‘Sweet Home Sextuplets’: Waldrops Trapped by Mud

Sweet Home Sextuplets mom Courtney Waldrop said it’s hard to find things for the kids to do. And the TLC mom admitted that they were trapped by the mud in the yard and had to stay inside a lot.

Sweet Home Sextuplets: Inside Courtney Waldrop’s Home is Fun

Courtney Waldrop from Sweet Home Sextuplets said it is difficult getting stuck inside. The weather is “icky” and cold, and the yard is full of nothing but dirt and mud. The Sextuplets usually get outside and play a lot but not when the weather is like this.

The Sweet Home Sextuplets cast members are grateful they have a big house to play in. Not long ago, they had the same situation but were stuck in a tiny mobile home. Their house was under construction, and they lived there for 7 months.

Now they have plenty of room to do activities. But that doesn’t mean the kids don’t miss being outside. Despite being stuck to inside play, it appears the kids are having a lot of fun.

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Rivers Waldrop & Siblings Great Crafty

Sweet Home Sextuplets mom Courtney set up some fun stuff for the kids to do. They got out an activity box, and Rivers and the others started making some cool creations. She said the kids were very into what they were doing and very quiet.

She said she was trying to stop calling them babies, but it was difficult to do. Fans of SHS said they will always be here babies and said it was fine for her to call them that. Others noticed that her kitchen looks amazingly clean, even with all of the kids in there.

Sweet Home Sextuplets fans said the kids looked very interested in their project. Rivers Waldrop looked intently at her craft project and added some cute details. Everyone was proud of their work—including their mother, Courtney.

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Sweet Home Sextuplets: Courtney Defends Her Dog Treatment

Courtney recently told fans that the Sweet Home Sextuplets dog, Otis, is always outside. Many viewers said it was terrible that they leave him outside. But she defended her position, saying that the weather hardly got harsh in Alabama.

Some viewers said that she just said the weather was too rough for the kids to be outside, so how could she say it was fine for the dog? Courtney Waldrop explained that Otis has the entire garage. They don’t park in it, and it has all of his essentials in there.

Otis is a Great Pyrenees and is bread to be a farm dog. But they said he isn’t great at it, so they keep him near the house as a pet. But he doesn’t like to be inside any more than the kids like to be inside.

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