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Jessa Lauren Seewald (née Duggar; born November 4, 1992) is an American television personality. She is known for being part of the cast of TLC’s reality show 19 Kids and Counting and Counting On.She also co-authored a book with her sisters Jana, Jill and Jinger titled Growing Up Duggar: It’s All About Relationships.

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Jessa Duggar is no stranger to this phenomenon, often finding herself as the subject of social media “mommy-shaming” for her particular parenting style. An example of this is a September 2017 Instagram post featuring a sharply-dressed Spurgeon Seewald sipping from a bottle.

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Though the show initially focused on Jill and her sister, Jessa Seewald, when it first premiered in 2015, the TLC series has since expanded to include nine other Duggar siblings.

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Luckily, mom Jessa Seewald (née Duggar) was happy to clear the air. On Saturday, July 25, the TLC star addressed fans’ concerns in an Instagram comment. “What happened to Henry’s eye …

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Jessa Duggar has been vocal about her family’s views on divorce and finally took the time to shoot down the rumors of a Duggar divorce in the works. She is one of the more modernized sisters, doing things more radically than many of the other children would.

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With Jessa Duggar’s recent comment, it is likely that Joy-Anna and Austin will continue to be on the show, at least, in part. There may be some boundaries about what they choose to share and …

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We’re told Jessa was taken by ambulance from one of the Duggar homes in Fayetteville, Arkansas to the local hospital. It’s unclear what happened, but we do know she was trying to do a home birth.

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In more recent months, Ben Seewald has set his cross hairs on an unexpected group, the Catholic Church. An Instagram post from April 2017 sees Seewald plugging a book titled The Roman Catholic Controversy by James R. White.. In the post, Jessa Duggar’s husband states “This (the book) is essential because many have no idea what the real issues actually are between Catholics and Protestants.

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Though the show initially focused on Jill and her sister, Jessa Seewald, when it first premiered in 2015, the TLC series has since expanded to include nine other Duggar siblings. Derick Dillard announced back in December 2017 that him, Jill and their two sons would not be appearing in future episodes, though TLC cut ties with the 30-year-old first.

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Longtime 19 Kids and Counting fans probably remember Amy Duggar, who now goes by Amy King, best as the rebellious Duggar family member.The truth is, the worst she did was wear pants and listen to secular music. But she never followed the modesty and strict religious and social rules put forth by her uncle, Jim Bob Duggar, and her aunt, Michelle Duggar.

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1Jill Duggar visits pumpkin patch with Derick Dillard’s family after revealing rift with hers
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard spent time with his family at a pumpkin patch amid revelations they aren’t close with the Duggars.
Published Date: 2020-10-19T14:44:00.0000000Z

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1  Jill and Jessa Duggar Confirm They Were Molested by Josh Duggar
Two of Josh Duggar’s sisters are breaking their silence and confirming they were molested by their brother when they were youngsters. They say they have been victimized again by being publicly dragged into the scandal, saying, “We’re victims, they…
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1Josh Duggar
copies of the report destroyed on May 21, 2015. Two of Duggar‘s sisters, Jessa Duggar and Jill Duggar, spoke out about the abuse and about the release of…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh Duggar

21992 in American television
have accumulated enough episodes (between 65 and 100) or seasons (3 or more) to be eligible for off-network syndication and/or basic cable runs. ! Show ||…
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