Entertainment TV Jinger Duggar Celebrates 'Sweet' Daughter Felicity's 3rd Birthday with Unicorn-Themed Party The former Counting On star also shares 8-month-old daughter Evangeline Jo with husband Jeremy Vuolo By Ally Mauch Published on July 20, 2021 03:05 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Jinger (Duggar) Vuolo threw a magical party for daughter Felicity's 3rd birthday on Monday. The Counting On alum, 27, marked the toddler's birthday with an Instagram post documenting the unicorn-themed celebration, complete with a unicorn tablecloth, cake and blow-up sprinkler in the backyard. "Ahhh how is she already 3 years old?! Happy birthday, sweet Felicity!" Jinger, who also shares 8-month-old daughter Evangeline Jo with husband Jeremy Vuolo, captioned her post. "Happy birthday lissy!" Jinger's older sister Jill (Duggar) Dillard commented. In his own Instagram post, dad Jeremy, 33, shared a photo of his eldest daughter standing in front of a fountain. "Happy 3rd Birthday to our little princess, Felicity Nicole!" he wrote. "She's got her momma's beauty, love for life, and adventurous spirit, and my love for big meals and lots of sleep." Jinger Duggar Reveals Her Sisters Were Sent Love Letters from Men in Prison Felicity's birthday landed one day after her aunt, Jessa (Duggar) Seewald, welcomed her fourth child with husband Ben Seewald. "Baby Seewald #4 has arrived!" Jessa, 28, captioned a photo of herself holding her newborn in a hospital bed on Monday. She revealed on Tuesday that she had given birth to a baby girl named Fern Elliana. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. The Duggar family's show, Counting On, was canceled by TLC last month. The network's decision came amid a criminal case involving Jinger and Jessa's brother Josh Duggar, 33. Following an April arrest, Josh pleaded not guilty to charges relating to child pornography. His trial is set for November. In a statement after his arrest, Jinger and Jeremy said they were "disturbed to hear of the charges against Josh" and "absolutely condemn any form of child abuse."