Jessa Duggar, grew up in a family of 20, including her mom, Michelle Duggar and dad, Jim Bob. Although they were 19 children, Michelle Duggar did not let her rules fall on deaf ears. Bob and Duggar became a spotlight family when they began a family reality television show, and this exposed Jessa and the rest of her siblings to the world of Fame. Bringing up 19 kids is not an easy job to do, but somehow, Michelle was able to keep the ball rolling in her family.
Most of Michelle's children are still underage who need her guidance to go through life, but some of her adult kids like Jessa have been stealing the show for years now. Of all the Duggar kids, fans especially love and appreciate Jessa for her amazing personality on and off the show titled 'Counting On.' The reality star recently revealed that her mother had a major rule in the house, and no one could ever go against it. Sometimes, parents are strict for the right reasons.
In the Duggar family, there is hardly any child that does not know about this rule, and that is why it is the major rule.
Presently, Jessa is married with three kids of her own, and somehow, she is getting the hang of what motherhood can be. She is also an amazing personality because fans are amazed at the way she relates to her other siblings and it is so cute. We have no idea if Jessa will exercise these strict rules in her family, but it is safe to say that she learned from the best.
According to Jessa Duggar, her mother had a rule about perfection.
"If you are striving towards perfection before you even have people into your home, you may just end up never having people over because it's hard to get your house spotless, especially with young kids." She said.
Jessa's mom had to take care of 19 children, so there was no way she could always make the house clean for people to come in. This is the one lesson that Jessa learned from her mother and it has stuck with her to date.
Sti speaking on the rule, Jessa recounted when some guests came to visit her family home. According to her, the guests praised Michelle for not trying to keep her house spotless because they were coming over.
Sometimes, keeping the house clean when you have kids is not foreseeable, but that does not. mean that the house will not be clean when it needs to. With this, Jessa Duggar has learned that it is okay for the house to be a mess at some point, but not always.
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