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14 hours ago, GeeGolly said:

Parents encourage good/safe behavior with young kids by giving appropriate reactions and parents foster critical thinking with older children explaining why certain behaviors shouldn't be done. Doing both these things teach kids to learn to independently make safer/better choices. The Dillards appear to be doing neither.

But those are evil concepts, to the Duggars. Critical thinking? Independence? Perish the thought! Get in line, sheep.

I'm not suggesting that any of them have consciously thought that critical thinking and independence are to be actively avoided but they certainly have been indoctrinated to try to smash every shred of either, even if that's not how they would characterize what they are doing.

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19 hours ago, kalamac said:

As long as they are being watched, which they are, the cameras prove that, it's fine.

So when the kid hits the floor face first and busts his teeth out or breaks his nose, it's fine because someone sat there and watched him do it?  Does it hurt less and do less damage when the kid is being watched or filmed?  

As others have stated parents need to set boundaries and keep kids safe.  There's nothing wrong with climbing and exploring, but there is a safe way to do it.  Taking pictures of your kid in a dangerous situation is beyond stupid and so is sitting back and watching them do it.

@doodlebug said they have scrambled eggs for brains, but I think it's another, less appetizing substance.

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20 minutes ago, Normades said:

@doodlebug said they have scrambled eggs for brains, but I think it's another, less appetizing substance.

          💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩?? 😁

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On 1/11/2019 at 4:18 PM, ginger90 said:

New blog post.

It includes the videos I already posted, and sooooo many pictures. I picked a few pictures to include:

 

 

 

November 2018 Pictures and Videos

Jan 11, 2019 | Family Blog, Photos | 1 

Sorry I’m finally getting around to posting our November album! We are happy to share lots of new pictures and videos with you! Our December post will hopefully be following soon! 

 

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Are they trying to win a Darwin award?  Nothing says great parents like seeing pics of two small children doing scary stunts.

On 1/11/2019 at 5:32 PM, graefin said:

That last pic takes the cake. "Israel came up with this on his own" is how she captions it? Did she actually watch him set the chair up there and climb up and then take a photo so she could post it for the world to see with a caption denoting his cleverness?

Yegods, woman, where is your common sense? Do they let them play with knives and firearms and matches too, because "they came up with it on their own"? Could her brain have been deprived of oxygen during childbirth (Israel or Sam's, not her own)? Because I have no other explanation.

New Xmas toy the bag of glass TM Irwin Mainway...

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Watched the video of them walking.  Izzy points out moon is up and asks why.  Jill clearly doesn’t seem to know the answer.  They can’t be that clueless can they?  Please let her just be fumbling how to explain to 3 year old

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I wonder why Jackson wasn't included in those photos with the little girls, Michelle, Jill and her kids. Notice how SAM is right next to Jill and Izzy is waaaay on the other end of the table with no one able to assist him.

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2 hours ago, floridamom said:

Notice how SAM is right next to Jill and Izzy is waaaay on the other end of the table with no one able to assist him.

And if Jill is tending to Sam, why can't Izzy's grandmother sit with him and help him? But of course Michelle can't, because she has to have her "baby" Josie on her lap whenever there's an audience.

 

13 hours ago, Natalie68 said:

New Xmas toy the bag of glass TM Irwin Mainway...

Mainway Toys! Makers not just of "Bag O'Glass", but such classics as "Pretty Peggy Ear Piercing Kit" and "Johnny Switchblade, Adventure Punk"!

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2 hours ago, xwordfanatik said:

Mr. Cathy looks like such a sad sack.  Eeyore personality for sure.

I wonder if Cathy is helping out Jill and Derick financially, and that's a huge point of contention in the Bynums' marriage. Mr. Bynum always looks annoyed around Derick and Jill, which would be a normal reaction to two grown adults who refuse to work and support themselves. At this stage, I have to believe it's something more than Mr. Bynum having a general distaste for the Duggar circus. 

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3 minutes ago, Oldernowiser said:

Or maybe it’s being called “Bawpaw.” Because that would be plenty enough for me .

That would make me stabby as well.

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23 minutes ago, BitterApple said:

That would make me stabby as well.

