Jill Duggar & Derick Dillard Begin Christian Mission Abroad, Note That Locals Love Their 'White Baby'

What's more adorable than a baby? A giggling baby, of course! 19 Kids and Counting star Jill (Duggar) Dillard shared a video of her husband, Derick Dillard, playing with their bubbly 4-month-old son, Israel David, on Friday. "He's such a fun daddy to Israel!" Jill captioned the video of her husband, who she also said she loved, complete with a heart symbol. The sweet vid is just one scene from Jill and Derick's mission trip to El Salvador, which they hit the one-month mark of on Thursday. PHOTOS: Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard Share Family Pics From Their Mission Trip Jill, 24, and Derick, 26, have been active on their blog and social media, sharing frequent updates from their trip. Back in June, the new parents explained that they went on this mission because "to serve is the best option for our family." In another blog post, the proud parents wrote that baby Israel is already adjusting well to his new home in Central America -- plus, he's garnering lots of attention from the locals! "Israel seems to be adjusting to the new climate, culture, food (via mom's milk), and language faster than Jill and I are. In fact, he has been the talk of the town," they wrote. "Everywhere we go, people here about and want to see and hold the, 'big blue-eyed, white baby' LOL. Israel is definitely growing and developing fast." If Jill's latest video of giggling Israel is any indication, it certainly seems like the family is continuing to have a good time during their mission. NEWS: Jill & Dillard Begin Christian Mission Abroad, Note That Locals Love Their 'White Baby' Unfortunately for fans of the Duggars, these posts will be the only way to keep up with the large family, at least for the foreseeable future. Last month, TLC pulled the plug on their family's reality show, 19 Kids and Counting, amidst allegations that Jill's brother, Josh Duggar, had molested her, sister Jessa Duggar and other girls during his teenage years. Find out even more about Jill and Derrick's mission trip in the video below.

Mission… not so impossible!

Jill (Duggar) Dillard and husband Derick Dillard expressed all the happy feels they were feeling upon arriving in Central America, where the couple are embarking on a Christian mission with son Israel, in a new blog post on Saturday. 

WATCH: Jill & Derick Dillard Move Out of the Country for Mission Trip

"We are so excited to announce that we have safely arrived on the mission field and we can now tell you that we are in Central America!" they wrote. "Israel seems to be adjusting to the new climate, culture, food (via mom’s milk), and language faster than Jill and I are."

"In fact, he has been the talk of the town," they added. "Everywhere we go, people here about and want to see and hold the, 'big blue-eyed, white baby' LOL. Israel is definitely growing and developing fast."

Jill, 24, and Derick, 26 originally announced plans to uproot their lives in rural Arkansas last month. They then set out on a cross-country mission, soliciting monetary support for their journey overseas via the blog. "To serve is the best option for our family," they wrote back in June.

Originally, the Dillards did not tell fans where they would be traveling due to "security purposes," so the announcement that they're in Central America is the most specific detail they've given as far as the location of their trip is concerned.

WATCH: TLC Cancels '19 Kids and Counting,' Duggar Family Reacts 

In the post from June, they wrote, "To serve is the best option for our family."

After arriving in Central America this weekend, Derick and Jill expressed their appreciation for the funds that helped get them there -- and, of course, God.

"Above all, thank you to God and all our prayer and financial partners," they wrote. "We cannot express enough gratitude for the ways God has been working through so many of you to make this transition for our family as smooth as possible."

The July 18 update came just two days after TLC pulled the plug on their family's reality show, 19 Kids and Counting (so much for that spinoff). The decision followed allegations that Jill's brother, Josh Duggar, had molested her and her sister Jessa Duggar, among others, during his teen years.

WATCH: Jill Duggar Breaks Social Media Silence with Photo of Son Israel David 

For more on the cancellation of 19 Kids and Counting, check out this video below:


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