Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Jinger's Christmas Decorations

5 weeks until Christmas! Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo are celebrating their second holiday season as a married couple, and their home is already decked out in festive decor. Here are a few snapshots:





Photos courtesy jingerandjeremy.com

172 comments:

  1. They seem to have a real house. So Nice! And happy that they have time as a couple. And enjoy time to really get to know their relationship. Not rush into pregnancy. They are way better and modern!

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    1. --As opposed to an "unreal" house??

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    2. Whether they "rush" into anything or not is their business.

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    3. Maybe 'not rush into pregnancy' means Jinger is having trouble getting pregnant or staying pregnant. Ever think of that?

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    4. Way better and modern? Um...ok.

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    5. I think the OP meant that they are in a house and not an apartment.

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    6. I bet Jeremy is going to put Christmas lights and decorations on his bookcases now that he has them all back and in his office. Poor man lost them during the de-bachelorizing of the apartment

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    7. I have great memories of getting the big boxes of christmas ornaments, the trainset, and all the little houses, shops, churches that we would setup under the tree as our christmas village. The train will wind through the village. Gosh I loved to set it up and play with it for the month. My Mom was verY regimented and organized, so every single year we put the Christmas decorations up the day after Thanksgiving, and every year absolutely everything was carefully repacked into it's original box and then my Father would pack them all up into the storage boxes and away they went, back to the attic for another year. I wish I had just one half of my Mom's discipline!

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  2. What happened to Thanksgiving?

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    1. I know, right? I loathe that the retail sector has moved Black Friday to Thanksgiving Day! Why, can't it wait ONE day, so everyone can enjoy their families?? But instead there are millions gobbling down turkey then rushing to the nearest mall or Walmart and fighting over the hottest, cheapest China made toy. It is absolutely disgusting!! Do they really think generations before us had that in mind when we started celebrating Thanksgiving? And all of the people who work retail and their families get shafted. When seriously, the start of the Christmas season, and the hustle and bustle,should wait until Friday!! Leave Thanksgiving for turkey digestion and visiting with family and friends.

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    2. Are they traveling for Thanksgiving? If so maybe Jinger decided to use her spare time now to decorate instead of later. I've done that before.

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    3. Christmas is usually a very busy time for Church leadership, so Jinger & Jeremy may have decorated early (particularly if they anticipated traveling to Arkansas for Thanksgiving/ a combination of the Vuolos and Arkansas for Thanksgiving. I can understand your post though, as we're big on celebrating Thanksgiving in it's own right in our household-rather than treating it as a mile marker on the highway to Christmas! LOL

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    4. Really. It isn't even Advent yet.

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    5. Some people just really like Christmas. Not a big deal .

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    6. @6:33. While I understand your rant I caution you to be so aggressive in your speech. I am a retail worker. I haven’t had a Thanksgiving with my husband/children in nearly a decade. My children laugh and tell me they will see me in January because I’m gone so much with Holiday Hours! If I didn’t have my job my children wouldn’t have presents under the tree. And, let’s be truthful here. If all those who feign outrage at the greed actually stayed home versus shopping the stores would in turn respond. So while I would love a day off on Thanksgiving I’m not going to complain as it provides those extras my family enjoys.

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    7. I like to enjoy each season that God has made. There is plenty of time time to decorate and celebrate each holiday. No need to rush it. JMHO.

      Why assume they’re traveling to Arkansas? They could be traveling to Pennsylvania, if traveling at all.

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    8. 6:33, I agree wholeheartedly. 12:58, I'm very happy for you that it gives you "those extras your family enjoys," however, I dare say that nobody is feigning outrage. There are obviously hundreds of thousands who do Black Friday shopping, but I think it's safe to assume that plenty of people don't, and they're not feigning anything. I for one, really do detest the greed, and frenzied covetousness, and I DO stay home. I plan for it to stay that way.

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    9. 9:38. It’s safer to say more people ARE out shopping on Thanksgiving and Black Friday than stay home. Stores do not stay open if people stopped showing up. 12:58..I admire the sacrifice you have chosen to make for your family. Happy Thanksgiving all!

