Recently, Amy opened up about being a working mother and admits that she’s “not a superwoman.” It’s a good time to remind people that it takes a village to raise a child, and the Duggar clan along with their loved ones all look out for one another. Here’s a look at the Duggar women that prove they are actually superwomen, because, in the end, aren’t all moms?
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Amy Duggar posted a photo of her mother, Deanna, on Instagram and explained how much she helps. She says in the caption, “I’m not a superwowan, and I definitely have help! My mom comes and takes care of Daxton for 3 hours in the mornin!”
Amy gave birth to her son in early October, but that hasn’t stopped her from running her clothing business.
Amy compared her mother to her late grandmother saying, “It’s so sweet to see a special bond you 2 already share! You remind me of someone… someone that we both lost. it’s something that’s very hard for me to talk about but there is a resemblance there and I love seeing it.”
“Grandma Duggar” was very special to Amy and the entire Duggar family. She was a superwoman.
In fact, many of the young Duggar mothers lean on each other to make it work.
No matter where they land, they’re always there for each other.
It’s been that way for a while now.
The next generation of Duggar women is carrying on that tradition.
Like Amy said in her post, it takes a village.
And, with each new baby, no matter if you are born a Duggar or not, there’s a support group there.
All of the Duggar women pitch in to make things work.
These are superwomen!
With little ones still on the way, it’s important to have them on your team.
Luckily, there are plenty of helping hands with a family this size.
It’s all about having each other’s back.
It goes beyond just supporting each other in motherhood. They support each other in business too.
But honestly, being an aunt is the best part.
There’s really nothing better than having someone to share this special time with.
Without this sort of support, moments like this wouldn’t be possible.
As much as Amy loves holding her baby, it’s always nice to get a little break. Here’s Daxton with some cousins too!
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