Better luck next time, Spurgie! Jessa Duggar took to Instagram Stories on Thursday, Aug. 9 to share a screenshot of her son’s attempt to talk to Siri — but he didn’t quite get the chance to make a call. The two-year-old stole his mom’s phone and said “Phone Duggar,” which brought up a list of 19 family members he could contact. Watch the video above to see the cute snap!
The 25-year-old mama has been posting a ton of content with Spurgeon these days. Most recently, she shared a video of her little boy giving his own rendition of Peter Rabbit on Instagram, and fans just couldn’t get enough. “Awwww… I love how he keeps saying ‘mommy’ like he wants to make sure he has your attention, ???” one person wrote. “He’s so sweet!!” Another commented, “He looks just like you!!!!” and a third chimed in, “He is adorbs.”
Of course, we can’t say we blame her. He’s totally precious! Just the other day, Jessa shared another video of him telling her that she’s his “superhero.” She added in the caption that his “favorite sweet thing to say to everyone is still — ‘Happy birthday!'” Ugh. So sweet.
There’s something about the clip, though, that we just can’t get over: She has an iPhone! The famous family abides by a long list of strict rules that includes no dancing, no kissing before marriage, and no hanging out with unwed mothers. Not to mention, the photos they upload to social media tend to be blurry AF, so you can’t blame us for thinking they all still have the LG Chocolate. Yeah, remember that thing?
In 2014, Jessa told the Times Free Press that all the Duggar kids get a cell phone when they get their driver’s licenses. In a 2015 interview with Covenant Eyes Radio, however, Jim Bob and Michelle said not all the kids get smartphones, and those who do get dumbed-down smartphones, basically.
“Young men would have more of a struggle seeing bad stuff, so what we’ve done with the smartphones is that we’ve… actually locked out Safari and any Internet search at all, and then we’ve just had basic apps,” JB said at the time. “We have emails and just the basic things on the phones for the guys. But even on the maps and things, there are some ways to see some bad things, and that’s a struggle.”
In other words, the guys have no fun while Jessa and her son can ask Siri any burning questions they desire. Welp — sorry, boys!
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