Jessa Duggar Seewald Shares Sweet Pics of Her Little Sons Playing in the Mud
Jessa Duggar’s sons are so adorable that they look cute even with muddy faces and dirty clothes on! The reality star shared a photo featuring her little angels covered with dirt on her social media account.
“Good clean fun,” Jessa captioned the post that features her sons, Henry Wilberforce, 2, and Spurgeon Elliot, 3, playing in the dirt.
It is heartwarming to see the little boys play outdoors without a care in the world.
The “Counting On” star and husband have baby number 3 on the way and we can only imagine how much fun the kids are going to have together. The couple is expecting their third child in January.
“We are overjoyed that God has blessed us with a baby, due late this Spring!” Jessa shared in a statement. “From the day we found out we were expecting, we both guessed boy, and if our predictions are right then we already have a ton the clothing and accessories ready to pass down! At the same time, we would absolutely love it if we found out we were having a girl — though we’ve joked that we’d be starting from square one and might have to learn a few things.”
In addition to that, the couple also shared that they hope to further expand their family.
“It will be a little while since we just had a baby, but adopting and fostering to adopt is very much in our hearts,” Jessa said at the time.
With the new family member coming along, Jessa thought it would be a good idea to give her home a makeover. She and her husband, Ben, opted for a minimalistic makeover for their bedroom and living room.
Fans were delighted as they got a glimpse of their revamped home on Jessa’s Instagram account.
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Another project we completed recently was our master bedroom minimalist makeover! ☺️ The walls were a dark grey, so I started out by painting them the same as the living room— Revere Pewter (Benjamin Moore). Really brightened up the room and made it feel bigger! Then we decided to sell our chunky bed frame, nightstands and lamps on fb marketplace as well! We didn’t really use the nightstands when we were in bed, and they were just becoming random junk collectors. Lol! Originally, we thought we would get a simpler headboard/frame to replace, but while we were talking it over, it was actually Ben who said “I kinda like the simplicity of having our bed on the floor like this.” I thought about it for a min, and decided I agreed! I realize this isn’t for everyone, but we do have a tall mattress and, with the box spring, our bed sits at about couch height. I LOVE IT. (Can we just pause for a moment and celebrate the fact that there’s no more dusting/cleaning/swiping toys, socks and other random items out from under the bed?! Yay!!! 🥳👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼) . We’ve found that we all pile into bed a lot more to read stories or snuggle. It’s easy for the two year old to climb up and down on his own, and if a little monkey accidentally falls out of bed it’s not likely to be an incident to call the doctor over. 🙈😂 . We brought the rug, which used to be in our living room, to the foot of our bed, and we keep the boys train set in here now. Spurgeon loves creating big tracks, but little bro is pretty good at ripping them up. ☺️ Now we can shut the door so big bro can have 15 min chunks of uninterrupted time to build and be creative. The print on the wall of Ben and I is one from our honeymoon! I did a 24x36 poster print from Sam’s club, which was like $13. Then I found a poster frame in that size from Bed Bath and Beyond! The other framed piece above the changing table is a sketch we had done on our honeymoon. 😍 The changing table used to be black with black knobs, so I found some inspiration on Pinterest for a revamp! The paint color is Valspar Cliveden Forest, and the gold bar pulls I found on Amazon. Loving the simplicity of our new master bedroom! ☺️💞
“Decided on a whim that I wanted to become more of a minimalist,” Jessa wrote alongside a series of before-and-after photos of her bedroom.