her kids playing on an inflatable waterslide in the yard. It has a climbing wall, as well as two slides. It looks like the kids are having a blast, even if all of them technically aren’t supposed to be on it at the same time.
She doesn’t reveal what the limit was, but it doesn’t sound like anyone is hurt, and the slide appears to be intact. So, maybe it’s not such a big deal that the family exceeded the limit.
Then, she wrote, “But that’s ok I just loved that the big boys had as much fun playing on it as the sextuplets did!! I think the big boys are loving the riding toys just as much too😆”
Fans love Courtney’s new post, and they think the waterslide looks like a lot of fun for the kids. They say it’s the perfect way to keep all of them occupied.
One fan writes, “Om-gosh! They are just the cutest!! I can hear the giggles and shenanigans! Haha.” Another adds, “I bet they were so fun to watch!! A great way to end the summer!! ❤️” Some fans also point out how good the older boys are with their younger siblings. In the pictures, Wales, Saylor, and Bridge are helping the little ones out.
So, what do you think of the fun waterslide snaps Courtney Waldrop shared? Do you think there are too many kids on the slide? Let us know in the comments below.