‘OutDaughtered’ News: Olivia Busby Loses Her Tooth

For fans of the TLC show, OutDaughtered, we keep up with the quints as they are growing up. A new milestone has happened in their lives and it is pretty big. Olivia Busby has lost her first baby tooth. She and her twin sister, Ava Busby, were actually the first two quints born and fans think that they are exact copies of one another. Does this mean that Ava will lose a tooth soon too?

Olivia’s Lost Tooth

There are many moments for the quints that need to be celebrated and losing a tooth is one! Blakye Busby just had some teeth pulled because she is getting braces soon and the quints were curious about what it was like to lose teeth. Now Olivia knows exactly what it is like!

Danielle told fans that on November 24, Olivia said that her tooth was feeling “wiggly”. She also told her fans that Olivia was actually the first quint to get her first baby teeth as a young child. It seems only fitting that she is the first one to lose a tooth as well. We can only imagine how busy the Tooth Fairy is going to be at the Busby house!

If we look at the birth order of the quints, this may give us a better idea of who will lose a tooth next. The birth order goes as follows: Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley, and Parker. Will Ava be the next quint to lose a tooth? What if the birth order has nothing to do with who loses a tooth next?

Only Time Will Tell Who Will Be The Next Quint To Lose A Tooth

Only time will tell who will be the next quint to lose a tooth, but we can only imagine how crazy this is going to be when they start losing them all at once. Like we said, that Tooth Fairy is going to be very busy with picking up teeth!

If you want to keep up with the quints now that the show is not on the air, you can follow Danielle and Adam Busby on their Instagram accounts. You can also check out their YouTube channel called It’s a Buzz World.

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with OutDaughtered right now. Come back here often for OutDaughtered spoilers, news, and updates.

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