Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald reveal the name of their son

Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald reveal the name of their son

Jill Dillard is working on her new Christian ministry with husband Derick in Central America, but that does not mean she is not with her sister Jessa Seewald in heart and spirit when the latter gave birth to the latest addition to the Duggar family last November 5, a boy the Seewald couple named Spurgeon Elliot Seewald.

"I thought I'd sleep at night, but I hear [him] breathe or something, and I take out a flashlight and shine it on his face to make sure he's okay", she gushed.

It is worth pointing out that Charles Spurgeon (1834 - 1892) was often referred to as "the Prince of Preachers" - so it's a pretty big deal for the devout Jessa and Ben to share his name with their little boy.

She was rushed to the hospital and needed a blood transfusion after ten hours of labor at home.

"I said, 'That's it! "Yikes! Cute baby, though".

According to an interview with People, the former star hasn't changed a single diaper, Jessa happily revealed, "Ben is changing all the diapers". "I'm done! I am going to the hospital and I'm going to get an epidural",  she says. Jessa said that everybody calls the baby Quincy - "his nickname since we first found out we were pregnant", she explained in the video. At least Jessa Duggar and her baby are both safe!

"Derick, Israel and I are so excited for you and Benji! I felt those contractions with you. I can't believe you have a little one now! It was such a joy to get to be a part of the birth from Central America, thank you".

Meanwhile, Jessa is thrilled her childbirth will be featured on her upcoming three-part TLC TV show, "Jill & Jessa: Counting On", after "19 Kids and Counting" was canceled several months ago. The Duggar family earned $25,000 to $45,000 per episode of "19 Kids and Counting". He subsequently also confessed to a porn addiction, and the scandals put an end to the religious family's hit TLC show.

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