Unless the kids came up with it themselves, because then I bet he likes it.  My mother hated her nickname from her MIL, but when her own nieces and nephews (other side) inadvertently used it with "Aunt" preceding it, she changed her mind.

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9 hours ago, Normades said:

Yes. They are THAT CLUELESS!!  It looked like Jill was astounded that both the moon and the sun could be visible at the same time.  I'm sure she'll be a great science teacher to her kids, tho.

That's exactly what it looked like! 

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8 hours ago, BitterApple said:

I wonder if Cathy is helping out Jill and Derick financially, and that's a huge point of contention in the Bynums' marriage. Mr. Bynum always looks annoyed around Derick and Jill, which would be a normal reaction to two grown adults who refuse to work and support themselves. At this stage, I have to believe it's something more than Mr. Bynum having a general distaste for the Duggar circus. 

I can see it!!! I think it's so stupid that the Duggar girls aren't allowed to work under any circumstances because Mommy and Daddy said so. In the real world, this would not be an attractive package. I'm thinking that the Duggar females would never have attracted any somewhat mainstream men without teevee...in fact, no one would have wanted any part of that without having grown up IBLP. I am super pro SAHM, but even the most conservative women out there will work before they have kids, while their husband is in school, or if they really need to just to afford a nice life. 

I would be sooo leery of encouraging my hypothetical son to marry a Duggar girl, because if he gets laid off, can't find a well paying job, goes back to school, or insists on having 20 kids, she will not even consider working. It's a non-negotiable. And the worst part is that it's not even that she truly believes in being a SAHM, or gets any joy from it, or is any good at it. Someone like Jill is so obviously unhappy with her role in life, annnnd she is not allowed to contribute financially. Plus, even if they wanted to get jobs, they're so woefully uneducated. Even the laziest, least smart, least driven woman who grew up in the mainstream world would be a more contributing partner than them. 

It's such a shame. I would probably rather my hypothetical son marry Jana, since she's a good homemaker, seems to like it, and is too old to have tooooo many kids. If my son was a solid provider, I might feel okay about it. If my son married Jessa, I'd feel sad about her wasted potential out in the workforce. If he married Jinger, I'd worry because she is just so helpless. Joy is able to help out Austin, but she'd probably be similar to Jinger if her husband had an office job. 

But Jill is the absolute worst. She will never, ever question the doctrine she grew up with, AND seems to dislike being a SAHM. I'd hate for my son (who is no prize btw) to be with someone who is obviously unhappy in the home and is not allowed to bring in a paycheck. That literally gives them a zero percent shot at happiness, because if she could get a job she liked, and they had money coming in, they might have a real chance to be happy. I'm only hoping that Jill likes being home with her kids more as they get older, like her buddy team, and doesn't have any more. 

But yeah, I would be piiiiisssssed if I had to hand over my hard earned money to my lazy son / stepson because neither of them will work. It's literally like Jill is holding a gun to their heads, because she isn't "allowed" to work, yet they need money (and Derick isn't a provider). I may even feel a little better handing over the money if Jill was the mommy type who just lived and breathed being home with the kids, but doing it in spite of Jill's blase attitude, because JB and Michelle decree their pure daughters would be tainted by the workforce, would be a hard pill to swallow. 

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7 hours ago, queenanne said:

Unless the kids came up with it themselves, because then I bet he likes it. 

Good point! I could never have predicted that I'd love being called "Ninny." Grandparenting has turned me to mush! 

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New blog post:

 

Mom’s Stuffed Mushrooms

Jan 14, 2019 | Recipes | 0 

My mother-in-law made these mushrooms for us at Christmas and said this recipe was the first she made and took to an event after she and Rick (Derick’s dad) were married. They are delicious!

1 lb. medium mushrooms (about 3 dozen)

3 T. butter 

1/4 C. finely chopped green bell pepper

1/4 C. finely chopped onion

1 1/2 C. bread (cut into tiny squares) 

1/2 t. salt

1/2 t. thyme

1/4 t. turmeric

1/4 t. pepper

1 T. butter

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Wash, trim and dry mushrooms thoroughly. Remove stems; finely chop enough stems to measure 1/3 cup (you won’t use the extras).

