In tonight’s 19 Kids and Counting, amateur photographer Jinger Duggar volunteers to take Jessa and Ben Seewald’s engagement photos. Meanwhile, Jill and Derick Dillard start to prepare for their baby by going to their first midwife visit.
In real-time, the countdown is really on for Baby Dilly — with exactly one month to go until his due date! The rest of the family is also keeping busy with interviews of various types…
Pregnant Jill Dillard shows off 35 week baby bump
Not only is Jill looking great in her third trimester, but she said she’s also feeling fantastic.
“I feel great, I feel really good,” Jill told People last week. “He’s moving around a lot and doing a lot of rolling.”
She also confirmed they plan to have a home-birth — with help from older sister Jana Duggar. Plenty more will be standing by and ready to help. She said, “My sisters, mom and Derick’s mom are available as errand runners.”
I don’t know whether that includes 6-year-old Jordyn Duggar, but the little girl did show she’s excited about Jill’s pregnancy by mimicking the baby bump this week.
“Too cute! Jordyn does her perfect Jill imitation,” the family said on Facebook. “Precious girls.”
Ben Seewald comments on Jana Duggar’s relationship status
One of the hottest Duggar topics is who will be the next to court — and many are betting on 25-year-old Jana, the oldest Duggar daughter.
There were even rumors that she was seeing former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow after their parents were pictured together. However, brother-in-law Ben wants to make it clear that isn’t happening, as much as he would like it!
“He’d be a great addition to the family,” Ben told People. He added he would claim him for family flag football games. “We’d win every time.”
Unfortunately, Ben and Jessa said Jana hasn’t even met Tim.
Jinger Duggar talks about being “a sinner”
The fourth-oldest Duggar daughter, Jinger isn’t on social media and rarely does interviews by herself, so it was interesting to hear straight from her in a video Jessa posted this week. In the interview with Ben, Jinger shared her Christian testimony…
“Really, my heart was not changed until I was 14 years old,” Jinger explained. “And I came in to my parents and I was like, ‘I really need Jesus, because I know that by my own self, I’m not going to be able to get to Heaven. I’ve done so many bad deeds. I’ve sinned against God and I cannot save myself from my sins.'”
Jinger said that from that time on, she wanted to talk to other people, listen to their stories and share her experience.
19 Kids and Counting airs on TLC on Tuesdays at 9/8c.