Counting On: Jill and Jana Talk Relationships

Counting On: Jill and Jana Talk Relationships

Jill Duggar and her sister Jana Duggar were two of the sisters who did the most at the Duggar house. The Counting On sisters were serious about their relationships with their siblings, just as their parents trained them. Now that Jill left the TLC show, things aren’t as good as they were relationship-wise.

Another thing that Jana and Jill used to get along were their friends. They didn’t want to have friends who didn’t believe what they were doing because they didn’t want to be “led astray”. These Counting On stars may not agree with this anymore.

Recently, Jill of Counting On said she believes that you can be friends with people and disagree. Jill went on to say that you can disagree and still love people. But her family, including Jana , doesn’t believe that you should be “unequally yoked”, not even in friendship.

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Where you are today matters for who you’ll be tomorrow.

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Fans of the Counting On show shared their shock to hear about the sleeping situation in the girls’ room. Jill and her sisters shared a book they wrote together about how they all slept. Jill and her brother and sister Jana both had double beds. One shared the bed with Jordyn, the other shared the bed with Josie.

All the other children slept in double or youth beds. This explained Counting On star Joy-Anna’s need when Jill Duggar left the big house to marry Derick Dillard. She said that Jill n”always took care of her.

Many Counting On fans found that Jill Duggar seemed more like a mother to Joy-Anna Duggar and Jordyn Duggar. But, of course, Michelle would say that’s how the buddy system worked. At a certain age, the child went from mother to buddy.

Written by Hannah Gaynor

Hannah Gaynor is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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