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    10. I think you are being to hard on 12:58. What I got from the “fiegned” outrage comment was there are a lot of people who claim ( feign) outrage at opening stores on Thanksgiving but are actually the ones shopping on Thanksgiving. The hypocrisy is at the core of it.

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    11. Thank you @10:59. It’s not always an easy decision, but as I said it puts presents under the tree, or dance lessons,or whatever those extras in life add up to. My children and I also go together and LOVE picking out presents for our Giving Tree.too. None would happen without my job. I literally thank God for my job, and blessing the work of my hands:)

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  3. Jinger is so creative, what a cute and beautiful wreath. Love their new home and love them, such an amazing couple. Enjoy your time together before starting a family, hope your Christmas is wonderful.

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  4. My family and I usually get Christmas decorations out Thanksgiving weekend. I love seeing all the old ornaments from when my husband and I were young. We have a wedding one and baby's 1st Christmas too.

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    1. It's our tradition to out the Christmas decor up the weekend after Thanksgiving (it doesn't always work out that way though- once we ended up decorating the tree Christmas Eve). We reminisce through the ornaments while we decorate too-such fun! Themed trees are pretty, but there's something to be said for memories and milestones. :)

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  5. Hi I enjoy reading your blog. I'm wondering if you could please stop using the last names for all family members. It gets kind of tiring when reading posts. Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. that's a bit pedantic haha

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    2. I think they said they do it that way so their posts come up when people google the Duggars by their first and last names. Because their first names are so common and generic. It makes their site easier to find.

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    3. You may have missed this (if you're new here or just at some point): Ellie and Lily include the last names beause it's easier for the numerous search engines to find. It's also helpful for posters looking for specific posts about their "favorite" Duggar(s) or posts about a specific Duggar and subject (like Jinger's wardrobe tips or Jess'a hair styling tutorial or Joe & Kendra's favorite cookie recipe, etc.).

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    4. That's the least annoying habit here. Most annoying is posting responses and then pulling them later, or going back and posting earlier responses that weren't there before, making it nearly impossible to follow the conversation.

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    5. They use the last names to help with search engine rankings so that their website gets trafffic from Google and the other search engines. Not every visitor to their site is a regular reader that checks the homepage each day for new posts.

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    6. Last names are used in case there are first time visitors to the blog.

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    7. I think Ellie and Lily have explained before that this is done to maximise search result. I don't know much about tech stuff, but I guess it makes sense, even if it does make for awkward reading 😊

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    8. The do it to have hits when people make a Google search

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    9. In this post it's appropriate so I don't mind it. What I find really irritating is when identifying several family members in the same photo, using the last name for each individual. Just say "Michelle,Jana and Josie Duggar, with Jessa and Henry Seewald".

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    10. Maybe it's for us older readers who might get forgetful from time to time.Lol...Jane

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  6. Very cute! Would love to see more of her decorations.

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  7. Mmmmmm.... baby announcement?

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    1. I wondered the same thing!

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    2. Why would a wreath be a baby announcement? Because it says And unto us a child is born? Lol...sigh

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    3. Interesting bible quote she put on the wreath.😉 Maybe it is a hint.

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    4. 4:36 I think it's a baby announcement too. Plus they have that "baby" Christmas tree shown inside too. Now why else would they show that tiny little tree all by itself in front of some kind of closet? doors! Of course it's a baby announcement.

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    5. The "announcement" is referring to Jesus.

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    6. Just curious; what about her decorations makes you think she's pregnant?

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    7. Not unless they're expecting gingerbread!

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    8. Lol, Anon 12:54!

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    9. Well, she is "nesting" a little early here. Maybe she does have an announcement coming? With a possible new season in January, they'll be looking for some way to promote it..... If they could even keep a pregnancy a secret til then. They'd have to show neck-up only shots of Jinger between now and then. The usual Duggar coy system of not saying things.

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    10. Ooooh - there was a neck-up only pic of Jinger the other day!

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    11. I think some posters are wondering if it's a "secret" pregnancy announcement because both their name and the word "child" ("For unto us a child is born...") are in the red paint. It appears to give a double meaning to the verse being used.

