Duggar family Instagram, Duggar kids

Were Duggar Kids ‘Hit’ Or ‘Lovingly Corrected’ Growing Up?

Duggar, News, Reality TV, TLC Shows

What kind of upbringing did the Duggar kids have? After Josh Duggar’s recent guilty verdict, lots of new details about his family have surfaced.

People are digging up more information about the family’s past. Sources close to the family are speaking out about what they saw. As we previously reported, Josh’s former bodyguard came forward with some interesting information. A friend of the family shared about the inappropriate content he found on a computer that was gifted to him by Josh.

Fans and critics can expect more information to come to the surface soon. Duggar cousin Amy King has said that she’s in the process of breaking her NDA. Derick Dillard promised a tell-all book. So, what are the latest details about the Duggar family?

Duggar family Instagram (Derick Dillard, Jim Bob Duggar)
Duggar family Instagram

Duggar kids speak on being ‘lovingly corrected.’

As reported recently, the details of Michelle Duggar blanket training her children surfaced, too. Blanket training involves training an infant or toddler to sit on a blanket. If the child moves, they are “corrected.” A switch, rod, or flexible ruler may be used to “correct” a child. A source previously spoke with Without a Crystal Ball and revealed that they were “traumatized” after seeing Michelle do this with her kids.

Now, a video of Michelle and her daughters, Jessa and Joy-Anna further discusses how the kids were “lovingly corrected.” The video is from 2017 and talks about discipline at home. In the video, the family avoids saying that the kids were “hit” by their parents. However, they use the term “correction.”

Joy-Anna explains that the “correction” part of getting in trouble was not bad. But the conversation her parents would have with her afterward was the worst part. She says that her parents tried very hard not to get angry and instead, they lowered their voices.

In the post, Katie explains that many people think that the “correction” part of discipline is verbal correction. However, her sources allegedly say a rod was used.

Katie shares some additional information from her sources, explaining, “We’ve been told the Duggars used a wooden rod on their children. One source told us that the Duggars allegedly placed the rod on the dashboard in the car when they travelled.”

You can watch the video here.

So, what do you think of Joy-Anna’s words about being “lovingly corrected?” Do you believe this is what happened with the Duggar kids? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. For more Duggar news, come back to TV Shows Ace.

Aubrey Chorpenning

Articles You May Like

Janelle Brown’s Son Logan & Wife Michelle Adopt New Baby
Lindsie Chrisley Sings Into Wine Bottle After Father’s Sentencing?
Amy Halterman Says ‘There’s No More Slaton Sisters’?
Jenelle Evans & Hubby Turns Fans’ Stomachs With Holiday Prep
‘Today’: Unfolding Carson Daly’s Dating Drama & History

2 Comments

    1. But the Duggars are the paragons of truthfulness? The majority of fundies believe “to spare the rod is to spoil the child”. They honestly believe you have to “beat the hell out of them” to get them into heaven.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *