‘Counting On’: Jana Duggar’s Instagram Post Proves the Kids Are Living That Hand-Me-Down Life

by Jeremy Spirogis
2019 In Review: The Best Pop Culture-Inspired Sneakers of the Year

Children within the Duggar clan are used to sharing.

The household turned well-known on the present 19 Kids and Counting, which documented their extraordinary life with so many little ones operating round. The story continues with Counting On, which focuses on the married kids of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar who now have households of their very own.

Fans can’t get sufficient of the Duggar grandchildren, a bunch who retains rising annually. And whereas the unique Duggar household appears so much stricter, rule-wise, a latest social media photograph proves that the youngsters are following a number of traditions their mother and pop began.

The Duggar household all the time wore secondhand clothes

Michelle Duggar has many thrifty ideas for saving cash, which is a necessity for anybody elevating 19 kids. The mom of many documented the household’s frequent journeys to the thrift retailer, the place they stocked up on clothes for all seasons.

The Duggar youngsters additionally shared clothes with one another as any massive household tends to do. The older youngsters handed down hand-me-downs to the youthful set on a regular basis. According to Instagram, that custom continues even now with the Duggar grandkids.

Jana Duggar shared a photograph of Grace Duggar carrying a hand-me-down romper

RELATED: Jessa Duggar Just Shared This Smart Tip for Saving Money on Kids’ Clothes

Everyone’s favourite auntie Jana Duggar adores doting on her nieces and nephews whereas patiently ready to begin a household of her personal. Recently, she shared a photograph of herself with John and Abbie Duggar’s 7-month-old daughter Grace carrying a candy floral romper sitting outdoors on the grass.

“Water with love and watch them bloom,” she wrote within the caption. A remark from Jessa Seewald revealed the origin of the outfit.

“I believe that was one of Felicity’s dresses that was passed down to Ivy, and now Gracie’s wearing it!” Jessa wrote. “Such a darling child!” Felicity is Jeremy Vuolo and Jinger Duggar’s daughter whereas Ivy is Jessa and Ben’s little woman.

The grandparents agreed, with Jim Bob and Michelle reacting to the photograph with the center eyes smiley face emoji.

Even the grownup Duggar youngsters nonetheless put on hand-me-downs

Thanks to their frugal, money-conscious upbringing, many of the grown grownup kids nonetheless observe traditions set by their mother and father. For instance, they go thrift purchasing for themselves in addition to their kids.

Jill Dillard confessed to carrying hand-me-downs from her sisters even now. When a fan commented that they preferred her outfit, Jill responded that the ensemble got here from her sister.

“Hand me downs,” Jill wrote in reply, in accordance with OK Magazine. “I guess I can still call them that if they come from my older sister’s closet. Haha,” she wrote.

The Duggars share extra than simply clothes

It’s not simply cute rompers being handed across the Duggar household. When Lauren Duggar shared nursery images, followers wished to know the place she bought the gorgeous crib for her child boy. “I’m afraid I don’t have the link to the crib,” Lauren replied. “It was a hand me down.”

InTouch Weekly reported that she tagged Jill within the post to make it clear the crib got here from her. From outfits to furnishings, it’s clear that the prolonged Duggar household is all about saving cash and sharing the love.

Leave a Comment