Sweet Home Sextuplets Spoilers: Snow Day For The Waldrop Family
Sweet Home Sextuplets spoilers and updates tease that Courtney and Eric Waldrop were happy to get a snow day with their children. The family lives in Alabama and snow days for them are pretty few and far between, but when they heard that ice and snow were coming their way, they got excited and a bit nervous.
Sweet Home Sextuplets Spoilers – Snow Day For the Waldrops
When the Southeastern part of the country gets warnings for snow and ice, it can be a little scary. These parts of the country are not generally prepared like places that get more snow.
Usually, the power goes out and the roads are incredibly dangerous, but Eric and Courtney were able to stay in and get some winter wonderland time with the kids.
Courtney posted on Instagram some photos of her with Eric and some of the kids playing in the snow. She posted on a picture of her with Eric, “The sextuplets are having a love/ hate relationship with the snow right now. It is absolutely FREEZING. The temperature is 16 but feels like negative 20. We ain’t used to these temperatures in our neck of the woods.”
With so many children, most of them being toddlers, it has been tough for Sweet Home Sextuplets cast member Courtney to get a lot of photos, but the ones that she got were pretty great! Courtney mentioned that the kids were really cold and they did not want to pose for pictures or play in the snow, but they got some good shots of her and Eric together.
Sweet Home Sextuplets Updates – Snow Storm Hits East Coast
Courtney and Eric have about 450,000 followers on Instagram and they were very happy to see pictures of the family playing together in the snow. It was surprising to see such a big and cold storm hit the east coast, but the family was very thankful that the kids got a chance to experience snow for the first time. It truly was a treat for all.
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