I thought tonight's show was really nice. This is the most positive discussion of the Duggar's I've seen some I'm trying to avoid other places. I'll just post here.
--Their school looks like ours. A lot of noise, a lot of moving around, all kinds of stuff going on. But somehow the kids learn.
--Loved seeing the kids learning together or helping each other learn
--I. Love. Hanny. She's amazing. So precocious and opinionated and verbal. A lot like my middle son who's close to her in age. I think she is (like my son) one who marches to the beat of a different drummer, and I think it's neat that the Duggar family dynamics allow that at least a little.
I liked how they handled the submarine issue (from last week) too. They asked her to try, she didn't want to, so they didn't force her to go down, and given a little time, she motivated herself to be brave and check out the inside of the sub.
--Nice to see Michelle finally get to hold Josie skin to skin. I can't imagine how tough it must have been not to be able to hold her own baby.
--Whoever marries John-David is going to be one lucky gal.
Such a nice kid. They replayed last week's show and I saw he and his next younger brother back at the Duggar homestead working together to repair a water pipe break. Amazing that he can take that kind of responsibility and that he's skilled enough for his dad to trust him with his rental properties. He pretty obviously enjoys it, too. And nice to see him building his friendship with his brother.
--Did I see little boys learning how to help in the kitchen? Yes I did.