Such a rebel! Jinger Duggar‘s brothers visited her in Texas this week and they decided to live a little during their trip, even breaking one of the Duggar rules. Fans are loving how the Counting On star encouraged her siblings to walk on the wild side by buying something new!

The Duggars are known for bargain shopping in thrift stores, pawn shops, furniture auctions, and yard sales. Jim Bob and Michelle had 19 children to take care of, so they always made sure to spend wisely. This was even shown on a recent episode, when Jessa, Ben, Kendra, Joseph, Lauren and Josiah picked out date night outfits for each other at a thrift shop. Instead of following suit, Jinger and her brothers opted to treat themselves by going to Old Navy!

“Doing a little shopping w/ the bros at the Laredo Outlets,” the new mom captioned her snap, showing them holding several bags. Jinger, 26, also shared a photo of her siblings walking in front of H&M, so they might have picked up more stylish threads there too. Fans are proud of the reality star for making her own decisions. One cheered them on writing, “Not a thrift store!” while another chimed in: “Nice to see you’re treating yourself to new things instead of thrift buys. Choices were made for you growing up, and now you can make your own.”


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It appears Jinger and her brothers had an absolute blast together and they even got to spend time with Felicity. “Uncle James and Uncle Jed meeting Lissy for the first time,” she captioned an adorable photo. Earlier in the week, Jeremy’s family came out to visit them in Laredo, and Jinger’s in-laws enjoyed grabbing ice cream and more. Now, the lovebirds are taking their daughter on her first big trip to Chicago, so they’ve been living it up to the fullest!

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