Jill (Duggar) Dillard Shows off Growing Baby Bump During Fourth of July Celebrations

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On Tuesday, reality star, Jill (Duggar) Dillard showed off her growing baby bump while at her family’s Fourth of July celebrations in Arkansas.

The 26-year-old Duggar daughter and her husband, Derick, 28, both dressed in bright colors to ring in the day, took to Instagram to share some images of their family’s celebrations.

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“Happy [Independence Day] America!” Jill captioned the carousel of images. “We love this great land! Praise the Lord for freedom!”

In the images, Jill and her husband, Derick can be seen spending time with their son, Israel David as he wears festive apparel to ring in the day.

In another image, the expectant couple is seen photographed with her family and his mother, Cathy Dillard as the Duggar patriarch holds his young grandson in his arms.

Their son, Israel David surely had a wonderful Independence Day. While in his grandmother, Cathy’s arms, an image shows the toddler is in awe of the fireworks, followed by a snap of the three under an umbrella, all smiles.

Derick also took to Instagram to share a snap of their son decked out most adorably and eating a chicken nugget.

“I’d say he’s enjoying his time back in America,” the doting dad captioned.

I'd say he's enjoying his time back in America! #independenceday #fireworks #chicken #redwhiteandblue #lawnchair

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Photo credit: Twitter / @babywiselife

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