Jinger Duggar has been treating Counting On fans to photos of her adorable little family .
Now, she and husband Jeremy Vuolo are sharing a new photo.
In it, she’s twinning with her 3-month old baby, Felicity.
“Like mother, like daughter,” Jinger captioned the photo that you’re about to see.
In it, the 24-year-old Duggar daughter is wearing a floral headband.
Baby Felicity is wearing a matching headband — it’s just a smaller version for her tiny baby head.
While they’re not otherwise in matching outfits, we think that it still counts as twinning.
(Seriously, finding a baby outfit that matches adult clothing can be tricky)
Besides, the picture is just too cute.
This mother-daughter photo is so cute!
This is the time of year for dressing up in a lot more than headbands, but the Duggar family does not celebrate Halloween.
Michelle Duggar expressed her strong views in a blog post in 2011.
“While we do go to pumpkin patches and corn mazes,” Michelle wrote. “We don’t do the Halloween thing.”
You miss out on a lot of fun and a lot of culture when you grow up in the Duggar household.
“From the beginning of our marriage we just kind of felt like we didn’t want to celebrate that holiday,” she shared.
“But,” Michelle admitted. “We enjoy the harvest celebration.”
“Our church fellowship has had different celebrations through the years that we’ve been a part of,” Michelle continued.
Michelle wrote that these celebrations were “ones where the children can play games and receive candy and toys and do all kinds of fun things, like a cake walk.”
Really, of course, the family’s reluctance to participate in Halloween stems from a desire to isolate the children from any cultural experiences that they consider unbiblical.
In Growing Up Duggar by Jill, Jinger, Jessa, and Jana mention how seriously Jim Bob and Michelle take the supernatural.
“One specific thing that our parents have always been careful about is magic,” the book says. “Which often shows up in children’s movies.”
“As harmless as it may seem, it’s not a joke in God’s eyes,” the girls say.
“Magic, sorcery, witches, spell-casting and the like are all part of the demonic realm that God wants us to stay away from,” the book continues.
“No matter how ‘good’ a film containing magic may seem,” the girls warn. “God speaks seriously throughout the Bible.”
The girls write that “it is not something to be glorified or portrayed by any means as something fun or attractive.”
So we don’t think that Felicity will be going trick-or-treating when she gets older.
Halloween, first of all, tends to glorify a lot of those things — you know, people dress as witches and ghosts.
Also, the holiday itself is based upon an ancient religious festival of the Celtics, that involved honoring the dead while celebrating the year’s final harvest.
While most see Halloween as fairly distinct from Samhain, which some still practice today, to the Duggars, it’s a spiritual threat.
That said, Jeremy Vuolo has shown that he’s less strict than Jim Bob and Michelle.
Just as Austin Forsyth viewed and reviewed the Marvel film, Thor, Jeremy has demonstrated that he doesn’t share their views.
He believes that women can wear pants.
Might he one day allow his daughter to dress up as Batgirl or as a princess?
Maybe we’ll find out.
For now, she’s a literal baby and is perfectly happy wearing a headband that matches her mother’s.