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Overall we think this adorable outfit suits him! New mama, Jessa (Duggar) Seewald shared an extremely sweet photo of her newborn, Spurgeon Seewald, in a hand-me-down outfit lent from cousin Israel! The adoring photo shows baby Spurgeon looking all grown-up!
It looks like cousin Isreal is already a major help in the style department when it comes to lending some adorable hand-me-down clothes to his newborn cousin. Baby Spurgeon, who caused quite the stir with his unique name, is already stealing the hearts of his doting parents, Jessa and Ben Seewald, with this adorable photo. A tweet sent from Spurgeon's mama, Jessa, shows her adorable baby boy decked out in striped overalls with the caption, "We're loving all of the cute-hand-me-down outfits from Israel," adding, "Little overalls are so adorable on baby boys!" The photo comes just days before the new moms, and Duggar sisters, make their way back to the small screen for the TLC special, Jill & Jessa: Counting On, premiering on Sunday, People reports.
We're loving all the cute hand-me-down outfits from Israel! ❿ￏ😘 Little overalls are so adorable on baby boys! 😍 pic.twitter.com/PmssfyypqO— Jessa Seewald (@JessaSeewald) December 9, 2015
The Seewalds, who first announced they were expecting back in April, celebrated the announcement only five months after new mom, Jessa, said her, "I do's," in a blush gown during the couple's televised nuptials. A recent Thanksgiving post on the couple's website documented just how happy they were with their little bundle of joy! A post titled, "Happy Thanksgiving" expanded on the new parents' feelings towards their "Blessing from the Lord" with the added caption, "This Thanksgiving, one of the things we are grateful for is our precious little son, Spurgeon Elliot."
We hope that baby Spurgeon, and his bestie/cousin, Israel, got to spend time together around the Thanksgiving table this year! Former 19 Kids and Counting star, Jill Dillard, delivered her bundle of joy with husband, Derrick Dillard, back in April, after surpassing her due date by two weeks. Jill commented on how her 70-hour birth brought her, and husband, Derrick, closer by telling People, "I love our birth story because it bonded us so well," adding how, "It brought us through something amazing together. It was a journey that we needed to go through."