Sweet Home Sextuplets‘ Courtney Waldrop made fans do a doubletake on a recent statement about life during the lockdown. The mom of nine seems to enjoy the slower pace of life and isn’t afraid to say so.
Sweet Home Sextuplets Update: Courtney Waldrop Life Changes
Courtney Waldrop and her husband, Eric Waldrop, were outside talking when the call came. Courtney’s friend asked her if she heard about the coronavirus. At that point, the Sweet Home Sextuplets mom didn’t know about it, but it soon struck home.
Counties closeby started popping cases and Courtney and Eric worried about the health and safety of their family. This was at the point when there was virtually no toilet paper in the stores. And the Sweet Home Sextuplets family ran low on baby wipes, diapers, and other essentials.
During this time, the TLC camera crew had to leave and go back home. They taped a couple of episodes on their own, but it wasn’t very manageable for the Sweet Home Sextuplets crew. But it seems like she is doing better now after getting used to quarantine life.
Sweet Home Sextuplets: Courtney & Eric Waldrop Social Distance & Slow Down
Viewers watched as Courtney Waldrop and her family distanced from family and friends. It was painful to see Courtney’s dad, Popsie, miss out on the kids. And she said the little ones didn’t understand because they were too young.
After going through this difficulty, Courtney said that she always wanted a life like this. In fact, Courtney said she used to watch The Andy Griffith Show as a child. And, now she thinks how nice it would be to have their life. And she said she feels like she’s pretty close to that.
Before the lockdown, the family was always running around. They had sports and all types of other activities viewers watched on Sweet Home Sextuplets. But now, Eric takes the kids fishing, they spend time at the pumpkin patch and a lot of other socially distanced activities.
Enjoying the Lockdown Lifestyle
Fans of the show aren’t sure they share Courtney Waldrop’s positive outlook on things. But they are glad she enjoys life through the time of COVID-19. And it seems like the kids enjoy their slower-paced life as well.
Viewers hope the camera crews are back for the next season of Sweet Home Sextuplets. The viewers dealt with a lot of shaking when they did their own recording. Courtney shared her walks with her good friend but showed they were at least six feet apart.
With so much farmland to run on, it doesn’t seem like life is as difficult for the family as others living in smaller spaces. Viewers wonder if they will maintain this lifestyle after the virus runs its course.
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