Jill Dillard Is Pregnant, So I Guess She And Derick Figured Out That Sex Thing Alright

People magazine Jill and Derick Dillard Duggar pregnancy news September 2014 issueI don’t know what the eff is in the water over in the Duggar Family compound, but Jill Duggar Dillard is already pregnant.

In case you’re doing some fast math in your head right now, let me help you out — she and Derick Dillard got married one day shy of eight weeks ago, so they didn’t waste any time. Literally. Considering their interactions pre-marriage were limited to side-hugs, meaningful eye contact, and post-engagement hand-holding, it looks like these two had their first kiss at the wedding, and then rounded the bases at surprising speed. Went from their first at-bat to a home run in less than twenty-four hours. HEALTHY.

Just think about it — for Jill to be far enough along to be announcing now, she would had to have gotten pregnant pretty much on her wedding night. Like, the first time she ever had sex ever in her whole life. (She’s due in March 2015, so the math checks out.) Just to lay this out even more clearly for you, Jill announced her pregnancy before her wedding special even aired on 19 Kids And Countingwhich is insane. Those are some fertile-ass Duggars. (God/Jim Bob is okay with me saying that, right?)

But you know one thing Dugggars don’t do? They don’t mess around with waiting to be out of the first trimester to announce their pregnancies, as Jill told People today:

“We’re having a baby! We are so excited.”

Jill had taken a few tests that came back negative, but took one of her mom’s when visiting home one night (you know Michelle has stacks on stacks of those lying around) and it came back positive. According to Derick:

“It was surreal. We were shocked. Both of us are so excited.”

Shocked, you were shocked? Is that why you kept taking pregnancy tests even though the first came back negative? Because you totes weren’t expecting to get pregnant at all? Surely the rest of the family wasn’t though, right Jim Bob?

“About 30 days after Jill and Derick got married they gathered everyone in the living room and shared the news. Everyone was clapping and cheering, and we were in shock, too.”

A. No you weren’t. You were not in shock, that’s exactly what you’ve trained her for her whole life. B. Thirty days?? What is this, a race? You didn’t even miss a period yet hardly! Jesus Christ.

But while this is exciting for the Dillards, I just need to remind them to lock all their doors and windows, because Michelle has a nose for babies, and I wouldn’t put it past her to come to your house and pluck it out of its cradle to take home and raise as her own. Keep a weather eye open. Oh and tell your sister Jessa you’re starting the clock on her womb the moment her wedding is over. The time to beat is zero days.

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    • stephanie

      I think they should hold back a bit on having baby ‘s like you said they are going on a missionary trip enjoy doing that and concentrate on doing good work, and enjoy been together and get to know each other having kids is hard work no mater how old you are enjoy been married and enjoy each others company before bringing any more in to the family just because the big dad and mom say so. I hope everything goes smoothly for jill enjoy been pregnant like you say its gods creation helped by yourselves enjoy and god bless you both x.

    • independent

      The math is barely there. anyone know what day in march?

    • justmyopinion

      Unfortunately, these poor children are products of their environment. I used to follow the family with interest, until I started researching into their lifestyle. They claim their family as a church and avoid paying taxes. They shuffle all 19 kids into a “Kids Eat Free” buffet .. they dicker with store keepers because they aren’t willing to pay their prices. They shop at thrift stores. Take your pick. Either raise a healthy, frugal family you can afford to furnish, or don’t. But don’t claim to be role models for families who can’t hide their income, don’t have the luxury (or gall) to negotiate with shopowners for everyday items, and can’t afford to put new shoes on your kids’ feet. They even built a playground on their property so they wouldn’t have to mingle with other kids. Please, this is a cult. It’s a waste of human resources. It’s degrading to societal norms. I’m tempted to consider this family bordering on abusive — it gets worse every time I turn it on. I’m putting it in the category of Duck Dynasty and Honey Boo Boo .. which, in all honestly, is simply PWT (Poor White Trash).

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    • Jenny Christine

      I’m not buying that she was not pregnant at the wedding….I’ve bene PG twice and couldn’t find out the gender until 22 weeks!

    • Jenny Christine

      to follow-up my earlier comment about the timing of finding out the gender….I had to wait until at least 20 weeks. My last baby was due Feb 20 and we found out gender in late October. But given She is a doula and baby making is their thing…I imagine she has an ultrasound tech in her speed dial who was willing to give them an early peak. With that said….she would have had to conceive on her wedding night still and I also thought they just as likely could have planned their wedding around her ovulation date.
      Still sad….no time for them as a couple!’

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