Jessa Duggar is no neat freak.
Fans are loving the messy photos of her home that the reality star recently shared on Instagram.
Check out the gallery below for some true Duggar realness:
Jessa Is One Busy Mom
Like the rest of the Duggars, Jessa puts a lot of work into conveying a wholseome public image. But as her recent photos prove--the mothrer two is far from perfect.
Jessa's Messy Bed
Jessa captioned this photo: "6+ loads of laundry piled on the guest bed... can we just take a moment to celebrate the fact that it's CLEAN laundry. " She was equally self-deprecating in all the pics to follow.
Jessa's Messy Side Table
"Side table that probably hasn't been dusted in at least 6 months," the mother of two wrote.
Jessa's Messy Air Duct
"Dust collection on the front of the HVAC intake...ha! But hey, at least we're replacing the filter every month!"
Jessa's Messy Refrigerator
"Toddler handprint on the fridge door." Toddlers don't understand the words "don't touch that."
Jessa's Messy Stove
Oil splatters and food particles on the stovetop. Probably has been a few months since it's been wiped down.
Jessa's Messy Sink
"Sink full of dishes." This one is kind of self-explanatory.
Jessa's Messy Floor
"Blocks scattered again, not bc Spurgeon was building with them... just bc it's like his favorite thing to dump them out and hear them clang on the hardwood floors. Haha!"
Jessa's Messy Dresser
"Pile of diapers on the top of my dresser... pretty sure these all collected in the past 12 hours."
Jessa's Messy Mirror
"Handprints on the mirror, and Spurgeon's beautiful artwork that happened when he found a pen that was left out."
So why did Jessa choose to share all this? "Some of y'all may be thinking, 'C'mon now, it only takes a few min to dust or wipe down a mirror...' I know, it is so," she wrote.
"My reminder today has been that the same is true of the needs of the little people in our lives. I might think "I don't have time right now." But it only takes a few min... here and there," she continued.
"A few mins here, spent cuddling a fussy baby. A few mins there, singing lullabies as a toddler drifts off to sleep. 5 mins here, to read a book. 10 min there, engaging in imaginative play. Not trying to pit a clean house against interaction with kids-- sometimes both are possible, tho often they do seem in opposition to one another," she went on.
"Just remember, whatever projects are pulling at your time and attention today, don't forget to make time for the people around you. These are the memories that will last forever."