Photos from Jill Duggar’s Baby Shower as She Expects Her Third Child with Derick Dillard Inside!
She radiates! A baby shower attended by friends and family commemorates Jill Dillard’s (née Duggar) third pregnancy. She and her husband, Derrick Dillard, are now expecting their third child.
On July 7, her cousin Amy King (née Duggar), who is her aunt, provided fans with a behind-the-scenes look at the celebrations by posting pictures from the event on Instagram. The former 19 Kids and Counting star, 35, wrote: “It was an honor to throw your baby shower, Jill!!
The party’s theme was ‘Grow Baby Grow.'” Because of your beauty on the inside and out, you deserve to be cherished. Amy posted images of a variety of plant-themed foods and décor.
The guests also enjoyed cupcakes decorated to resemble plants and cookies decorated with green and white frosting. The host also decorated her home with balloons, and guests kept themselves occupied by raising their own plants.
In photographs with Amy, her aunt Deanna Duggar, Derick’s mother, Cathy Dillard Byrum, and Amy, Jill, 31, proudly displayed her noticeable baby bump.
Jessa Seewald (née Duggar) confirmed she attended the event even though she didn’t appear in any images with her mother and siblings from Counting On. She commented on Amy’s post, saying, “It was so fun celebrating this new life!”
In a post on their family blog, Jill and Derick, both 33, revealed that they were expecting their third child together. Our rainbow baby is due in July 2022, and we are thrilled to report that God has heard our prayers.
On February 27, the couple came forward. “We look forward to learning the gender soon and are so grateful for a safe pregnancy and baby so far!”
Israel and Samuel are also joint children of the former reality stars, who got married in 2014. After having a miscarriage in late 2021, Jill is now pregnant.
Since the loss of our precious baby saddened us, River Bliss, last fall, Jill Duggar and Derick have hoped that, if it were God’s will, he would bless us with another child, they said in a blog post from February.