Counting On‘s Jessa Duggar Seewald experienced a proud new moment with her son. Her four-year-old son, Spurgeon Seewald, is learning a new skill. And fans applaud him for how well he’s doing.
Counting On: Jessa Duggar Says Parenting Is Frustrating
Jessa Duggar from the TLC show Counting On told viewers that parenting is frustrating. In fact, Jessa said that before having kids, you could think about just yourself. But now that she’s a mother to three kids, she has to think about others.
TLC’s Jessa said it means you don’t get to do everything you want to do. As a matter of fact, you have to think about your children before making decisions. The Counting On mom said that it makes it hard to plan sometimes. But that she wouldn’t have things any other way.
Despite Jessa Duggar’s frustrations, fans tell Jessa she is a great mom. And the recent skill update she shared made fans of Counting On even more excited for Jessa Duggar’s little family—especially Spurgeon.
Jessa Listens to Spurgeon Seewald Reading
Counting On celeb Jessa Duggar sat down with Spurgeon Seewald to read. Fans were surprised that Spurgeon was reading already since he will only be five soon. But Jessa confidently put him in front of the camera to read a special book.
The book was special because it was the book with which Jessa Duggar learned to read. She said it was 22 years ago that this was the first book she read. Watchers of Counting On thought Spurgeon did a great job reading the up-to three-letter words.
There were a few times when Spurgeon needed help. But Jessa urged him to “sound it out,” and he did most of the time. Spurgeon thought the story was very funny, and it looks like he enjoys reading.
Counting On: Enjoying a Great Time with Kids
The pandemic has been a challenge for young kids’ parents, and that includes Counting On supermom Jessa Duggar. But even with the challenges of quarantine, she does a good job keeping them busy. Her husband, Ben Seewald, is home with them a lot as well, and they have fun at home adventures.
One of the fun things their kids did was look for grubs. For a little bit, Jessa and Ben tricked the kids into thinking Ben Seewald ate real grubs. But finally, they showed them they were just gummy worms.
Little sister, Ivy Seewald, didn’t quite grasp what was going on. But it seems like she and her brother enjoy the extra time the pandemic gave them with their parents. Viewers of Counting On say it’s good they have a big background so the kids can play.
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