Melt 3 T. butter in skillet. Cook and stir chopped mushroom stems, green pepper, and onion in butter about 5 min. or until tender. Remove from heat; stir in remaining ingredients, except mushroom caps and 1 T. butter.

Melt 1 T. butter in shallow baking dish. Fill mushroom caps with stuffing mixture; place mushrooms filled side up in baking dish. Bake 15 min. 

Set oven control at broil and/or 550 degrees. Broil mushrooms for 2 min. 3 to 4 inches from heat.

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I was just about to type the same thing!

Actually, these look pretty good, maybe it's because it's Cathy's recipe. My only aesthetic criticism is the green in the vegetables next to the green mat (I would have put the mushrooms on a white plate), but the mushrooms themselves look pretty good. 

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Motherhood is obviously not how Jill thought it would be.  She had 2 active (and totally precious) little boys.  Her sisters have having their very own families , so none of the help she was more than likely expecting. And from how Derick try’s to get away at any chance , she is not as adored as Michelle is.    She needs to mature and figure out who she is 

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Just now, madpsych78 said:

I was just about to type the same thing!

Actually, these look pretty good, maybe it's because it's Cathy's recipe. My only aesthetic criticism is the green in the vegetables next to the green mat (I would have put the mushrooms on a white plate), but the mushrooms themselves look pretty good. 

Me too, I love anything mushroom and these look good.  Well, even a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometimes.  A stopped clock is right twice a day...

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23 minutes ago, ginger90 said:

New blog post:

 

Mom’s Stuffed Mushrooms

Jan 14, 2019 | Recipes | 0 

My mother-in-law made these mushrooms for us at Christmas and said this recipe was the first she made and took to an event after she and Rick (Derick’s dad) were married. They are delicious!

1 lb. medium mushrooms (about 3 dozen)

3 T. butter 

1/4 C. finely chopped green bell pepper

1/4 C. finely chopped onion

1 1/2 C. bread (cut into tiny squares) 

1/2 t. salt

1/2 t. thyme

1/4 t. turmeric

1/4 t. pepper

1 T. butter

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Wash, trim and dry mushrooms thoroughly. Remove stems; finely chop enough stems to measure 1/3 cup (you won’t use the extras).

Melt 3 T. butter in skillet. Cook and stir chopped mushroom stems, green pepper, and onion in butter about 5 min. or until tender. Remove from heat; stir in remaining ingredients, except mushroom caps and 1 T. butter.

Melt 1 T. butter in shallow baking dish. Fill mushroom caps with stuffing mixture; place mushrooms filled side up in baking dish. Bake 15 min. 

Set oven control at broil and/or 550 degrees. Broil mushrooms for 2 min. 3 to 4 inches from heat.

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Um...where's the cream of something soup? Clearly a Duggar didn't invent this. 

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18 minutes ago, galaxychaser said:

I love stuffed mushrooms.

And its an actual REAL recipe! 

18 minutes ago, galaxychaser said:

I love stuffed mushrooms.

 

18 minutes ago, galaxychaser said:

I love stuffed mushrooms.

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I think hell has frozen over, because this is a recipe I'd actually make. Those mushrooms look pretty dang good.

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I'd like to see Jill trying to comprehend thyme vs time. I'd eat the mushrooms (but not if Jill cooked them!). I'm more a stuffed green pepper fan.

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Jill also made spaghetti pie again, so that negates anything good she might have done with the mushrooms. Sadly, the screenshot is too big for the forum. It's in her instastories, complete with an arrow pointing to Derelict that says "handsome." 

I almost puked.

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A decent recipe, but a horrible photo. Can't she put them on a *clean* white plate to photograph them? Or clean the random bits of stuff off the green surface before she takes the shot? Yeesh.

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Those look yummy! I love stuffed mushrooms! Those actually look like something I would make. 

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4 minutes ago, Totally said:

What is broil?

