OutDaughtered fans surely love to watch the antics of the reality show family that includes six girls, five of whom are quintuplets. However, the Busbies also have a possibly bleak side and are known to make controversial decisions that occasionally cause a scandal. For example, Adam Busby, the children’s father, faced a backlash in April 2020 when some social media followers felt he was putting their children in danger.
Adam surely wasn’t expecting to end up in trouble when he went to Instagram to post a photo of his wife, Danielle Busby, as well as three of her daughters riding various types of bikes (or are those drift karts?). While making sure the kids enjoyed a little time outdoors while also getting some exercise, the little ones seemed to be quite happy, even if they did a little show. “Can you imagine the looks we have on night walks down the street …” said the girls’ father in the apparently sweet photo.
However, others saw a problem with the photo, which resulted in the Busbies being accused of putting their children in danger.
Adam Busby denied that his children were in “danger of death”
” Helmets? That was the question that one of Adam Busby’s social media followers left in his Instagram post that showed his daughters (and wife) riding without any protective gear on their heads, according to In Contact . Frankly, others wondered the same thing. Granted, those who were concerned about children may have a point.
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“Trauma to the brain can occur as a result of an impact, which can cause a concussion or open fracture of the skull, or a discordant movement, such as a quick turn or a sudden stop,” explains Rush University Medical Center. on their website. In fact, “Even seemingly mild head injuries, in which you are not unconscious, can cause permanent cognitive and behavioral problems, such as memory loss, inability to concentrate, sleep disturbances, and in some cases permanent disability Or death “. That certainly seems like a good reason to wear a helmet. However, Adam was unwilling to bear any possible embarrassment from the parents regarding the matter.
“If I thought my children were in some kind of deadly danger [without helmets], they would use them,” Adam replied. In fact, girls have been photographed wearing helmets in the past while posing on scooters, so apparently this is a rule that parents sometimes have their children follow. Perhaps, just to be safe and to avoid any further reaction, you should make a rule that you always follow.