‘Sweet Home Sextuplets’: Courtney Waldrop’s Toddlers Into Competitive Sports

Sweet Home Sextuplets mom Courtney Waldrop recently revealed that all six toddlers just started a competitive sport.

Sweet Home Sextuplets: Courtney Encourages Toddlers

The Sweet Home Sextuplets family always stay active. The older Waldrop boys played sports, Eric worked and coached, and Courtney likes to get all the children outside and moving. But now, Courtney said that she signed the toddlers up for a gymnastics class. And all six of the three year old’s gave it a try. The boys and girls had a blast and competed with each other to be the best. And Courtney Waldrop said she’s glad that they all seem to love it.

Since the whole Waldrop family liked physical activity, Courtney thought this would be a good choice for the younger kids. And she said that the Sweet Home Sextuplets girls felt particularly excited about it. Courtney Waldrop told fans that they really loved having an activity of their own finally. Because they had spent so much time watching the big boys participate in all of theirs.

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Courtney Waldrop Pushes Sextuplets to Do More

With nine children, six of which are three years old, Courtney Waldrop stayed very busy. But now the Sweet Home Sextuplets star said she started to feel like the crazy days were over. Since the sextuplets started preschool, Courtney finally got a few hours a week to herself. And pictured what life would be like in just a couple years when all the kids were in school full time.

And now that the Sweet Home Sextuplets toddlers started their own extracurricular activity, Courtney Waldrop said that the baby stage finally ended. Courtney said that she definitely tried to cherish every minute of it. Even though it kept her life very hectic. Especially with all the construction going on during most of their childhood. But now things settled down and the Waldrop family started to feel like they were living their normal life again.

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Sweet Home Sextuplets: The Kids Are Catching up to Their Peers

Over the course of SHS, viewers watched the babies from fetus and birth to toddler-hood. When the six were born, they were premature and the doctors warned that their development might be delayed. Courtney Waldrop did her best to keep an eye on each child and work with them to build their gross and fine motor skills. But at one point during the show, she took them in and had them evaluated. And a few of the kids needed some extra attention with their development because they had lagged behind.

Courtney Waldrop enlisted the help of friends to work with the toddlers on their skills. And most went to occupational therapy. Plus, preschool helped them a lot as well. Recently Courtney told followers that all six of the Sweet Home Sextuplets children had finally caught up to their peers. Each one had tested at the normal level for their age group. And Courtney said she felt so happy that they were all doing so well. Plus, with older brothers paving the way and the sextuplets starting their own activities, it won’t be long before the youngsters end up well ahead in their development.

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