If you're a fan of her family's, then you're no doubt aware that Jana Duggar is single.
Jana's apparent lack of interest in marrying and starting family is one of the most obsessed-over topics in all of Duggardom.
Rumors of Jana being courted by some chaste new beau seem to pop up at the rate of about one per month.
But for whatever reason, the fundie world's most eligible bachelorette remains unattached.
However, that doesn't mean she won't be celebrating February's lamest holiday!
(Yes, we're aware of Groundhog Day. It doesn't require you to spend any money, and it inspired a Bill Murray classic. Winner.)
Last year, a photo of Jana on Valentine's Day sparked rumors that she had finally found Mr. Right.
The pic showed Jana opening the card that came with a bouquet of roses.
To the chagrin of many, it turned out that the flowers were a gift from Jana's parents.
But as is so often the case, this was an instance in which Duggar fans were upset on Jana's behalf, but never stopped to wonder if she was upset herself.
As usual, it turned out she was not.
In fact, she appreciated the gesture so much, that she's decided to make Valentine's Day a family affair.
Jana is on Instagram now, and she revealed on Wednesday that her family decided to mark the occasion a few days early by gathering together and sharing their love for one another.
"Our family is trying to start a new tradition for Valentines Day (which we celebrated a few days early)," she captioned the pic above.
"This year we each drew a name and wrote a meaningful note to that person about their character, what they truly mean to us and tried to express from our heart how much we genuinely love and care about them.
"I think each of my family members would say, this by far was one of the most meaningful times we’ve had together as a family."
Jana even shared some short video clips of her siblings paying tribute to one another.
"I challenge you, go and write a meaningful note to someone you love, (or you need to love) and share positive, encouraging words and how that person has impacted your life in a positive way," Jana wrote.
"Trust me, everyone hears enough negative things in their life and how they need to do things better, but rarely do they hear the positive things that encourage them."
The Duggars may have some bonkers views -- but Jana is spot-on with this one!