Considering how many Duggars are married and currently counting their own little Fundies, it suddenly feels like the family is overtaking the Earth. As it is, having Jim Bob, Michelle, and their family of 19 children is like, a whole lot of humans. But since they can't stop, won't stop procreating, we can only imagine that the family will expand to insane proportions. Just think about it: how many Duggars will exist even half a century from now? What will the Duggars' future look like?
Granted, we don't think anyone is going to pull a Michelle and give birth to as many little Duggars as she did. Yet we're also pretty sure that none of the kids are planning at stopping at one. Jill told ABC News in 2014 that she and husband Derick wanted a bountiful family admitting, "Both of us want as many kids as God will give us and we've talked about adoption. My parents have kept popping them out so we'll see how [our] fertility is!"
Well, even with sticking to conservative numbers, the Duggar dynasty is still going to be a large family, no matter what. So, we did a little math and calculated how many Duggars, at the rate they’re going, could exist by 2068. And yes, the results are wild. Spoiler alert: this family will be around for a VERY long time.
Above is a quick breakdown of our estimation of how many Duggars will probably exist in 50 years, and that's with keeping the numbers generously low with our current data. See below for the full explanation of how we came up with this Duggar conclusion.