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19 Kids and Counting, Vol. 3TV-PGClosed Captioning

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Watch as the Duggars continue to celebrate Josie's first year, from saying her first words to taking her first step, she continues to grow and thrive. Meanwhile, the rest of the Duggars are as busy as ever. From an outreach trip to Central America, to joining the Volunteer Fire Department, to anxiously awaiting the birth of the second Grand-Duggar—this family is always on the go! Life with 19 children isn’t always easy but somehow they make it work.

Customer Reviews

Keep it up, Duggars! We still love you!

I admit that I don't watch this show regularly, but I like catching a few episodes through reruns or iTunes, and I always seem to love it because unlike most of TLC's shows, the Duggars continue to stay exactly the same--in a good way. Jim Bob and Michelle are still a loving, affectionate couple who genuinely enjoy their kids, raise them in the Christian faith, have fun with them, and encourage them to get out there and contribute to the world. Obviously, the majority of us could not fathom giving birth to and raising nearly 2 dozen children, but as the Duggars say in their opening sequence, "Somehow we make it all work"...and that they do. Everyone is well loved and provided for, not because they use the show as their sole source of income (they don't), but because they work hard and teach their children to value the same thing. The Duggars are criticized every day of their lives, not only because of their supersized family, but because of their old-fashioned gender roles and strict Christian lifestyle. I don't always agree with how they live or what they believe (e.g. they feel that dancing is morally wrong), but they don't apologize for it, and they certainly don't look down on anyone who might feel differently. They just live their lives the way they feel called to do so, they love their children wholeheartedly, and I have to commend that. So will they add a 20th child to their brood in their future? Who knows? We do know that one more daughter would leave them even with 10 boys and 10 girls, and Jim Bob has said in the past that an "even 20 kids" would be nice, so I wouldn't be surprised if they have at least one more...and it's pretty clear that oldest child Josh and his wife Anna are poised to build a large family of their own in the future. Either way, they are a wonderful family and a sincere pleasure to watch, which says a lot when you're talking about reality television.

Wonderful God-following people.

These children are so well raised, upstanding citizens. I would be proud if I could raise my two children as effectively (as seen by the results) as the Duggars. Thanks for being such an inspiration to so many. We love you Duggars! (The only reality TV that is not trashy, and we can all watch together!)

The Duggars are the Best!!!

Yes, they do have a lot of kids. But the important thing to notice about that is, they are all good kids. They're not brats, they all work hard, and they respect their parents. Everyone can learn so much from this show. I LOVE THIS SHOW!!! I learn something everytime i watch it. Btw, if you dont agree with something, theres no reason to put that thing down. Respect other people's choices and opinions, for goodness sakes!!!