Sweet Home Sextuplets‘ Eric Waldrop and Courtney Waldrop aren’t sure what to do when they can’t see their enemy. But the family sticks together through this difficult time and is doing their best to deal with the situation.
Eric Waldrop and his wife Courtney Waldrop worried about their budget with the remodel. But now this “unseen enemy” is threatening the Sweet Home Sextuplets family’s income. The coronavirus threatens Eric’s livelihood. In fact, he said a lot of people called and postponed their contracts.
When Eric started to worry about his income, landscaping was still considered an essential business. Many other businesses in Alabama were not so lucky. But the Sweet Home Sextuplets dad was glad to know he could still provide for his family.
Since work was up in the air for the Sweet Home Sextuplets father, he and Courtney put their remodel on hold. What that meant for the family was more months in the mobile home with them busting at the seams in such a small space.
Courtney told Eric she was worried about what they could do during the lockdown. There was no school, no sports, no seeing grandparents. And it seemed like they would go wild without a proper place to sleep.
Courtney Waldrop and her husband Eric Waldrop had to move their bed out of the mobile home. They couldn’t fit the girl’s toddler beds in the mobile home without getting their own bed out of the room. Now the Sweet Home Sextuplets parents are sleeping on the couches.
Courtney was crying part of the time and told Eric she didn’t know what to do. Finally, Eric said they couldn’t continue living this way. So he decided they would start working on their house again — including the master bedroom and bathroom.
Having six two-year-olds when you have help is hard enough. But Eric and wife Courtney are now doing things on their own. Courtney Waldrop’s parents used to come over almost every day to help.
Courtney’s father, Popsie, works at a retail store, so they worry about his health and safety. And he can’t come around the family due to COVID-19 concerns. The babies don’t understand why they don’t get to see them anymore, and both Eric Waldrop and spouse Courtney say it’s hard to watch.
The family stays committed to taking care of their health. And Eric and Courtney Waldrop even said that the pandemic made life quieter — in a good way. But the Sweet Home Sextuplets matriarch and patriarch aren’t sure when they will ever feel safe again.
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