In a recent interview with Us Weekly, the Duggar family talks about the quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic. They get honest about who they would and wouldn’t want to quarantine with.
Jeremy Vuolo decided that he doesn’t want to quarantine with John-David Duggar. Jeremy says, “I would say John-David immediately, because John is so smart and him and I work on different levels. I would just feel like an idiot around him all day. He gets so much stuff done, I would feel so lazy. I would feel really lazy.”
Jinger Vuolo says she wouldn’t want to be around a lot of the little children while quarantining. She explains, “Some of those little ones that have, like, a thousand questions and they’re constantly asking you questions.”
Amid the quarantine, Jinger and Jeremy have been busy. Jeremy’s been working from home. The couple also launched their own podcast. In addition, they announced that baby number two is on the way!
While Jeremy and Jinger were able to find someone they wouldn’t want to quarantine with, Michelle Duggar didn’t call anyone out. She simply said she wouldn’t want to quarantine with the family’s dogs.
What are the Duggars watching on TV?
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, many people have been watching more TV. A few of Jim Bob and Michelle’s kids are doing the same. Jana Duggar reveals that she’s been watching home shows. She especially likes Tiny Houses.
Jessa, Ben, Spurgeon, and Henry Seewald have been enjoying The Crocodile Hunter as a family.
Jeremy and Jinger have a different taste and say that they are watching The Crown, The English Game, and The Great British Bake Off.
Counting On airs coronavirus special
Fans of the Duggar family know that the show just kicked off its 11th season. The first episode of the season is a coronavirus special. In the special, the family talks about how they’ve been doing amid the pandemic. The large family is very tight-knit. So, they had to find a way to stay connected while they were supposed to be social distancing.
It’s worth noting that the family didn’t always follow social distancing guidelines. They were called out several times for spending time with family anyway. Nonetheless, they seem to be taking it more seriously now.
So, what do you think of the family’s responses? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Counting On airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on TLC.
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