Some old blog posts from Michelle Duggar's archive have been popping up on the family's website as of late. Despite the blog dates being changed, many fans have pointed out the peculiar behavior, and now ET is asking why.
One post that gained traction on Monday featured Michelle's marriage advice for newlyweds. In the post, Michelle encourages wives to joyfully have sex with their husbands even if they are pregnant or otherwise not in the mood. While the date on the post reads Oct. 8, 2015, it was originally posted in June 2014.
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The website followed a similar pattern with two other posts -- one titled, "5 Reasons Why Jim Bob Duggar Is a Loving Dad" and the other called "Michelle Duggar on Courtship Chaperones."
Michelle's blog featuring sex advice to newlyweds has some fans wondering if the re-post is meant to grab the attention of daughter-in-law Anna Duggar, who was cheated on by the Duggar family's eldest son, Josh.
The Father's Day post praising Jim Bob certainly takes on new meaning given how the patriarch has come under fire in the wake of Josh's molestation scandal. Some have wondered if Jim Bob did all he could to protect his daughters after finding out about Josh's actions as a teen.
Michelle made a point to note that Jim Bob "loves his children by restraining their sinful behavior."
"He does not ignore offenses, nor does he eliminate the penalty or consequence for their offenses," she wrote.
Likewise, the blog about courtship chaperones seems relevant to the family amid rumors that Jinger Duggar may be pursuing a relationship with Lawson Bates.
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"[The chaperones] are the accountability," Michelle wrote. "What that means is they're allowed to say, 'Hey, are you supposed to be doing that?'"
Michelle revealed that sometimes when schedules don't line up, another family member or family friend might step in to keep an eye on an outing between a courting couple.
ET has reached out to Duggar family reps for comment.