And yes, the kids seem so polite and well-mannered (or so it seems) but I can't wait until they all grow up and out of the house and then can tell us what it was really like to grow up as one out of a few dozen.
But hey, to each their own.
Although I do take issue with one thing in particular - that being, besides their obvious over-consumption of tater tots - how in the world to they manage the family portrait session?
I mean, I have 3 kids, and taking the yearly Christmas card photograph is challenging for me. Thank goodness for digital photography and the luxury of snapping hundreds of photos to get just one, ONE, where all 3 are facing the same direction and do not have their tongues sticking out. Imagine the amount of shots The Duggars have to take?
Or maybe my children are just really misbehaved.
I don't know...you tell me.
Until I mention that the sooner we get this here "cousin photo shoot" over with, the sooner I stop embarrassing them. That seems to have gotten the attention of at least one of them.
(Notice the sticking out tongue of my youngest child)
(Notice Wyatt, though, in the middle, his face hasn't changed the entire time - typical middle kid for ya right there.)
And finally, there was this one. I don't think I'll press my luck by making them stand there any longer.
Duggars, eat your heart out.