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Trading up: Blended family doing ‘trade up challenge’ to get new vehicle

| Hansen Hasenberg
You might have seen them in a viral video on Tik Tok in October or at Navarre First Assembly of God, but wherever the Blended Bugbys go, they are sure to leave an impression. The Bugbys are a large family, nine in all, and are currently in the midst of a “trade up challenge” to get a new vehicle. They call themselves the Blended Bugbys as several of their children are adopted, including two from Haiti. Joshua Bugby, a development director for Children In Crisis, is the patriarch of the family. He said adoption has played a larger role in his family’s life.
The Blended Bugbys include Jodi-Lynn (from left), Lyla, Jeremiah, Akok Shan, Sofia, Yanni, Winston and Joshua.


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