Cooking at a high temp in the oven, close to the upper heating element.  Broiling steaks or fish or other pieces of meat is the most common use of it.  It's sort of like upside-down grilling

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16 hours ago, Christina87 said:

I can see it!!! I think it's so stupid that the Duggar girls aren't allowed to work under any circumstances because Mommy and Daddy said so. In the real world, this would not be an attractive package. I'm thinking that the Duggar females would never have attracted any somewhat mainstream men without teevee...in fact, no one would have wanted any part of that without having grown up IBLP. I am super pro SAHM, but even the most conservative women out there will work before they have kids, while their husband is in school, or if they really need to just to afford a nice life. 

I would be sooo leery of encouraging my hypothetical son to marry a Duggar girl, because if he gets laid off, can't find a well paying job, goes back to school, or insists on having 20 kids, she will not even consider working. It's a non-negotiable. And the worst part is that it's not even that she truly believes in being a SAHM, or gets any joy from it, or is any good at it. Someone like Jill is so obviously unhappy with her role in life, annnnd she is not allowed to contribute financially. Plus, even if they wanted to get jobs, they're so woefully uneducated. Even the laziest, least smart, least driven woman who grew up in the mainstream world would be a more contributing partner than them. 

It's such a shame. I would probably rather my hypothetical son marry Jana, since she's a good homemaker, seems to like it, and is too old to have tooooo many kids. If my son was a solid provider, I might feel okay about it. If my son married Jessa, I'd feel sad about her wasted potential out in the workforce. If he married Jinger, I'd worry because she is just so helpless. Joy is able to help out Austin, but she'd probably be similar to Jinger if her husband had an office job. 

But Jill is the absolute worst. She will never, ever question the doctrine she grew up with, AND seems to dislike being a SAHM. I'd hate for my son (who is no prize btw) to be with someone who is obviously unhappy in the home and is not allowed to bring in a paycheck. That literally gives them a zero percent shot at happiness, because if she could get a job she liked, and they had money coming in, they might have a real chance to be happy. I'm only hoping that Jill likes being home with her kids more as they get older, like her buddy team, and doesn't have any more. 

But yeah, I would be piiiiisssssed if I had to hand over my hard earned money to my lazy son / stepson because neither of them will work. It's literally like Jill is holding a gun to their heads, because she isn't "allowed" to work, yet they need money (and Derick isn't a provider). I may even feel a little better handing over the money if Jill was the mommy type who just lived and breathed being home with the kids, but doing it in spite of Jill's blase attitude, because JB and Michelle decree their pure daughters would be tainted by the workforce, would be a hard pill to swallow. 

I agree with a lot of your post.

The only thing I’m say, no matter if they choose to have 2 children or 20 children, they need to be cared for. Even if Jill would get a job while Derick goes to school, childcare would break them. If Jill hates being a SAHM (I agree, she doesn’t like it) going to work part time wouldn’t provide an income, the money would go to childcare.

If Jill was allowed to ever get a job, it would be self-fulfilling, not for money. 

Many people I know kept their jobs after children and bring practically nothing home financially but leaving their job creates other challenges. For example, I left my job as a teacher to be at home and my husband is self employed. (I’d be bringing home less than $7,000 a year after childcare, gas, commuting, clothes, etc if I kept working) I’ve been home now 5 years, haven’t done anything to continue my credits I need to maintain my teaching credentials, I’m so out of the loop that going back would be very difficult. I’m basiacally an undesirable candidate anymore. This is a job that pays well and I was well qualified for! I had a girlfriend keep her job, again bringing nothing home financially, but said that in 5-7 years she has so much growth potential at her job that leaving would jeopardize climbing the corporate ladder. Then helping to provide a nice life for their family. 

The worst part is that neither Jill or Derick have any goals or aspirations. Sure, Derick is in school now, but I doubt he will ever actually use a degree, if he gets it. It’s disgusting if his mom is providing for them at all even if Jill worked. 

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1 hour ago, Sew Sumi said:

Jill also made spaghetti pie again, so that negates anything good she might have done with the mushrooms. Sadly, the screenshot is too big for the forum. It's in her instastories, complete with an arrow pointing to Derelict that says "handsome." 

I almost puked.

 

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Ugh, thanks for finding it, I guess. 😐

(Not sure why I couldn't upload. I have uploaded screenshots before)

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Ew. I really can’t stand looking at him. Especially with gross food in the same photo. 