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    12. I don't know about you but my holiday decor has grown as I have aged. As a newlywed and the first 5 years my holiday decor was small, simple and cutesy. It has developed as I have gotten older. More elaborate and full looking. That is what I see with her simple and cute decor and tiny tree. Maybe they won't be home for Christmas and are simplifying.

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    13. @9:18 that "closet" looks to be a set of exterior french doors leading out to a patio maybe?

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    14. She will be pregnant when she is pregnant. Why all this speculation? Leave the poor girl alone.

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    15. @ 12:49AM We had so little spare cash when we were first married that my Christmas "decor" was pine cones, pine boughs, and whatever else I could pick up from the woods and put in a basket or bowl. Looking back, they were the most genuine decorations I could have used!

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  8. So, are they expecting their first baby? ♡

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    1. Not a great question to ask. That's a hurtful question IF they are trying to get pregnant and can't.

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    2. I think this was their way of making a non religious wreath religious. I feel bad for Jinger. Everyone keeps asking...it must be aggravating. I know I get aggravated when my husband and I are always asked if we are. I have started to ignore the question and change the topic. Relax people.

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    3. I guess we'll see or hear in 3-9 months. LOL!

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    4. Looks more like they're expecting Santa. Or a gingerbread man.

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    5. Why would you think that?

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  9. I THANK ITS BEAUITFUL REEF BLESSING TO YOU , HAPPY THANKSGIVING

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    1. Wreath. A reef is something coral make.

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    2. If you're going to correct someone else's post, you might want to proofread yours. :)

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    3. "Coral" is used there as either a collective noun or the correct plural form of "coral." "Make" is the right verb for plural usage. What other proofreading are you referring to, 10:37? I see nothing amiss.

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  10. The wreaths a bit 'busy' for me but as long as they like it thats the main thing.

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    1. Looks like two different wreaths cut in half and glued together, to me.

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  11. I can't stand "cutesy" decorations for any holiday. Christmas (and other winter feasting or religious day) decorations used to come from a gathering of the greens, which were thought to hold special powers because they remained green in winter. German glass-blowing craftsmen then added their artistic touches, as a sideline to their glass making trade. So when did Christmas become the massive Made-In-China, cartoon-character-marketing debacle it is now?

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    1. To each their own.

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    2. I'd say 50 years ago!

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    3. 5:19 I agree with you 100%. as followers of Jesus we need to concentrate on the real reason for Christmas and it certainly isn't about what we have made it.

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    4. Ehhhh it's a decoration! Sorry you don't like it! Not your house. ;-)

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    5. I think it's time to de-commercialize Christmas, too, and cut back on all the frou-frou.

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    6. Anonymous #1- Teaching History, I hear what you're saying about the whole trees/evergreens thing Pagan worship-rituals thing. For us, we look at it as kind of "redeeming" the tree. We put on our Christmas Carol CD's as we decorate. Our first ornament is always our Nativity ornament placed front and center at eye level, followed by other Christ-centered ornaments, mixed in with gifted ornaments from family & friends, family-themed ornaments, and old family heirloom ornaments. We trade thoughts as both parents and children on how it must have felt for Jesus to leave His Father and come here, how God must felt sending His Son, how much Mary & Joseph individually had to have loved and trusted God,how Mary could have been stoned by her community under Judaic Law, etc.

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    7. I tend to do greens and pointsettias, accented with some ribbons and maybe a Santa here and there, with the nativity scene. But like Anon said, to each his own.

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    8. Probably for the last eighty five years or so since Santa Claus was re-imagined by Coca-Cola and entered the collective Zeitgeist. Or, maybe since the mid-60s when Charlie Brown and Rudolph became cultural staples of Christmas. You've missed out on a lot. And while greens remain a popular decorating choice, we've also moved on to other things too which is fine since we've learned greens have no special powers to be exited by. So are only German glass blowers allowed to make decorations now? That's a very specific demand that will disappoint most of Europe and the Americas. And why don't you like the Chinese craftsmen? If they want to help us decorate, I welcome their contributions.

