A Blog About the Duggar Family
By Lily and Ellie
Jackson is adorable!
Love, love, love these pictures. It's so good to see the little ones taking part.Sandy
I really enjoy watching your show, and the pictures are great!! I hope to have the opportunity one day to meet all of you!
Great pictures and such good quality.The little ones look cute.
jackson is so cute
Your children are gorgeous. Your family is amazing and are truly inspiring. I am sorry for your loss of your child. It is horrible to lose any child. God Bless you all.
i love these pics. josie and johannah are especially getting big!
I'm beginning to wonder if those blue shirts are all Michelle and Jim Bob have!
where do you get these pictures?i love them!
Josie is quite the cutie!
Does anyone know if the Duggars will come to Kentucky
Wow, Jill looks like one of my sisters on that photo! I loved it!
Some of them don't look too happy to be there but some of them look thrilled!So glad Josie caught up. She's THE cutest baby I have ever seen.
How come Jennifer hasn't started learning the violin yet? Johannah was around her age maybe younger when she started playing. Also, why doesn't she take part in the signing that Joy through Johannah do?
Jill has really grown up and lately I've noticed that she has become quite the beauty! What a sweet family!
i love your site.you guys do such a good job updating.i love the duggars although i am bummed i havent seen any new episodes because we cut back on tv.silly question i made the duggar rlls for ease.they were a hit.i was a little confused with the process.when it says to add the 3 cups of flour and then let rise for 20 min.and then knead and shape.was i suppose to knead let rise 20 min then knead again and shape.i was unsure if i was suppose to just mix it let it rise then knead.i hope this makes sense to you.if im explaining it correctly.
@AnonymousThanks for your kind words about our blog. Glad the rolls were a hit. Mix in the 3 cups of flour as you add it. Then let the dough rise for 20 minutes. Then knead and shape. Knead the dough until it is smooth and elastic, not sticky. This should take about five to eight minutes, but the longer you knead, the fluffier the buns will be. Hope this answers your question.Lily and Ellie
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