Really. When does getting pregnant time and time again become a novelty act? I'd say around the time you've gone past the age of 40, already have 19 kids to love, support and take care of, have your own reality-TV show which is garnering you huge notoriety and money, yet still decide to keep having kids regardless of your health or the fact that God has already blessed you 19 times. My guess is that somebody up above got tired of all the madness and said enough's enough:
The Duggars are taking it one day at a time.
In the wake of the sad news that she had suffered a miscarriage, 19 Kids and Counting star Michelle Duggar continues to rest comfortably at home, a TLC rep confirms to E! News.
It was during what Michelle thought would be a routine doctor's appointment on Thursday that she and husband Jim Bob learned that she had suffered a miscarriage in her second trimester. The couple had been looking forward to finding out the sex of what was going to be their 20th child together.
"Our doctor said it was wise to let this miscarriage happen naturally. And so that is what we are going to do," Michelle told People. "I am resting and I have felt good physically, which is strange."
Michelle also revealed that she suffered her first miscarriage after getting pregnant following the birth of her oldest son, Josh.
"We named that baby Caleb even though we didn't know if it was a boy or a girl because that miscarriage was early," Michelle said, adding: "We will name this child and will know that we will see those children again someday in heaven."
The family says they do plan on holding a funeral service.