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    9. I love Christmas decorations. The red, green, silver, and gold colors really make everything beautiful and more fun. Things change over time, but that doesn't make it bad.Some people don't care for all the decor,but each person has their own taste.

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    10. Walk into any craft store or home goods store this time of year, and you will get disheartened by what businesses seem to think you need to buy in order to celebrate Christmas... It's gotten utterly ridiculous.

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    11. 5:19- Aren't you glad you can celebrate , or not, any way you wish? We all have our own styles and none are right or wrong- just do whatever gives you joy in the season. Some of my favorite decorations are the ones my kids made when they were young. Some were made at school, others we did together at home. I guess you could say they are a tad on the gaudy side, "debacles" as you say, but they are nonetheless treasures to me!

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  12. Love to see a picture of their new house.

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  13. Wow. That is quite the wreath.

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  14. I hope Jinger decorated for Christmas before Thanksgiving because they are already in PA or AR for this holiday and wanted their house already decorated when they arrive back home.

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  15. Is it a baby announcement?

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  16. Do the Duggars put up the Pagan-based Christmas tree? Or is that as taboo as Halloween?

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    1. Actually God made trees, so perfectly fine for Christians to put up a Christmas tree.

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    2. I don’t think the family used to put one up. I guess they do now. I seen one in their house in a picture last year.

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    3. I didn't think they put up trees, either. Don't tell me they're getting "worldly."

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    4. They didn’t put up trees in the beginning. Made a big deal of it. Now they do. No explanation.

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    5. Actually Christmas trees are pagan in origin, we didn't use them in the US until the late 19th century. But the Duggars have always had a tree, at least in the big house. I'm not judging them because it doesn't matter whether or not we have a tree, they do seem to go out of their way to make the holiday about Jesus.

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  17. Who puts up Christmas decorations the week before Thanksgiving?

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    1. More than you think. A lot have here already.

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    2. More and more people!👎

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    3. We put Christmas decor up about 3 weeks ago here. My husband and I are truly thankful year-round but we also love EVERYTHING about Christmas and celebrating the birth of our Savior so we always decorate early :).

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    4. We already put our tree up. I bought new decorations last year, and I just love them. I couldn’t wait to get everything out again.

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    5. Anon 841. I put my decorations up starting early November. I love the season so much that I want to make my Christmas season as long as possible. Some people don't enjoy decorating that early. To each his own. I also listen to Christmas music all year long.

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    6. More and more people (like retailers) have some need to rush Christmas and almost ignore Thanksgiving.

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  18. Their last name is spelled wrong on the sign on the wreath. It is written as "Voulo," when the correct spelling is "Vuolo."

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    1. You're right! Maybe someone made it for them as a gift and they didn't want to make the giver feel bad.

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    2. Yep, I noticed that too. Somebody must have made it for them. And they must get their last name misspelled constantly!

      BTW, their house looks absolutely beautiful. I have been shopping for blinds recently, and couldn't help but notice the cordless blinds on their doors. Nice choice :-)

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    3. It was obviously a gift and good for them for not being sticklers about stuff like that.

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  19. Beautiful jinger and Jeremy I love it can't wait to see more of the two of you on counting on

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  20. I think it's kind of cute how Jinger has decorated with gingerbread people! Punny!

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    1. Never thought of that. Cute!

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    2. That is cute!

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  21. Lovely decorations. However, A common mistake made during the holidays (on Christmas cards, etc) is adding an unwarranted apostrophe to a last name to make it plural. Just add s or es to the name. The apostrophe is used to make it possessive.

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    1. Not always. If you want to make the vowel a plural as in "Anna has two a's." you use an apostrophe. Just as "My address: 33233 Bird Road has too many 3's."
      So numbers, letters and last names can have apostrophes when used as plurals and not always showing possession:)

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    2. Thank you! I've received Christmas cards from TEACHERS with that mistake. Drives me NUTS.

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    3. Most people don't know how to use apostrophes. Pretty ridiculous.

