Sad news for the Duggar family.
Michelle Duggar suffered a miscarriage on Thursday, her husband, Jim Bob, told Us Weekly. The "19 Kids and Counting" parents were expecting their 20th child in April.
"Earlier today at a routine doctor's appointment, Michelle and I received the sad news that we lost the baby," Jim Bob told Us. "Michelle is resting comfortably at home with the support of the entire family. We are grateful for all the thoughts and prayers, but ask for privacy during this difficult time."
http://wonderwall.msn.com/tv/michelle-d … 6881.story
I'm sorry to hear this but it's just as well...the last one was premature will problems and I think this is a sign that she should stop..
I agree with Stacie. The last baby, Josie, was premature, and the Duggars should take that as a sign to stop reproducing. The next one, if carried to term, could be severely disabled.
I totally agree. God is telling Michelle to stop having children. Common sense dictates that she should have stopped having children seventeen or eighteen children ago. Some people are indeed challenged if you know what I mean!
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