This past weekend, some of the Duggar girls went shopping at Potter House Thrift, which raises funds for the Potter House Ministry, an organization that provides "a hope and a future to children and families in Fayetteville, Arkansas."
According to the Inquisitr, Jessa Duggar, Anna Duggar, Jana Duggar, and Joy-Anna Duggar were followed by a camera crew at the store, further proof that they are working on some sort of a reality show, whether it's with TLC or another network.
The girls posted a photo on the family's official Facebook page with the caption, "Fun girls shopping day! #sisters."
A few weeks ago, Radar Online reported that Jana and her brother, John David took some of their younger siblings to buy lumber for a tree house at local store Ridout.
"The production company from Nashville called me last week." manager Jim Logdson told the site at the time.
"It was the day before they wanted to come in and film. Then the normal camera guy for the family called me and then John David did."
This comes after the network's general manager and executive producer told the press that their future with the stars of 9 Kids and Counting remains up in the air.
"We are still considering doing more but haven't made a decision yet," Daniels said at the time.