-- Jill and Jessa Duggar seem to be moving on with their lives after their family was constantly in the headlines due to their brother's scandal.
But in the first part of TLC's three-part special, "Jill & Jessa: Counting On," which aired Sunday, viewers saw what happened to the Duggar sisters four months after the scandal broke.
Since we last saw Jill, 24, and her husband, Derick Dillard, the married couple had welcomed their first child, a son named Israel. In the special, we see that the two decided to trek to Central America with their child to do missionary work.
Meanwhile, Jessa, 23, and her husband, Ben Seewald, discovered they're expecting their first child. And although the two know the gender of the baby, they hadn't told the rest of the family, who was busy trying to help them prepare for the birth.
Their son, Spurgeon, was eventually born in November. We'll have to wait to see if his birth is featured in the special.
"Counting On" also touched on how the sisters felt about their 27-year-old brother's past transgressions.
Jessa said to cameras, "It's shocking ... it's your older brother, somebody who you love, who you trust. Definitely, there was a period of time in our family where Josh was not to be trusted. He spent time away from home getting help."
"Years ago, when the situation took place ... we had to go through lots of different steps, including counseling," Jill added.
The two also revealed how they felt about now being defined as molestation victims.
"We really had to work through it because, as a victim, you've already worked through that and dealt with it. And you don't want it rubbed in your face all the time," Jill said, before adding, "Going forward, we will come out of this fire, so to speak, stronger as a family unit."