Recently, the Sweet Home Sextuplets family dog, Otis, had to go inside to hide from the crazy Waldrop kids. The sextuplets are full of energy and it proved to be too much for their pet.
Sweet Home Sextuplets: Waldrop Dog Escapes Chaos
The Waldrop family dog, Otis, is an outside dog. And according to the Sweet Home Sextuplets mom Courtney, he rarely, if ever, went inside the house. But recently, the Waldrop siblings all went outside to play and enjoy the outdoors. All the energy and excitement from the nine kids proved to be too much for their dog. And Otis hightailed it inside to escape the chaos.
In a rent post, Courtney Waldrop captured a photo of the family dog sitting inside the house and looking out at the family. She told fans that she and the Sweet Home Sextuplets children played outside that day. And that they had left the door open because the weather was so nice. Courtney said she was surprised to see their dog in the window. And commiserated with Otis Waldrop by saying, “I totally feel ya!”
The Waldrops Enjoy Their Space
After the eleven Sweet Home Sextuplets members spent over seven months stuck in a mobile home together, they were happy to have some space again. Eric and Courtney Waldrop started remodeling their house back in 2019. And they were only supposed to be in the temporary home for three months at the most. But then the pandemic came along shortly after the work began. The remodel and the show both had to pause work during the lockdown.
Fortunately, with a lot of restrictions and precautions in place, the construction started again. And now the Waldrops are back in their spacious home. The Sweet Home Sextuplets were still very young at the time and barely remembered anything else. They even felt a little sad when the mobile home got towed away. But now they’ve settled in and love having the extra room and freedom.
Sweet Home Sextuplets: An Outdoors Family
The Waldrops always spent a lot of their time outdoors. When the Sweet Home Sextuplets babies were born, it was very difficult for the family to leave the house. But the six are three years old now. And they have been able to get back to a new normal. All the nine children are very active. The older boys played multiple sports and loved to practice out in the yard. They also started building their own structures out back after watching all the construction.
The Sweet Home Sextuplets dad, Eric Waldrop, loved raising animals. The family had sheep when the show started. But they had to sell them to afford a van that was big enough to hold the whole family. Later, Eric was able to purchase cattle. And now he and the older boys take care of the cows. As the sextuplets have grown, they seem to be following in their family’s footsteps. Courtney often posts pictures of the six playing in the dirt and running around the yard. And fans love to see the whole family enjoying the outdoors.
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