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4 minutes ago, Sew Sumi said:

Ugh, thanks for finding it, I guess. 😐

(Not sure why I couldn't upload. I have uploaded screenshots before)

Please accept my apology!

I just made it a pinch smaller. Happens sometimes quite randomly!

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12 minutes ago, awaken said:

Ew. I really can’t stand looking at him. Especially with gross food in the same photo. 

not sure which looks worse him or the pie 

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I can't stand mushrooms either, although I can tolerate them on pizza.

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BeePaw looks like he wants to pop someone in the face. I feel ya BeePaw. 

31 minutes ago, ginger90 said:

 

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Papa enjoying a plate of shit before classes. 

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35 minutes ago, Annb67 said:

BeePaw looks like he wants to pop someone in the face. I feel ya BeePaw. 

Papa enjoying a plate of shit before classes. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Farmfam said:

I agree with a lot of your post.

The only thing I’m say, no matter if they choose to have 2 children or 20 children, they need to be cared for. Even if Jill would get a job while Derick goes to school, childcare would break them. If Jill hates being a SAHM (I agree, she doesn’t like it) going to work part time wouldn’t provide an income, the money would go to childcare.

If Jill was allowed to ever get a job, it would be self-fulfilling, not for money. 

Many people I know kept their jobs after children and bring practically nothing home financially but leaving their job creates other challenges. For example, I left my job as a teacher to be at home and my husband is self employed. (I’d be bringing home less than $7,000 a year after childcare, gas, commuting, clothes, etc if I kept working) I’ve been home now 5 years, haven’t done anything to continue my credits I need to maintain my teaching credentials, I’m so out of the loop that going back would be very difficult. I’m basiacally an undesirable candidate anymore. This is a job that pays well and I was well qualified for! I had a girlfriend keep her job, again bringing nothing home financially, but said that in 5-7 years she has so much growth potential at her job that leaving would jeopardize climbing the corporate ladder. Then helping to provide a nice life for their family. 

The worst part is that neither Jill or Derick have any goals or aspirations. Sure, Derick is in school now, but I doubt he will ever actually use a degree, if he gets it. It’s disgusting if his mom is providing for them at all even if Jill worked. 

Come to NC!!! We have a teacher shortage, and people are easily able to stay home and then come back in a few years. Unfortunately, we have the teacher shortage because we are 49th in pay, don't allow unions, basically sign all our rights away to be employed, don't have tenure, don't have masters pay, and can be fired at will without cause. We also don't get compensated for any after school events we do, and teacher assistants can't even get comp time. Music teachers don't get comp time for any of our after school rehearsals or concerts because "it's part of our job." We also have a horrible pay scale for admins, and a lot of them are making less than teachers  

Sounds like a paradise, doesn't it? 😜

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Just now, Christina87 said:

Come to NC!!! We have a teacher shortage, and people are easily able to stay home and then come back in a few years. Unfortunately, we have the teacher shortage because we are 49th in pay, don't allow unions, basically sign all our rights away to be employed, don't have tenure, don't have masters pay, and can be fired at will without cause. We also don't get compensated for any after school events we do, and teacher assistants can't even get comp time. Music teachers don't get comp time for any of our after school rehearsals or concerts because "it's part of our job." We also have a horrible pay scale for admins, and a lot of them are making less than teachers  

Sounds like a paradise, doesn't it? 😜

Sounds like Duggar paradise. Destroy those evil non-home-non-Gothard schools! They're obviously tools of the Devil! 

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2 hours ago, Sew Sumi said:

Jill also made spaghetti pie again, so that negates anything good she might have done with the mushrooms. Sadly, the screenshot is too big for the forum. It's in her instastories, complete with an arrow pointing to Derelict that says "handsome." 

I almost puked.

Maybe I'm crazy, but I think the spaghetti pie is one of Jill's best recipes. I would actually eat it because at least it doesn't contain a canned soup. Of course, it's not great for you, but I don't think it looks totally barf worthy. I do side eye them super hard, because you know Jill probably makes it twice a week, and that is a lot of calories!

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