Thursday, July 28, 2016

Jeremy Vuolo is 'excited for the days ahead'

After spending a few days in New York City following his engagement to Jinger Duggar, Jeremy Vuolo headed to New Jersey to visit his grandparents. He filmed this message as a thank you to the many fans who have shown their support:


Video courtesy duggarfamily.com

44 comments:

  1. I AM SO HAPPY FOR JINGER AND JEREMY, JUST KEEP GOD FIRST IN YOUR LIFE AND EVERYTHING ELSE COMES EAZY, GOD BLESS YOU BOTH

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  2. I am so thankful you have this blog. My family does not watch T.V so I am unable to see your shows. I at least am able to keep up with your wonderful family values through here. Thank you again for updating this so regularly. Your family is a truly a light for the Lord in this dim world.

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  3. So happy for you both. Can't wait till wedding.

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  4. I find it sad that, on the eve of the acceptance speech of the first woman to be nominated for President of the US, the highest any Duggar girl can hope for is to get engaged and then have babies. Even that group of future spouses she has to choose from is small and select. How is this doing any good in the big scheme of things?

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    1. I find it sad that you, who apparently supports the party that supposedly "prides itself on being tolerant of other's beliefs and lifestyles", pass such snobbish judgment on what makes these two young people happy. But isn't that the way it always is? Look at yourself in the mirror and please get off your high horse.

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    2. I agree, top poster person. We've discussed this before on the blog, and there are definitely people who feel the same way you do about the girls and the limited options given to them for education or life paths. At least not every parent raises their girls like this, and our country is so much better for that. The things women can accomplish, and always have accomplished, when there are no limits!

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    3. I believe God's a lot happier with what Jinger's doing with her life than what Hillary Clinton is. As for the "big scheme of things" Jinger's doing God's will and that is the best thing she can do.

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    4. You don't have to be affiliated with any particular party to agree that history for women was made this week. A glass ceiling was broken...while other girls are kept on purpose in glass boxes.

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    5. Seriously?????? What's so special about the first lady president?? He is not even qualified... I see Jana and jinger as further ahead in life as Hilary! At least they fear God and aren't a bunch of liars leading people astray

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    6. There is nothing more important in the "big scheme of things" than to raise kind, responsible, and loving children. Even more important than becoming presdident of this country!

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    7. Those attributes are of limited value in the world when you don't add an education or vocation on top of them. A president would know this. Have you ever heard one advocate otherwise for our youth? Quite the opposite, and there is a move afoot, with support on both sides of the political aisles, to make that education more affordable or free.

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    8. Eh yeah there is definitely more to life than having kids. Your comment is rude and offensive. To say that a husband and wife that chose not to have children didn't do the "most important thing" is sickining. What if they choose to be missionaries for the rest of their life? Is that not more important than having a dozen kids.

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    9. Really don't understand what people in this country want. Parents raising good kids and nothing else? How's that going to work? You end up with a bunch good kids standing around doing nothing. (That sounds vaguely familiar.) How's that going to solve the problems already in place? It's all well and good to be good, but as someone else said, there's much more to life and you need to dig in and contribute. "Faith without works" and all that.

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    10. 2:16 pm, I second your comment. You said it perfectly: polite, but honest.

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    11. I'm a woman, and I couldn't care less that a woman was nominated. I'm interested in the best PERSON for the job, woman or man.

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    12. You are seriously comparing a "public servant" who has repeatedly lied to the American public and parents of Benghazi victims, jeopardized our national security, and destroyed 30k emails about "yoga," ETC, to a young girl looking forward to marriage?

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  5. Jeremy, you sound and look like a godly man and a great catch. I'm glad one of the Duggar gals got you before someone else did. I dated my husband for 2 yrs. before we wed. You two probably know each other's heart and soul in seven months than we did in 2 yrs. Jinger, you have loving parents that are teaching you gals to stay focus when courting a guy. Love you all and God Bless

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    1. A catch to be gotten before someone else could? Is finding a husband like a fishing tournament?

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    2. Reel 'em in!! LOL

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  6. He seemed really sincere here. I do hope the best for them.

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  7. Okay, enough of Jinger and Jeremy. It has been non-stop for days now.

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    1. Uh yeah that's how it works. Jill got her spotlight and then Jessa now it's Jinger's turn.

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  8. They are going to have beautiful children! Congratulations! May god bless your journey. 💞

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    1. Oh my goodness. That is presumptive. Maybe they don't want children, or won't be able to have children. Fans are too eager with their expectations for these girls!

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    2. Hopefully these children are a few years down the road.

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    3. Yeah, wishing children may be presumptive, but pointing it out every time is petty.
      Everyone wish other people what they think is the best, you have to take that into consideration.

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    4. I totally agree they are going to have beautiful children! 😄

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    5. Hopefully years down the road.

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  9. I can't wait for the new season and getting to know more about Jeremy Vuolo.

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  10. Congratulations!

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  11. Congratulations Jinger and Jeremy!

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    1. He'll be 29 in September and she'll be 23 in December.

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    2. I looked up. He'll be 29 on September 5th. Jinger will be 23 on December 21st.

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  13. Jinger, Congrats on your engagement!!!

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  14. Jinger congrats! I am so happy for you!

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  15. Just be good to her.

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  16. Congrats to you and Jinger from my mom and I. We wish you the best. God bless you both always!!!

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  17. He doesn't really sound or look that excited?

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  18. Ministry is no doubt a sacrificial calling and admirable service, but it isn't the only line of work available or suitable for Christians. Imagine if everyone worked in ministry; there would be no roadways, buildings, restaurants, services, first responders, military, teachers, etc! It would be great to see the Duggars (and spouses) find employment outside of ministry and the family publicity business.

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  19. Happy for them! But I don't see why they need to thank everyone for their support. They need "support" to get engaged?

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  20. Always loved the suggestion no matter what they been in my life on t.v & my heart every since it came out 19 kids and counting..it shows are children morals and anything showing God's love & power makes my thoughts in high standard!!! Love them all

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