Jessa Duggar recently posted a series of pictures of her baby daughter, Ivy Jane Seewald, bonding with her brothers on her Instagram. If it isn’t the cutest thing on the internet right now, we don’t know what is.
Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald were blessed with a beautiful baby girl in late May.
The mother-of-three posted a series of heartwarming pictures in her Instagram which featured the adorable 1-month-old with her brothers, Spurgeon, 3, and Henry, 2.
“I‘m all teary-eyed seeing my boys love on their little sister. Spurgeon had 2 people in the house to love on him. Ivy has double that number. As my mom would always say, “Love multiplies, it doesn’t divide,” Jessa captioned the post.
The reality star concluded her caption with an inspiring message that reminded fans not to take life for granted.
“Today is a gift, tomorrow isn’t guaranteed. I never want to take a single day for granted.”
Previously, Jessa shared another series of pictures of her darling daughter with her brother Henry. One of the pictures features the 2-year-old planting a loving kiss on Ivy’s cheeks as she looks up.
It is heartwarming to see little Ivy surrounded by so much love.
Jessa and her husband Ben were ready to welcome their daughter into the world but it did not go as planned.
In an episode of TLC’s “Counting On”, Jessa shared that she and Ben had no idea that she would end up giving birth to Ivy at home.
"Our birth plan through this whole pregnancy was that we would deliver at a birthing suite at the hospital with a midwife there.”
Jessa’s water unexpectedly broke one early morning, which was 10 days prior to her due date.
Unfortunately, her midwife left town that very morning which prompted her and Ben to make last minute changes to their plans.
The couple called up another midwife and made arrangements for Jessa to give birth at home.
Although Ivy’s birth was not as convenient as it could be, her parents’ happiness knew no bounds when she arrived into the world.
"‘It was a very special moment meeting our third baby for the first time," the proud father said.
Luckily, both Jessa and baby Ivy were healthy.
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