Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Jessa: 'I have learned so much from Anna'


"I have learned so much from Anna, just watching the way that she loves her kids... It's just been such a blessing to me, as I'm stepping into mommy-hood myself, to look to her as an example and learn from her."

-Jessa (Duggar) Seewald

In the following deleted scene, Anna Duggar and Jessa discuss Meredith and Spurgeon's latest milestones. Did you know that Jana Duggar and Joy-Anna Duggar both learned to walk at nine months? But Jana's twin, John-David Duggar, took a little longer to become stable on his feet.



Photo/video courtesy TLC

18 comments:

  1. I miss seeing Jessa and Anna. They are both such beautiful people inside and out and such wonderful moms! :)

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  2. I would love to know where the Duggar girls find all their cute nice outfits that are modest.. Thanks for not showing what needs to be covered. It is much appreciated. I think that is what I need to find more. I have been to several stores and have not bought clothes due to modesty

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  3. Meredith is just so gorgeous :) :) :) :)

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  4. to tell you the truth i was not a big anna fan before everything happen with josh but the way this woman has walked through this difficult situation has turned me into her #1 fan! she seems to have pulled closer to our Lord and not become bitter - she is just such a witness and i pray for her josh often. God bless them both.

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  5. You should not have to watch others to learn how to love your kids. Isn't that natural?

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    1. Nope. In fact Paul instructs Titus to tell the older women to train the younger women to love their husbands and children. If it was natural across the board there wouldn't have been a need for it in Crete.

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    2. Yes but for some patience isn't. It must be a lot to deal with.

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  6. What happen to Josh you evey hear anything from him?

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  7. Lovely. Now I'd like to hear them discuss particle physics or Fermat's Last Theorem, because women can also do that.

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    1. The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world.

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  8. Re-posting since my comment seems to have been lost. Just think how much both women could have learned if they went to school and had a job!

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  9. If the hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world, then there are a lot of nannies, babysitters, and daycare workers ruling the world right now. Working mothers are in the majority.

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    1. Do you have something against working mothers?

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    2. Do you have somethings against stay-home moms?

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  10. Joanne O' GormanJune 5, 2016 at 8:22 AM

    Hi I am a fan and I recently found a christian bookshop in Dublin Ireland, there I found 'morning by morning' by the preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon. It is really speaking to me in my life right now. It is a daily devotional for every day of the year. I read it every morning. I never would have got an interest in Spurgeon if it had not been for you guys! Thanks. Joanne.

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  11. You don't need to go to school and have a job to learn. You can learn via travelling, being self-employed, the library and books. Womanhood is not determined by going to school and having a job. There are so many people that have done that and they are now stressed out to max and some cannot find work to start their career.

    When we go to meet our maker, he will not be interested in our career, money, schooling or friends but our relationship with him. Being a woman is not defined by being a working mother. The bible does not say thou shalt go to college and get an education then a career or else if you don't, you have disobeyed God.

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