When it comes to the Duggars, big sis Jessa Duggar is the queen of sass. She claps back at commenters, cracks jokes about fake baby bumps and big lunches, and now even drags her own kids when they deserve it. In a cute new family photo, the 26-year-old posed with husband Ben Seewald and her two young sons — but Spurgeon and Henry couldn’t seem to stay focused. You know how sometimes little kids try to smile for a photo and just totally fail and end up making some kind of silly face? Yeah, they couldn’t even be bothered to do that.
“Somehow ‘Everybody smile’ must sound like ‘Everybody do your own thing’ by the time it reaches the kids’ ears,” Jessa captioned the pic on Instagram, and it was a seriously relatable mom moment. Fans loved it, too. “That’s the life of parents lol,” wrote one commenter. “I don’t think I have one decent picture of all three of mine smiling at the same time lol. Most of the time the youngest is trying to run away.”
Other followers of the family couldn’t help but notice something else. “Spurgeon looks so much older and so big in your arms 😩. Time flies,” commented one Instagram user, with another adding, “Wow Spurgeon is so grown up! I blinked and he looks like such a big kid now! Your boys are so handsome!” But aside from him getting taller, they’re also noticing that the little boy who was once Jessa’s mini-me now looks more like his dad than anybody else. “I really thought Spurgeon looked like you Jessa but he absolutely looks like Ben 100 percent in this picture.”
As for Henry, well, at least he was smiling! Fans joked about that in the comments, too. “Henry is smiling, it’s just at the turkey,” teased one response. “If Henry was looking up you would’ve gotten 4/5 people smiling so it’s getting closer!” added another. Maybe one day soon Jessa will be able to snag that perfect family photo — but until now, we’re definitely appreciating the attempts. Keep trying, kids!
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