Duggar family dating rules
For most people, 27 is still a great time to be single.
But for the Duggars, being single means still living at home, still helping out with family chores, not having any social media accounts, and taking care of your younger siblings.
With 17 younger siblings, plenty of whom still live at home with her and their parents, there's a lot for Jana to help out with.
Laundry, cooking, cleaning — they're all pretty typical tasks.
"They say it, and all the boys look straight down to the floor every time," said the source. Things like that blow my mind." (Photo Credit: Instagram) After Josiah Duggar and his ex, Marjorie Jackson, called off their courtship, fans started talking.
After all, in the Duggar world, courting isn't just dating — it's courting someone you think you'd like to marry. So while breaking off a courtship isn't as serious as divorce, it's still pretty unheard of in this circle. We were just trying to follow God's lead on everything," Josiah explained at the time.
These episodes are typically filmed months ahead of time, which raises a key question when it comes to the following clip: Did Joy-Anna and Austin just violate a major rule of Duggar courtship in the June 19 episode, filmed late last year!?
The sneak peek from this installment features Joy-Anna helping Austin with one of the house-flipping projects he works on to make a living. This form of risky, gateway sexual behavior is frowned upon by Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, as fans know by now.
The answer to that hilariously/tragically/actually remains unknown.) that airs on Monday night.SEE MORE: Jazz Jennings and TLC Respond to Derick Dillard’s Transphobic Twitter Rant exclusively got our hands on a police report about Josh Duggar's molestation charges.What that report also showed was that Michelle and Jim Bob have a rod they use to spank their kids when they're misbehaving.No one knows exactly what that means for the Duggars — but according to Gawker, blanket training starts in infancy and includes swatting children as young as babies with a ruler to teach them what not to do."It’s not waiting until they do something wrong to correct them, but actually taking moments to train them," Michelle explained in an interview.