Jessa Duggar's 4-Year-Old Gives Tour of Their "Real-Life Messy House"

Jessa Duggar’s 4-Year-Old Gives Tour of Their “Real-Life Messy House”

Jessa Duggar decided to reveal what it is really like to live in her home with three children, giving a raw and realistic perspective of what a busy mom’s horizons truly look like.

The star recently took to her YouTube vlog to announce how she will do “another house tour when it’s cleaned up,” but also wanted to reveal to her fans what her family’s “real-life messy house” looks like on a daily basis.

To start off the tour, Jessa’s oldest son, 4-year-old Spurgeon, confidently guided the viewer into a day in the life.

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While Jessa and her three kids take viewers on a tour through the kitchen, there are piles of cardboard to go out to recycling in a corner, laundry drying on the chairs from the night before and outdoor toys piled up in the backyard.

In addition, the Seewald’s’ Christmas tree is still standing in the parent’ bedroom and the kiddos continue to light it up as “it makes everyone feel cozy,” Jessa shares.

Then, Jessa focuses in on the toilet in the bathroom — which has been filled with toilet paper — Spurgeon’s doing, who quickly admits was “so bad.”

Jessa Duggar's 4-Year-Old Gives Tour of Their "Real-Life Messy House"
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And while the 4-year-old guides his viewers, he happily chats about each room, revealing that even his teddy bear wears a diaper so he “doesn’t pee in my bed.”

As you can imagine, the whirlwind that is the Seewald home has its highs and lows — so when it comes to parents getting out of the house for some alone time, Jessa and Ben Seewald have it covered.

Earlier this week, the two posted a photo of her and Ben at the grocery store on Instagram.

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“Let’s be real — I live off grocery pickup most of the time. But grocery shopping is never more enjoyable than when we do it together,” the caption read.

Ben added his own photo to his account, beaming about how much he loves to shop with his wife, sharing:

“Just grabbing some smoked paprika, combing the fresh produce for sales, and picking up a few bags of locally roasted coffee. I love shopping with you @jessaseewald! Now let’s get in the kitchen and make something together.”

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