15 Ways Jinger Duggar & Jeremy Vuolo Will Be Great Parents

Tanvier Peart | Apr 7, 2017 Celebrities
15 Ways Jinger Duggar & Jeremy Vuolo Will Be Great Parents
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Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo

Jinger (Duggar) and Jeremy Vuolo are one of those couples we all root for, a couple we hope will be able to get their happily ever after. They're super cute together, such loving individuals, and will definitely make awesome parents ... one day. We have loved watching them grow as a couple, from their sweet courtship to their beautiful wedding -- and we can't wait to see how they continue to evolve and change and create their life together.

Rumors are swirling that Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo are expecting their first child, and while we don't know if it's true or not (time will really have to tell), we're super excited at the thought of these two becoming parents in the future. And we know that whenever the big day comes,they'll be great. After all, with so many nieces and nephews already they've had lots of practice!

And seeing as Jinger has grown up with so many siblings -- including so many younger ones to help care for -- she will most likely be a natural when she has her own little ones running around.

Either way, we can't wait to see it!

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Here are a few moments throughout their journey that lead us to believe Jinger and Jeremy have all the tools they need to be amazing parents.

  • They're Building a Strong Foundation


    Strengthening your marriage can only work in your favor. Not only does it keep two people in love together, but it can become the very foundation that can help carry the family. We think Jinger and Jeremy are definitely working toward this, which will only make them better parents.

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  • Can Bask in the Perks of Having a Big Family


    Um, HELLO -- Jinger is one of 19 children!! Coming from a big family does have its perks (and some setbacks) -- including feeling comfortable with people and sharing things. Sure, this might sound silly, but when you become a parent, there are sacrifices you'll make and things you'll have to give up. While you don't have to come from a large family to achieve this, one would think the transition of helping take care of your siblings -- changing diapers, etc. -- and certain responsibilities can only make you a better parent.

  • Are Great With Kids


    Aww. Just look at this photo of Jinger and Jeremy with nephews Spurgeon and Henry! It's too precious!

    Jeremy and Jinger look so comfortable and in love with these sweet boys and seem like they're awesome with kids. This isn't the first time we've seen these two around little ones, which only reiterates to us they'll know how to take care of business once they have a children of their own.

  • Will Instill Good Values in Their Future Children


    Seeing as Jeremy is a pastor, his father is a pastor, and Jinger comes from a religious family, something tells us they'll push their children to be loving, compassionate, and selfless individuals -- which are traits this world so desperately needs right now.

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  • Have Access to a Network of Mothers (& Fathers)


    One of the best things Jinger and Jeremy have working in their favor is the abundance of family -- specifically, relatives who are moms and dads that can be a true resource and lifeline. If and when the day comes for Jeremy and Jinger to have their own children, they'll also have in-laws and siblings they can speak to who can be a guiding light down the parenting road.

  • Focus on the Good in Others


    "You're an incredible woman -- the most incredible woman I've ever known. I'm so glad that God has allowed me to be your husband." *Tear* It's not uncommon for Jeremy and Jinger to share sweet nothings with each other, but their ability to see the good -- both in themselves and other people -- is a wonderful trait we can only hope will continue to blossom once they become parents.

    Children need encouragement, especially in today's world. We know Jinger and Jeremy will walk by their children's sides giving them love and support along the way.

  • Think Before Reacting


    Have you ever met someone who doesn't seem to think before he or she speaks -- or acts? That kind of behavior can cause unnecessary strife in relationships, especially when it comes to raising small children who might not understand your initial reaction was not your true intention. Hopefully, Jeremy's unwillingness to participate in the common wedding tradition of smashing cake in Jinger's face -- because it didn't seem right after he thought about it -- is indication that he can take a quick pause to think before simply doing something.

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  • Know How to NOT Take Life So Seriously


    Sometimes, you just have to let your hair down and enjoy the moment ... and Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo's honeymoon PDA during their cooking class proved just that. Granted, there is a time and a place to get frisky, but at least Duggar fans got to see these two have a little fun -- and not take life so seriously.

    You're definitely going to need a sense of humor and the ability to chillax when you have kids!

  • Are Patient!


    Most people would head for the hills at the thought of a dating contract or questionnaire ... and clearly, Jeremy Vuolo is not one of those people. Not only did Vuolo fill out Jim Bob Duggar's reported 50-plus page questionnaire to court Jinger, but he actually didn't mind it. If he's got that much patience to jump through hurdles for the sake of love, we know he'll have some patience left in his tank for his little ones down the road.

  • Invest in the People They Love


    With so many siblings and family members in the mix, it's easy to understand why some people might want to distance themselves from their relatives. And yet, it seems like Jinger is always finding ways to keep her relationships with her siblings strong.

    It's important to invest in your family, as it's the cornerstone of love and often the very thing you need to help you in life.

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  • Work to Figure Out What's Best for Them


    It's certainly no secret that Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo broke courtship rules. And though some people could look at that as a negative, we think Jeremy and Jinger's decision to figure out what works best for them -- without compromising their religious convictions -- shows these two can work together to figure out the best move for themselves. This will truly come in handy once they have kids. Because, as great as it is to receive advice (no one knows everything), as a parent, you need to discern what works best for your family.

  • Know How to Feed a Small Army


    See -- there's something great that comes out of being a part of a gigantic family, ha! If we had to bet, we'd say Jinger has a few tips and tricks up her sleeve about how to feed a large group without spending a fortune. After all, her parents had to do it -- and with 19 children! While we aren't certain whether or not Jinger is a pro in the kitchen, we think she'll be just fine with last-minute friends who want to come over and play with her child, impromptu mommy meetings at her house, and feeding the small army known as her future kid's baseball or soccer team.

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  • Aren't Afraid to Get Their Hands Dirty ... or Wet


    If you think back to your childhood, there's probably a fun memory (or two) you have of an unforgettable moment you spent with your mom or dad. Judging by this photo of Jinger and Jeremy spending time with her family, we think these two will be hands-on parents who won't be afraid to have fun with their children.

  • Have a Willingness to Try New Experiences


    Though we don't know them personally, it feels like Jinger and Jeremy don't want to live inside of a bubble, as they're constantly exposing themselves to new things and different experiences. Whether traveling across the globe to enjoy a honeymoon in Australia, or moving to Texas to head a church, these two seem to have a willingness to expand their worldview -- which is a wonderful trait to bestow in a child.

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  • Have an Established Blueprint to Create Memories With Future Generations


    It was so touching to see Jinger Duggar receive a piece of her mother and grandmother's wedding dress (they wore the same one) in a Counting On exclusive clip. This makes us so excited for Jinger's children -- especially if she decides to continue this tradition with her own daughters, or start a new one to pass down through the generations.


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