Counting On: Jinger Shares Her Grief

Counting On: Jinger Shares Her Grief

Counting On spoilers this week come straight from Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo. Season 11 will be one of sorrow and triumphs for this mega family. We are going to look behind the scenes at both the good and the bad that happens with the cast of the TLC show.

Counting On: Jinger Shares Her Grief

Jinger Duggar of Counting On has been through a lot since season 10 of Counting On. In the new season of Counting On, viewers have to pack their tissue boxes. One of the sad moments was when Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo had a heartbreaking miscarriage. The young couple were expecting their second child. And they even told their families about the upcoming new bundle.

Not long after Jinger Duggar told her family they were having another grandchild, she miscarried. It was a very hard experience for them and being away from the family in Los Angeles didn’t make it any easier. Soon after, however, Jeremy Vuolo and her wife Jinger Duggar discovered they were having another little bundle of joy. This is the baby they recently announced to us the same day we had the premiere of Counting On Season 11, which airs Tuesday night at 8:00 p.m. on TLC.

Another big point of pain for Jinger Duggar was the sudden loss of her grandmother, Grandma Mary, his father Jim Bob’s mother. As her death was unexpected, it made things even more difficult for the family. We’re going to see more behind the scenes of what happened with Jinger Duggar. And we’ll see how the Duggars are coping with their losses.

Counting On: Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo Excited for Baby Number Two

Fans are very excited to see the new baby on Counting On. But everyone will have to wait, since the expiration date is not before the end of the year. They said their oldest daughter Felicity doesn’t really understand what’s going on. She comes over, feels her mom’s belly and says “baby girl”.

Jeremy Vuolo and his wife said that when they shared the miscarriage of the baby with their followers, they had a lot of support. And the same is true when their Counting On fans heard about the new baby coming. Jinger Duggar says her pregnancy is going quite well.

Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo of Counting On say that sharing the ups and downs is a gateway to their lives and those of their followers. They seem to enjoy the connections between them and their fan base. They mock the fact that they chose a name. But even if they know the name, they won’t share it until the baby is born.

Written by Lauren Rottman

Reality TV Writer
Lauren Rottman joined the theworldnewsdaily team in 2020.


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  1. Can’t help but love dugger kids, Jinger is most sophisticated so I enjoy her & hubby the most. A bigger out in the real world is quite a spectacle- very interesting. The children need to have their own individual contracts and jimbob give back unpaid salaries- that infuriates me!

  2. Counting On is supposed to be about the married children. Now there is JB and M in every show. Too much more and I will be done with the show. JB and M are annoying.


  4. Glad to see Jim Bob, Michelle and the other children. Life is not easy. As an emergency room nurse I witness people drop off their young children and elderly parents because they don’t want them any more. Watching the Duggar family that actually want each other is a great stress reliever for me!

  5. Counting on is a very sweet look into a huge family that isn’t perfect, no family is, I have 11 siblings we were an even 12, each & everyone of us has had things that we wish could have changed however we all own our shortcomings the Duggers are no different,so back up clean your own house before criticizing theirs!!!

  6. I absolutely love all the Dugger’s . What an Awesome family who choose to share their lives with us. They don’t have too. And you don’t have to watch them if you find that it bothers you. They bless my heart. In this crazy word we living in, I find it great we still have a family that love God’s and shares good family values and faith in God like I do as well as alot of other American. I thank God for them. And people like them. And am thankful they are still on Television. Most of the things on TV today are not suitable to even watch. God bless the Dugger’s

  7. I enjoy watching the Duggar family. I have been watching since the first episode when they were building their home. I came from a family of 15 kids so I can relate to some of them. We lost our dad when I was 8 years old. I am number 13. I am 71 years old and losing parents and siblings has been hard. I love the closeness the Duggars have. Jinger and her husband are my favorites. I hope the show goes on and on. Money is the root of all evil. Jim Bob needs to give his kids their shares and not let money separate them. Prayers for all the families..

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