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    4. Anon@ 1:21, How do you jump from making numbers and letters plural by adding an apostrophe s to making last names plural by adding apostrophe s? The two don't follow the same rule. For words, including names, apostrophe s is used to form the possessive, not the plural. If the word or name ends with an s, you can add an es. Bad grammar and word usage is a pet peeve of mine since I have taught it for eighteen years.

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    5. 1:21, numbers and letters maybe, but not last names.

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    6. If you want to refer to the 1920s, the proper way you would be "the '20s." (The apostrophe indicates that you left out the 19.) Most people leave out the apostrophe and just say "the 20s," and this has also become acceptable through usage. However, it's just wrong to say "the 20's."

      As to plurals of letters, the Chicago Manual of style says do not use an apostrophe with a capital letter, but do use an apostrophe with a lower case letter (to avoid confusion). Hence, Bs and b's are both correct.

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    7. It is so refreshing to read all the punctuation and grammar comments. Much more fun than some of the other, more personal, critical posts.

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    8. I've gotten professionally addressed wedding invitations done in calligraphy, with that crazy apostrophe added in the name!

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    9. Yes, I clicked on the comments wondering what in the world people would find to criticize in this post. It was nice that it was only spelling and punctuation.:-)

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    10. @Anon 9:43. No kidding!

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  22. The last name is misspelled on that wreath. How did that happen?

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    1. I don't think Jinger made it...maybe someone made it for them

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  23. Why is their surname spelled wrong on the reef?

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    1. Why did you spell wreath wrong?

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    2. Same reason you misspelled "wreath"; not paying attention!

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    3. Reef? I had to laugh so hard. Is really people getting wreaths and reefs mixed up? Here it is for the second time. Thanks for the good laugh Sofia

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    4. Reef is not a misspelling of wreath.

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  24. I love their decor! So cute! Jinger is so creative.

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    1. I think its funny that no matter what the Duggars do, its always amazing, the most beautiful, creative... the decorations are ok. Nothing special. That wreath is actually neither amazing or creative however, I do think it must have been a gift. Doesnt look like Jingers style

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    2. 10:32 I agree...just like people gushing over Jinger fashion style,
      The outfits I've seen aren't consistent...
      I think she's finding her style.....after being somewhat restricted for years....
      And I agree with one commentator....I don't care for "cutesy " either
      But I do love the Duggars ...☎️💖💙

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    3. I think they're going after some silly pun, like "Jingerbread." Ha ha.

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  25. Did they buy a house? That's not the same dingy apartment that showed up on Counting On.

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    1. Yes, they purchased a 4-bedroom home several months ago.

      Lily and Ellie

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    2. Please do a post about their new house!

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    3. Dingy apartment? It was fine.

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    4. That was no dingy apartment.

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  26. I hope we get to see Jinger and Jeremy's new house on the next season, as well as Kendra and Joe. I am pretty sure they will show how Austin and Joy's house is coming along. I would be very interested to see them. Jinger's decorations are very pretty. Jessa always does a nice job also. I wish Joy would tell us about her baby. It would be nice to get a little news about now. Thanks for the great blog.

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    1. I thought there was no "next season" coming...

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    2. Yes I believe TLC decided not to make a cancellation notice; they just won't be announcing any new seasons.

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  27. I winder why their name is misspelled on the wreath?

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    1. You are correct, it is misspelled. Looks like it says "Vorilo's instead of Vuolo's". The second letter is definitely an "o" rather than a "u".

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    2. I wonder if someone gave it to them as a gift? I'm pretty sure Jinger would spell it right if she had made it.

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    3. Maybe Jinger forgot how to spell the name since they haven't known each other very long.

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  28. Jinger likes Gingerbread. So creative and how wonderful for you to create a home filled with decorations. I'm glad I didn't have someone judging me when I was young and had only been married a year. I would have been torn apart! Good Job on making your house a home.

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    1. Agreed. There's no good reason to pick apart someone else's life.

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    2. Right, 4:21. Even if that someone is on TLC with you, but on another show.

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  29. Fantastic job, I'd love to see all the Married Duggar Girls and how they decorate/celebrate too.

