When it comes to the Duggar family, no one really knows what's going on behind closed doors. That's why fans can't help but wonder if Jessa Duggar and her husband Ben Seewald have thought things through as they've recently revealed that they are taking their 5-month-old son Spurgeon to Central America, despite the risks.
According to People Magazine, Jessa and Ben along with their son are planning to visit her sister Jill and her husband Derick, who are currently living in Guatemala as part of their missionary work. The couple have been living in Central America for the past year along with their 1-year-old son, Israel David.
Despite mentioning several times that the area they live in is quite dangerous (along with widespread Zika concerns in the region), Jessa and her family are "preparing" their young son for his first international trip. And that's where he'll meet his cousin Israel for the first time.
Yet it doesn't look like many fans think the trip is a good idea some critics have commented: "So now they are taking 5 month old Spurge to the undisclosed location the entire family has been emphasizing this past month that is so dangerous," along with, "These people are so unaware of themselves it's not even funny. First they go there to 'help' and then flaunt their privileged life styles by parading in and out of El Salvador when their hearts desire just because they can. Maybe the Central American work ethic will rub off of on this family and they'll actually earn a hard day's wage."
Another critic wrote, "I think they have enough problems in Central America already. They don't need a bunch of uneducated kids trying to convert them to their weird brand of Christianity."
So far neither Jessa nor Ben has made any comments about the criticism.
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