Counting On stars John and Abbie Duggar got married in November 2018. They did things a little bit differently from the rest of the Duggars. This included things like different courtship rules and getting married later in life. As of right now, the couple has yet to announce a pregnancy. Fans think they will be the next ones to do so though.
For a while, the couple was posting on their joint Instagram account every week or so. They would share cute selfies together. They would write captions about their life as a newly married couple. Duggar fans have decided that John and Abbie are the cutest couple in the family. They are definitely a favorite among Counting On fans for a few different reasons.
Now, John and Abbie haven’t shared a post in nearly two months. It’s not necessarily uncommon for people to unplug and take social media breaks. This just seems like a very long break, especially for people who were posting regularly. Because of this long break, fans have begun to wonder where the couple has gone.
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Duggar fans think Abbie is pregnant
Sometimes, before a couple announces a pregnancy, they take a social media break. This can be due to pregnancy symptoms that keep them busy. Because some couples do this, Duggar fans have begun to speculate that John and Abbie may be expecting their first child.
When Grandma Duggar tragically passed away last month, Jessa Seewald shared a post on Instagram. She wrote, “She was so excited about the many new great-grandbabies due this coming fall and winter, and it never got old for her.” Fans were pretty quick to catch on and realized that the Duggar women who have announced their pregnancies are all due in November, which is in the fall.
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It didn’t matter who you were, she was “Grandma” to you. That’s most often how she would introduce herself. “Hi, I’m Grandma!” Everybody called her Grandma. She took a genuine interest in people. She would converse with you in a way that made you feel special and loved and cared about. She had a knack for remembering details, and the next time she saw you, she would inquire about things told to her in past conversations. She was so excited about the many new great-grandbabies due this coming fall and winter, and it never got old for her. She welcomed each new baby with joy and would hold them with such tenderness and delight. We will keep her stories and memories alive for these little ones, but we’re sad that they will not have the blessing of knowing her in person as we have. She was always available. When we kids were young, she would often babysit so Mom and Dad could go out on a date. If Mom needed something from the grocery store, she was happy to pick it up. She always had time for a conversation with the teenager and never passed over the toddlers either. Each one of us was made to feel valued and loved by Grandma. She was our biggest cheerleader, coming to every music recital, birthday party, and graduation celebration— and with 21 grandkids and 13 great-grandkids, that was quite a feat! She was an exhorter. If we ever doubted our gifts or abilities, Grandma was there to spur us on. She’d pull the classic “grandma move” and have us putting on impromptu talent shows for complete strangers. “Why don’t you get up here and perform that song you’ve been working on?” “Aww, Grandma, really? Do I have to?” We’d say, glancing at mom, but we knew Mom would back her every time. We’d reluctantly get up and do a number, and it didn’t matter how terrible we thought we sounded, Grandma would beam with pride and start the applause. She believed in our gifts and abilities more than we did at times, and she spurred us on to do our best and to give God the glory for all our talents and achievements. Click :LINK IN BIO: or swipe left to read the rest of the tribute to Grandma Duggar ❤️—
This led fans to wonder which of the women could be waiting to announce a pregnancy. Abbie was near the top of that list. If she is the one who is expecting a baby in the winter, she could be due as late as March, which gives her plenty of time to make an announcement.
In the comments of John and Abbie’s most recent social media post, fans are very focused on the possibility of a pregnancy. Here are some of the comments:
- “Abby please post more you and john. We miss ya. Unless there is a reason we will find out later. You are a perfect match and one of my.favorite couples on counting on!”
- “Well!!!!! Any big (gotta wait 9mo) news?”
- “Are you waiting to announce something??👶🏼❤️”
Do you agree with these Duggar fans? Do you have another idea why John and Abbie could be taking a break from social media? Leave a comment below.
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