On Instagram, Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo shot a live video. On this live feed, they answered questions from fans. Many of these questions have to do with the couple’s recent announcement of pregnancy and their miscarriage. But the fans also had questions about the couple, their one-year-old daughter, Felicity, and more. One of the questions that came up is whether Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo will allow their children to go to college.
There was some speculation that Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo might send their kids to public school. This is after Jinger Duggar’s sister, Jill Dillard, decided to enroll her son in public school. This is out of the ordinary for the Duggar family, like everyone else in the family home school their children. All the Duggar children grew up at home.
Another thing that may have prompted college applications is that Jinger and Jeremy seem to be less conservative than the rest of the family. They’re Christians, but they seem to be moving away from Jinger Duggar’s family. The couple moved to Los Angeles, California, about a year ago. They’re doing things a little differently than the rest of the family, and the fans love them for it.
Counting On: Will Jinger And Jeremy Let Their Kids Go To College?
In the live video of Instagram, which is no longer available for viewing, Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo discuss the possibility of having their children go to university. It does not seem that Jeremy and Jinger are against the idea. They seem to be keeping their options open.
Jinger Duggar says, “I think so.” Then she goes on, “It’ll be interesting to see what they want to pursue.” Jeremy adds, “I think so.” He goes on to say it will be the boys’ choice, depending on whether their passions require them in college or not. And he also says that in some cases the university could be an obstacle for them.
In a recent post on Instagram, Jinger Duggar talks about who their next child might be. She says, “Whoever she is, and whatever she loves, I’m thrilled to see her flourish as she grows. So, it seems Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo are in solidarity with their children, no matter what their interests are.