You're not seeing double, triple or, well, multiples of any kind: the Duggar family all looks eerily similar. Like, the girls follow the same rather unfortunate fashion rules, the boys are mutating into Jim Bob clones with age, and it's all very disconcerting. And from time to time, with the right filter, the Duggars look straight up identical. Despite two sets of twins, there technically are no true duplicates. So how does that come about?
I mean, the obvious answer to how is "genetics." Every time we talk about how Spurgeon Seewald looks the same as his mother Jessa did as a baby, it's like, "Stop the presses, a child looks like his parent."
Moreover, since conformity is the name of the game in the Duggar household, everyone is carrying themselves in the same, ever-so-slightly-brainwashed, yet seemingly super happy way. Like, they literally dressed in uniform for years, fam. And especially when you get siblings particularly close in age, it gets kind of tricky to tell them apart.
So for your consideration, here are just a few times Duggar family members were positively twinning.