It's been less than a week since Jessa Duggar welcomed her first child, but she's already making the media rounds in a big way.
Jessa and Ben Seewald cover the new issue of People along with their son (who still doesn't have a name!), and they got candid with the magazine.
Specifically, the 23-year-old Jessa speaks about her struggles as a new mom and the difficulties that her family has faced over the past year.
In addition to opening up about the "very intense" labor that landed her in the hospital, Jessa offers fans a glimpse into her often tumultuous life:
"Despite the difficult times my family faced over the last few months, I can't tell you how excited I am to be a first-time mom," Jessa tells the magazine.
"Ben and I can't stop smiling."
Of course, there's a downside to life in the public eye, and Jessa makes it clear that she takes great pains to avoid the haters on the Internet.
Says the new mom:
"Sometimes, it is uncomfortable, the things you see, the things you read, especially when things are reported in an inaccurate way - it's not always nice."
"I don't Google my name."
"There's no reason for that, or to look to other people for that validation. We know who we are and find joy and satisfaction in God."
Well, we'd congratulate Jessa on her new bundle of joy and her iron-clad tactic for steering clear of cyber-bullies, but the girl doesn't Google herself?
It may or may not be one of the things the Duggars do not allow, but she doesn't do it either way. So if you see her, pass the message along, K?