As their family grew, Jim Bob and Michelle continued the tradition so that none of their children would feel left out.

They also enjoy doing puzzles, holding spontaneous coloring contests, and playing four square, foosball, and ping pong.

Q: What outdoor sports do the Duggars play together? They enjoy playing a variety of sports, including basketball, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, football, and kickball. A: The Duggars primarily use the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible.

When a little one spills milk on the floor while fixing breakfast, praise them for their initiative. Q: Are the Duggars part of the Quiver Full movement?

A: The Duggars write in their second book, A Love That Multiplies: "Even though Wikipedia and some Internet blogs report that we are part of a Quiver Full movement, we are not.

Before they drift off, Michelle prays with her children and asks God to give them beloved sleep. Q: How many hours each week do the Duggars spend filming their show?

A: The TLC film crew is with the Duggars for three days a week, a few hours at a time.

They began following the motto "Buy Used and Save the Difference" and have been debt-free for years.

Q: What web filter do the Duggars use to keep their kids safe on the internet?

According to Jim Bob, when parents give up their right to a spotless home, then they are free to focus on the positive and praise their children for the things they have done right.

Instead of reprimanding a well-meaning child for splashing water all over the kitchen counter, praise them for washing the dishes.

She teaches them to obey joyfully, rather than grumbling or complaining.