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  30. That's the kind of wreath my friend would hang on her door, but I like a more simple wreath, more greenery showing...God Bless you Jinger & Jeremy...Jane

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  31. The name on the plaque that's on the wreath doesn't call for an apostrophe. It's grammatically incorrect besides being spelled incorrectly....try again and fix the errors on your front door, Jinger.

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    1. I am sure she didn’t make it or she wouldn’t have misspelled her last name.

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    2. Uhm, no need to be critical. Have you never made a mistake (much less a public one)? You just did, in assuming Jinger made the wreath.

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    3. Wow. So judgemental. I think the sign (or maybe the whole wreath too) was a gift from someone. It doesn't need "fixing". Obviously, Jinger and Jeremy accepted the gift in the same spirit it was given to them. Kindness. I'm going to give the benefit of the doubt, 6:46, and assume you didn't intend to come across so harsh...maybe you were trying to be helpful. Gifts don't always have to be perfect. After all, we are not all perfect, and yet God loves us, and Jesus died for us.

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    4. Christmas is the time of year when most people demonstrate their complete inability to make their family names plural.

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  32. "apostrophe 's'" does not make it plural..it makes it a possessive tense. No apostrophe needed...also spell their last name correctly.

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    1. Maybe it's mean to stand for "Vuolo's house"? That's perhaps why it's written in the possessive?

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    2. You don't know that it's a mistake ... If it's a pregnancy announcement ;)

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    3. If it were intended to be possessive (of their home), it would be The Vuolos' because there are multiple Vuolos. Vuolo's would be the possessive of a single Vuolo. Learn English, people.

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  33. Here in the uk we don't celebrate thanksgiving, however my son met a very nice young man at his high school 8 years ago as a 14 year old American youth whose father had moved to the uk for work. That first year my son made a good friend & the young man invited my son & 5 other friends to his home to celebrate thanksgiving with a wonderful turkey dinner & pumpkin pie, the young man made all the food himself & has carried on this tradition every year since. Now at 22 he is celebrating today as usual but not all 6 friends are together as my son is 300 miles away studying medicine at university & couldn't get the time off to come back to celebrate, however his friends tradition lives on as my son is making his own thanksgiving dinner for the 5 medics he shares a house with & they are going to Skype with my sons American friend after their meal. I think it's just wonderful that this tradition in your country that my son would never have known very much about has become such a part of his life & I thank the lovely young man who all those years ago came to the uk from Washington DC as a quiet reserved guy & who became one of my sons greatest friends & I give thanks today for their amazing friendship & wish all readers a very happy thanksgiving, and God bless jinger & Jeremy & all the Duggars this thanksgiving.

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    1. That's a beautiful story! Thank you for sharing. :D happy thanksgiving to you as well, even though it's a little add get thanksgiving now. :)

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    2. Terri- I shared your story with my family when we got home from an extended family Thanksgiving last evening. That was lovely! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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    3. What a great story!

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  34. Actually, the correct pronunciation of their last name is "V-W-OH-LOW". It is a name of Italian ancestry. The "U" is not silent.

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    1. I wonder why they've de-Italianized their name to pronounce it "Volo."

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  35. Love the decorations especially the wreath

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  36. Gorgeous decorating Jinger!! Especially love the wreath!! Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving.

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  37. Oh my. The level of snarky comments is overwhelming. And disheartening. I know people who decorate very early. I know people who decorate on Christmas Eve. Why would anyone judge another's choices? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. God cares what is in hearts and how we treat fellow human beings. Not on the worthiness of home decorations or unwritten societal rules of approved ornaments.

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  38. maybe their last name was misspelled on purpose...like a clue!

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    1. Like a clue....! ............for what....? ! 🙄

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  39. Jinger and Jeremy Have a Merry Christmas, my question is who started using Christmas trees for Christmas. I am Jewish and celebrate Jewish holidays and I hope Jeremy since your a Father or something at a Church. As you see I may be calling Jeremy the wrong technical name from his Church sorry.

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  40. Triplets by Easter!

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    1. How pushy. Maybe they don't want a lot of babies so soon

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