Duggar family news: Jessa Duggar debuts baby bump in new photo with sisters

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Jessa Duggar is currently pregnant with her second child with husband Ben Seewald, and last week, the “Jill and Jessa: Counting On” star debuted her growing baby bump in a new photo of her and her sisters.

Jessa posed with Joy-Anna, Jill, Jana, and Jinger in a photo posted on the Duggar family’s Facebook page on Oct. 14, and in the shot, Jessa is wearing a pink shirt which highlights her middle. The photo was captioned, “So great having all of our older daughters together while Jill is temporarily back in Arkansas!”

Among all the older Duggar girls, only Jessa and Jill are married and have kids. Jessa is a mother to 11-month-old son Spurgeon, while Jill and husband Derick Dillard are parents to one-year-old son Israel. Meanwhile, Jinger is engaged to Jeremy Vuolo, but the two have yet to announce a wedding date.

Meanwhile, the Duggar Family News: Life is not all pickles and hairspray Facebook page posted another photo of Jessa and Ben with their friends, and this time Jessa is wearing a maroon shirt which hugs her baby bump. The social media page claims that the photo was taken over the weekend and that the reality star will be due in February.

Jessa and Ben announced that they were expecting their second child on their blog last August. In the pregnancy announcement, the pair said, “We are so thankful that God is adding to our family. 2017 is shaping up to be a wonderful year already and we know Spurgeon will do a great job in his new role.”

In the post, the couple teased that they might be expecting twins as they said, “Having Spurgeon has been such a wonderful blessing and we cannot wait to see the face of this sweet new baby (or babies).”

The last time Jessa was pregnant, the couple took to their blog to create a poll and asked their followers to guess their baby’s gender and whether they were having one baby or two. They also encouraged their fans to suggest some names for their baby, before eventually naming their son Spurgeon Elliot, after preacher Charles Spurgeon and missionaries Jim and Elisabeth Elliot.