There they go snagging all that free stuff again! This time, Jill Duggar is the one who scored big. When she brought her son Israel Dillard to the post office, they did more than just send out a package. They had a whole adventure. It seems like it was little Izzy's first trip to the post office, and what a trip it was. The mom of two shared all about it on Instagram.
"We stopped by the post office earlier to mail a 📦 and ended up getting some free 🍪, a peek inside a mail truck (even got to beep the horn), a free hat, 🍭 and coloring book and crayons!" she captioned a pic of Izzy in the mail truck. "Needless to say, Israel was thrilled and I’m sure now he thinks the #usps office is like this every day! 😊"
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We stopped by the post office earlier to mail a 📦 and ended up getting some free 🍪, a peek inside a mail truck (even got to beep the horn), a free hat, 🍭 and coloring book and crayons! Needless to say, Israel was thrilled and I’m sure now he thinks the #usps office is like this every day! 😊 #funday #kidday @uspostalservice #nowhewantstobeamailmanwhenhegrowsup
She also used the hashtag #nowhewantstobeamailmanwhenhegrowsup, sharing that Izzy's been inspired to become a USPS worker himself one day. How cute is that? And we think he could do it, too. Though few Duggar family members have actual legit jobs, and most work in construction or real estate, Jill's big brother John David Duggar has actually worked in the public sector before as a firefighter, first responder, and police volunteer. Maybe he's got the hookup for Israel!
Regardless, it's good to see the little kid dreaming big. It seems too often that the famous family members end up resting on their laurels as reality TV stars or even becoming influencers like Jill and Jessa are trying to do. But hey, when you're about that free stuff life, being an influencer is pretty much the thing to be. And we all know how the Duggars feel about free stuff. This family is cheap AF, and they'll do pretty much anything for a bargain, including dressing up like a cow every single year so they can get a sandwich. This time, though, we're hoping that Jill and her son just got lucky and that all the kids who go to the post office for the first time get to experience such magic — not just the children of former reality stars.