Josh Duggar and Anna Duggar are expecting their fourth child in early June, Josh revealed in a new interview.
The couple revealed the pregnancy just last week.
The oldest son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar already have two boys and a girl, all about two years apart.
Josh told the Washington Post that they’re mulling whether to have a home birth like they did for their first three children, or go to the hospital.
He also, as usual, declined to specify whether he and Anna have plans to have anywhere close to the 19 that he parents had.
Josh also said that life in the capital, where he works for FRC Action, the political arm of the conservative-Christian Family Research Council, is going pretty good.
“There are perceptions that people have about Washington, and I’ll say there is some truth to it — but there are a lot of good people here,” Duggar said, noting that his family has made friends with other young families, including some from McLean Bible Church.
He also noted that his family name helps.
“People know who our family is, that it’s built on strong faith and caring for people,” he said. “It’s been a great fit, it’s an extension of who we are.”
Meanwhile, The News-Star reported that Josh and Duck Dynasty cousin Zach Dasher visited the Duck Commander warehouse in West Monroe, Louisiana recently on their bus tour to rally for U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-Baton Rouge).
“We are excited to be here and standing with Louisianians who understand the importance of values. When you look at this election coming up, you have a very clear choice between Bill Cassidy and Mary Landrieu,” Duggar said.
“She’s voted with (President Barack Obama) overwhelmingly. I think the fact is, people are tired of it.”
Duggar, on behalf of FRC Action, said that both Landrieu and Obama have radical agendas, while Cassidy doesn’t. Dasher noted Cassidy’s values.
“He’s a man that comes from a family that is very passionate about freedom and the origins of freedom and that it comes from God,” Dasher said. “That’s a very good thing that they’re standing on. Hopefully, if we can return to that as a country, then we can return to prosperity.”