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[09/12/13 - 10:43 AM]
"19 Kids and Counting" Returns to TLC on September 17
Jim Bob and Michelle are starting a new business and the whole family is getting involved to plan the first-ever Duggar Family Flea Market.

[via press release from TLC]

"19 Kids and Counting" Returns to TLC on September 17

The Duggars have dreams as big as their family and this season they are making them happen! Jim Bob and Michelle are starting a new business and the whole family is getting involved to plan the first-ever Duggar Family Flea Market. But when their best friends, the Bates, invite the Duggar girls for a mother/daughter camping trip, they can't resist mixing a little work and play! While roughing it in the wilds of Tennessee, the girl-talk turns to courtship. Will any of the girls have a big announcement to make? And Jim Bob and Michelle say an emotional goodbye to their oldest child as Josh and Anna chase their own dreams all the way to Washington DC. With a new baby, a new house, and a new city to explore, will this young and growing Duggar family be able to cope with the missing support of the main Duggar clan?

19 Kids and Counting: Big Changes

Premieres Tuesday, September 17 at 9/8c on TLC

It's a time of exciting and emotional changes for the Duggars as Josh & Anna move to Washington, DC. But before the goodbyes, the couple still has one important thing to do... find a place to live! And to make matters more difficult, they're house-hunting with 3 children under the age of 4! Then it's time to head back to Arkansas and pack up their old house with help from the rest of the Duggar family. The clock it ticking for the family to get everything packed and to DC in just a few days! After Josh & Anna say a teary goodbye to their first house, it's time to hit the road in true Duggar fashion with a six vehicle caravan bound for DC. A "quick" pit-stop at the Bates house turns into a super-sized family surprise...and delay. Will Josh, Anna, and their belongings make it to DC in time?





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