'Counting On' star Jinger Duggar posts adorable twinning picture with daughter Felicity on social media
Jinger can be clearly seen twinning with her 3-month-old daughter, who is sweetly dressed in a baby-sized version of the same floral headband as her
Jinger (Duggar) Vuolo just made all her fans go 'aww' over her recent social media post. The 'Counting On' star, who welcomed her daughter Felicity with husband Jeremy Vuolo just three months ago, shared an extremely adorable mother-daughter picture on her Instagram account.
In the cute picture, Jinger can be clearly seen twinning with her 3-month-old daughter, who is sweetly dressed in a baby-sized version of the same floral headband as her. “Like mother, like daughter,” Jinger captioned the photo of herself while holding little Felicity in her arms.
According to reports, Jinger and Jeremy made sure to assess all of her childbirth options before Felicity's arrival into the world. “My mom and sisters have had long labors,” Jinger said, and even admitted on the show that she didn’t “feel comfortable” with going through the home birth route for her daughter’s delivery.
“My mom and quite a few of my sisters have done home births and for me, I don’t feel comfortable with it. I think I feel safer being in a birth center where they have a lot more things that you would need for care and also being closer to a really good hospital,” Jinger explained.
The couple, as an alternative, chose a birthing center, which in turn meant that Jinger would not be administered any medications during the labor. “I’m good with natural childbirth. I mean, at this point I will say that,” she said. “I mean, it’s a good thing to hold me to it because there’s no option of it.”
And since her delivery, Jinger and Jeremy haven’t stopped gushing about the newest addition to their ever-growing family. “We are so in love with this little doll! 🎀 #felicitynicolevuolo,” Jinger captioned a picture of the baby girl in August.
Previously, it was reported that the entire Duggar family had an aversion towards Halloween celebrations and that the rule even extends to the young members of the household. The Duggars apparently have a cringe-worthy rule, where the kids of the family aren't allowed to go trick-or-treating for Halloween. And the real reason behind all of this has something to do with the Duggar family's religious beliefs.
In their book 'Growing Up Duggar', the Duggar girls Jill, Jessa, Jana, and Jinger explained: "Magic, sorcery, witches, spell-casting, and the like are all part of the demonic realm that God wants us to stay away from." Therefore, there can be only one logical conclusion to why the Duggar children miss out on the fun and frolick of Halloween: being strict Christians doesn't really pair well with dressing as witches and goblins, something that works well in favor of the Duggars.