In a new social media post, Jinger Duggar Vuolo offers advice for parents. She shares a photo of her daughter Felicity, almost two years old. Jinger talks about how her days are filled with taking care of Felicity’s needs. She says that Felicity is a very busy little girl and that she keeps Jinger Duggar Vuolo busy too.
Jinger Duggar then writes, “Before Felicity was born, an older woman in church told me, ‘Days are long, but years are short. That’s true. I don’t want to be so focused on the future that I lose the beauty of today. Mothers, we love these days.”
Then, her daughter Duggar shifted her attention to the orders to stay at home and the current state of the world. She writes: “Even during the anomalies of what we are experiencing, we should remember to take advantage of the time we have with our loved ones. These are the moments we will remember fondly”.
In response to the post, fans thank Jinger Duggar Vuolo for her insight. Her sister Jessa Seewald says she loves the post. Parents seem to appreciate Jinger’s memo. It can be hard to be overwhelmed these days. But parents remember to be grateful for this quality time with their children.
Counting On: Jinger Duggar Encourages Fans During Uncertain Times
Because of the coronavirus, things are very different right now. Many parents are now educating their children at home while they work at home. Families are following orders to stay at home and practicing social dance at a distance. There is a lot of uncertainty around the coronavirus. This makes it difficult for families to know what to do at this time.
As the coronavirus has spread, Jinger and Jeremy have both taken to Instagram to share uplifting content with Duggar fans. They often share cute photos or videos of Felicity. They also remind their followers to value this time together as a family. In one post, Jinger Duggar Vuolo reminds her followers to keep in touch with their families.
Duggar fans seem to really appreciate the positivity that both Jinger Duggar Vuolo and Jeremy offer. They often leave comments thanking Jeremy and Jinger for the light they give during these dark times.