Courtney Waldrop Bio, Age, Husband, Kids, Net Worth, Sweet Home Sextuplets

Courtney Waldrop Sweet Home Sextuplets
Courtney Waldrop Sweet Home Sextuplets

Courtney Waldrop Biography

This is what you need to know about Courtney Waldrop, a well known American reality television star. Her alongside her husband Eric Waldrop stars on the TLC reality show, Sweet Home Sextuplets. Courtney struggled from multiple miscarriages and tried fertility medication to assist further pregnancies. Although Courtney was given a low dose, she was soon pregnant with sextuplets, doubling the size of her family.

Courtney Waldrop Age

Courtney Waldrop was born on March 3, 1982, in the United States. He is 38 years old as of 2020.

Courtney Waldrop Height

  • Not Known.

Courtney Waldrop Husband

Courtney is married to her husband Eric Waldrop since 2017. The couple has been together since the eighth grade and were married in 2004. Together they are blessed with nine children.

Courtney Waldrop Children

Courtney and her husband Eric are parents of their nine children – Saylor (2010), twins Wales and Bridge (2013), and the sextuplets, Rayne, Rawlings, Rivers, Tag, Layke, and Blu, born ten weeks prematurely in December 2017.

 Sweet Home Sextuplets
Sweet Home Sextuplets

Courtney Waldrop Net Worth

Courtney has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars. Her career as reality television star is the primary source of her income.

Courtney Waldrop Career

As per the Distractify, Courtney used to work at Albertville City Schools as a first-grade teacher. In the pilot episode of the show, she revealed that she has taught for over 13 years.

Courtney Waldrop – Sweet Home Sextuplets

Waldrops didn’t set out to have nine children. They had three boys and were hoping for one more. They had issues falling pregnant again, which lead Courtney to go on a low dose of fertility treatment. She ended up getting pregnant with six kids: three boys (named Blu, Layke, and Tag) and three girls (Rawlings, Rayne, and Rivers.)
They add that even though they’ve got cameras filming their day-to-day lives, their lives have remained largely unchanged. “It’s just like watching a home video,” Courtney says. “It’s hard to even imagine it’s on in a million people’s homes. I feel like it’s only on in our house.”