Jill Duggar's Marriage: "Love Is In The Air"

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Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are quickly settling into married life and their coming life as new parents.

Will they have 19 kids? More? Maybe just a couple?

The world will have to wait, but as for now, Jill Duggar is just enjoying being pregnant and sharing it with the world.

Duggar matriarch Michelle Duggar took to the family's website to inform everyone that Jill Duggar's life as a new wife is going really well, even though sometimes the younger Duggars wish the married couples wouldn't make it so...um...apparent.

"It's just so sweet to watch these guys and girls that are really in love," Michelle wrote about Jill Duggar's and Derick Dillard's married relationship. "Love is in the air and it's good for all of us to be around that, even if the little siblings have to go, 'Oh no, they're kissing again, oh my!'"


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She added of Jill Duggar and her husband, "I know God's going to use that love to help stretch in ways that they might not otherwise try, because that's the good thing about marriage. It really does stretch us and helps us to become the person that God would want us to be."


"You're much more willing to get out of your comfort zone when it's with somebody that you deeply love."

That's true. In this case, the comfort zone could have been the completely non-physical relationship Jill Duggar had with Derick Dillard up until they held hands after the engagement and kissed on their wedding day for the first time.

The famously religious family has stayed close, even though Jill Duggar, and now Jessa, are no longer right there in the house.

"We always make sure to include them in our family events in case they want to be a part of things," Michelle said. "They'll come over and celebrate birthdays and other events with us when they can."

What do you think of Jill Duggar's new life with Derick Dillard?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.