BRINGING UP BATES Star Shares Adorable BOSS BABY Family Photo Shoot

Photo from Carlin (Bates) Stewart’s Instagram

BRINGING UP BATES Star Shares Adorable BOSS BABY Family Photo Shoot

By Movieguide® Contributor

BRINGING UP BATES star Carlin Bates Stewart just posted an adorable picture of her family, all dressed up for a Bates family costume party.

“@thebatesfam annual ‘I Love You Day’ party!” she captioned the series of photos including her, her husband Evan Stewart and their two children, Zade and Layla. 

“The theme was ‘detectives, and spies,” her caption continued. 

They dressed up as the family from the popular BOSS BABY movies, the first of which won the 2018 Movieguide® Award for Best Movie for Families. 

Stewart continued, “Layla and Zade had the time of their lives! Thanks, mom and dad for all the effort you put into making things special and memorable!”

The Bates family soared to fame on the former UPtv show BRINGING UP BATES.

Movieguide® previously reported on the success of the family-friendly BRINGING UP BATES:

BRINGING UP BATES season nine continues to put a God-honoring family on display as their numbers multiply. The family members regularly pray, talk about church, and share how God is moving in their lives as the 19 children start courtships, get married and have babies.

“You see the good, the bad, the fun, the downtime, the highs and the lows, relationships, developing life changing different career opportunities for my siblings, so it’s kind of a mixture,” says Lawson Bates.

The reality show airs on UPtv, but earlier seasons are available on Amazon Prime.

BRINGING UP BATES follows the conservative Christian Bates family who reside in Tennessee. Gil and Kelly Jo Bates have 19 children, and the show has chronicled much of their lives as the children grow up and mature into young adults.

BRINGING UP BATES is refreshingly family-oriented, especially in season 9. The Bates family sees and declares children as a blessing from God, and the parents (now grandparents) eagerly pray over the expanding family. Furthermore, it’s heartening to see children honoring their parents by assisting when parents need help. It’s clear that the Bates children are very intent on raising their own children with godly values.

There are absolutely no questionable elements in BRINGING UP BATES. Because of the family’s Christian values, they do not use foul or obscene language of any kind. There is no nudity or violence, either. Some couples hold hands, and married couples briefly kiss. The family praises Jesus in both words and actions. Multiple people pray on screen.

BRINGING UP BATES is absolutely a show you can watch with your whole family.

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