Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Spurgeon is 'Top Notch'


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In this interview with TLCme host Danni Starr, Jessa and Ben Seewald give a quick update on their journey as parents. According to Jessa, Spurgeon Seewald's easy-going personality comes from one parent in particular, as the other was a more high-strung baby. Before watching the video, post your guess on whether Jessa or Ben was the laid-back child.




Photo/video courtesy TLC

35 comments:

  1. Used to be a Duggars fanApril 27, 2016 at 11:52 AM

    Last night's episode was essentially a repeat. For part one of a season finale, I'm not sure why we had to watch 33 minutes, of 48 minutes, of content we had already seen and that added nothing new to the narrative.

    It was almost surreal, watching last night's episode, there were many times when I thought that I wasn't watching Counting On because there were so many extended previews for other shows. There was only one, very local, commercial for our viewing. That doesn't bode well.

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  2. It was most definitely Ben that was the laid-back child! He still is!!!

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  3. FYI, I did guess (in my comment) before watching the video, honest!!!! :)

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  4. I think it is Ben who was the more laid back.

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  5. Jess told us the answer last night on the show.

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  6. That v-neck shirt again!

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    1. I am convinced that TLC has given up with this show. They don't care what they show any more.

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  7. ben!!! jessa has never struck me as the chill baby. On 19 kids and counting her parents described her as a spunky baby.

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  8. I could never get tired of viedoes! :-)

    THANK YOU for all you do on the blogs! I love them.

    So since Ellie is busy being a wife,blogger and journalist does Lily post more or do you both post together?

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    1. That's good to hear! We are blessed to have you as a reader. I (Ellie) am the primary blogger. :)

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    2. Well thank you! You are doing an amazing job! :-)
      And sorry for my misspelled word on the first comment just now noticed that;-)

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  9. Jessa was the high string child.

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  10. my guess is Ben was more laid back

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  11. Ben-laid-back
    Jessa-high-strung
    thats just my guess!

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  12. Please lady put on a cami or tank top! If they weren't being paid, No way would Jessa have let Ben sit in the same room with that woman. That had to make them pretty uncomfortable.

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    1. I didn't notice it until you mentioned it but that was pretty inconsiderate of the interviewer knowing their views on modest dress.

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    2. And hold her baby. Looks like only one person isn't tired of these videos

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    3. What happen to Nike?? They should of been screaming it.

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    4. Ben is a married man. He is able to look at her in the eyes even if her shirt shows a little bit more skin than what he is used to with his wife. She is not doing anything wrong.

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    5. First off Ben is a grown man. Jessa can't "let" him do or not do anything...as Ben can't "let" Jessa do or not do something. Secondly, what does that say about their moral character? As long as money is involved they compromise their values? Neither is good.

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    6. Um...don't think it's a compliment to say they wouldn't even do the interview if money weren't involved. Aren't we as Christians not supposed to do certain things no matter what? Her clothes clearly fall in the "Nike" category....except when they are paid?? Very confusing.

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  13. I think Ben was the easy-going baby and Jessa was the high-strung baby

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  14. My guess would be that Ben was the laid-back one. He just seems to be that way. Haha! Also, thank you SO MUCH for posting all of these videos!! I absolutely love and appreciate them! :)

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  15. Definitely Ben he seems to be the laid back and chilled kinda guy and Jessa is exciting and the one who is always has energy. Definitely Ben.

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  16. That interviewer's low-cut top made ME uncomfortable. I can't imagine how Jessa (and Ben) felt. TLC knows the standards of the Duggars and their viewers. For heaven's sake, respect that.

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    1. Why should she have to follow their modesty standards?

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    2. That is a ridiculous statement. Nobody should change their personal style to accommodate the Duggars. Not to mention the Duggar's have certainly changed their style to continue to be on TV.

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    3. Maybe noons should have to change their clothes but I honestly feel as if this interview should not be on their blog! They, as a christian family with known standards, should not be subjecting christian and innocent fans/children to this woman's cleavage. This could stir up desires of young people or adults. Remember why they yell Nike? So now it is almost as if it is okay to help promote this type of dress just because they are being paid? If they truly don't accept this do not publish or participate in interviews where the host is even a little provocatively dressed! Just say you will have to be fully clothed before we speak. Stand up for standards/morals in this country! I am disappointed in the Duggars because if Nike was a real thing, they would have been running out of that studio.

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    4. Really? That was all you could focus on?

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  17. I seem to remember, from the videos before their wedding, that Jessa was saying she was laid back.

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  18. Spurgeon Seewald's easy-going personality comes from Jessa.

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