Jinger Duggar in Sweet Tribute: Nana Adopted by Adoptee


The past year has been a rollercoaster ride for Jinger Duggar. It is difficult enough to move to California without your family. This is made more difficult by the status of your family on reality TV and your brother’s illegal activities. The former Counting onStar is grieving the loss of a family member close to him. He posted the emotional post on social media.

“Our dear adopted Nana went home to be with the Lord. She was the most selfless woman and gracious woman. Nana taught me so many things-15 years of piano lessons, that Long John Silver’s is actually good, doing laundry can be fun, to be joyful in all circumstances, and that it’s better to serve than to be served,”Duggar wrote in this caption. “The past 5 years we exchanged letters monthly. She will be greatly missed. I will forever be grateful to God for the priceless gift of her friendship.”

Duggar’s followers and fans shared their grief and offered supportive words. “Nana was a precious soul. So sorry for your loss, Jing,”One wrote. “What special memories you must have !!! Hold on tight to them !!!!”An additional one is added. “Awww Nana…I remember when the Lord sent her to you. I’m praying for y’all as you grieve such a great loss. I’m so thankful you have those letters!”A third author wrote.

Duggar’s sadness is made worse by recent drama in her own family. Josh Duggar, Brother was convicted for possessing child pornography. It will end the family’s TLC experience and bring back painful memories from his past.

She had moved on from the strict rules of her family in recent years. In her book, The Hope We Have: Finding Peace and the Promises of God she explains why. “re-examine”Some of her wilder requirements. One change is the style that all Duggar women wear.

“Modesty isn’t about what you wear. It’s about the position of your heart,”She wrote. “I wanted to follow what the Bible said, and as I searched the Scriptures for answers, I never found a passage specifically forbidding women from wearing pants.”

The Duggar women were accustomed to wearing skirts and dresses, according to an alleged rule in the Bible. “My mom had always dressed us girls in skirts and dresses, a standard that was taken from Deuteronomy 22:5 (ESV), which says, ‘A woman shall not wear a man’s garment,’ and I never really questioned it,” Duggar wrote. “Modesty was a huge topic in our house, and we believed that wearing skirts instead of pants was a central part of being modest.”

Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo seem to be thriving despite the difficulties. Duggar is likely to have the experience to handle loss, even though it can be hard to bear.