Jill Duggar takes fans inside all-white open kitchen of $187K Arkansas home as she celebrates son Israel's 7th birthday

JILL Duggar has taken fans inside the all-white open kitchen of her $187K Arkansas home as she celebrated her son Israel's seventh birthday.

The Counting On alum and her husband are expecting their third baby boy amid Covid complications after her devastating miscarriage.

Jill, 30, took to Instagram to share belated snaps of her son Israel's seventh birthday celebrations.

The Counting On alum showed off her white and minimal kitchen inside the $187,000 Arkansas home she shares with her husband Derick, 33.

Her kitchen included a tile floor, a white island, and tiny green plants for a pop of color indoors.

In the snap, Jill included her husband, her two sons, and even her dog as she captured the chaos of the celebration.

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Other snaps included Israel opening gifts, throwback pictures from over the years, and Israel's basketball birthday cake.

Jill captioned her post: "I’m a little late in posting this, but didn’t want to miss the opportunity to wish our basketball-loving firstborn a very happy 7th birthday!

"Happy birthday Israel!!"

The star continued to gush: "How is he already SEVEN?!!! Swipe for baby pics and a few other pics from b-day celebrations!"

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Jill ranted about Israel's big day: "He’s been spoiled with presents from family and was so excited to get his very own basketball and some favorite snacks and more!"

"We got to have a taco bell lunch together at school on his birthday, then we went to ride go-karts (for the first time ever!) with Uncle James."

It appeared Israel was also spoiled with lots of sweet treats as Jill shared: "He couldn’t miss out on the free birthday chocolate mess either from Market Place Grill but still had to have his birthday brownie cake too."

The soon-to-be mom-of-three concluded: "As the celebrating continues, so does the sugar high over here the next few days."


Back in March, Jill and Derick announced the gender of their expected third child.

In the blog, titled "We're having a…," they revealed: "We had originally planned on finding out our baby's gender earlier, a couple weeks ago, but Covid hit our family and we had to delay the exciting revelation.

"However, this turned out to be a blessing in disguise because by the time we were able to reschedule, Israel was on spring break."

The Duggar daughter continued: "This meant our whole family could be together for the appointment, as we all found out together that another little boy would be joining the Dillard tribe!"

As for how they celebrated the news, Jill and Derick made sure to make it special for both themselves and their kids.

She wrote: "We decided to make a special day of it by starting off by eating breakfast together at a local restaurant called the Buttered Biscuit.

"Then we did a little shopping before heading to our appointment to learn the exciting news."

The mom-of-two went on: "We are thankful to have a healthy baby boy due in July! Your continued prayers are much appreciated."


Jill and Derick shared they were "concerned and have anxiety" about her pregnancy after both testing positive for Covid.

The couple stated to TMZ, who broke the news, that they were: "concerned about Jill battling the virus while she's expecting."

The couple was "unsure" about the long-term effects for pregnant women, and Jill's heartbreaking 2021 miscarriage "only heightens their anxiety."

The outlet added they are both "fully vaccinated" and taking baby Aspirin while monitoring their baby's heart rate.

Jill also noted she's "thankful" she didn't catch the virus in her first trimester and that her other two boys are currently "healthy."

Jill confirmed the sad news on her Instagram page, sharing three photos.


Most recently, Jill shocked fans by defying her father's modesty rules by showing off her baby belly with her pants unzipped in a racy selfie.

Jill shared how she fit into her "maternity jeans" in an Instagram photo.

The Counting On alum had gotten "out in the rain" because she jokingly mentioned she was "just a little too late in the pregnancy."

The reality star could not pull off "the buttonhole/rubber-band and belly-band trick," which was not "cutting it anymore."

In the mirror selfie, Jill pointed her finger at her unzipped jeans, which were being held up by a thin blue string. 

The pregnant TV star also shared her scary experience of a "tornado that came through our area." 

She wrote: "It did hit the next town over from ours, but we are all safe, thankfully. 

"Our sirens were going off early this morning and we did have to hunker down for a bit though."

In another snapshot, Derick held his boy's hand while they were running across the parking lot in the rain. 


The TV personality has deviated from her parents Jim Bob, 55, and  Michelle, 54. and their strict conservative rules.

The show's patriarch and matriarch have mostly stuck to these strict rules for their Christian lifestyle.

The Duggar family has observed a strict dress code that usually only permits women to dress modestly and wear skirts or dresses.

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One of these inflexible rules included not allowing women to show their legs or dress in a revealing manner.

The Duggar children have also been homeschooled and grew up with strict access to entertainment and television.

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