Stumbling! The pregnant Duggar sisters have had no qualms about showing off their bumps over the years.
During your first pregnancy, Abbie duggar (née Burnett) and her husband, John David Duggar, also spoke about the symptoms she was experiencing prior to her little one’s arrival.
“It affected her a lot and she was depressed for probably seven weeks with severe morning sickness,” said the 19 children and counting alum said Us weekly exclusively in October 2019. “She was diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum and was hospitalized a couple of times. We made several visits to the emergency room for dehydration. … I couldn’t eat or drink or anything. So she was actually on IVs and she had IVs at home. So it was a pretty scary moment. “
John David spoiled Abbie during this time, she gushed U.S, even going to the store around midnight to buy her a heat pack. “He said, ‘No, you need this. I want to go find him, ‘”the nurse recalled. “He has cooked for me. Is it clean. It was just an angel. “
The Arkansas native agreed, tapping, “I keep her water full and her snacks for her. I keep her eating and comfortable. Anything I can get for her, I try. I run to the store [get] whatever you need, keep it as comfortable as possible when you feel down. “
U.S broke the news in January 2020 that the Oklahoma native gave birth to her daughter, Grace Annette. “Our lives have changed forever with the arrival of our baby,” said the Counting on the stars said U.S in a statement at the time. “She is a beautiful gift from God. We are so blessed that the Lord has given it to us. It is still surreal to know that we really are parents, but it is a great new adventure that we are excited to embark on together. “
Keep scrolling to see Abbie and more of the Duggar sisters bumps, from Jessa seewald (née Duggar) to Jill dillard (née Duggar).
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