Here’s how Greg looked in Story for Steven, a few months before We Need to Talk:
It’s unknown how old he is, but judging from the fact that he’s an aspiring musician and his manager calls him “Star Child,” I’d assume he’s probably in his early 20s.
And then here’s Greg during Rose’s pregnancy in Lion 3, after an undetermined period of time:
His hairline has receded considerably and he’s grown a beard. Most men experience significant hair loss by the time they’re 50, and Greg seems to be somewhere in the middle of the process, so I’d guess he’s somewhere in his 40s.
Then there’s the Greg we all know and love.
His male-pattern baldness has progressed to a fairly late stage. Again, we don’t know how old he is, and we don’t know what the stress of losing Rose and raising Steven has done to him, but assuming that Steven is somewhere in the window between 10 and 12 he’s probably in his early/mid 50s.
So yeah, I agree, I’d guess Greg and Rose were together for something on the order of 20ish years before they had Steven.
How old was Josh Dugger when all the assaults happened? My family is disgustingly agreeing with the Duggers saying "it's not a real problem" and "he was just a curious little boy" and "it was sexual assault, he touched them but he didn't assault them" and it's disgusting and making me uncomfortable. So again my question is, how old was he when he did it, cause I keep trying to find it and I can't
He’s 27 now and this Facebook post from the Duggar family places it at “12 years ago,” so he was 15 at the time.
For a while, Sam overheard
Quinn’s grandparents talking about how excited they were for Quinn would spend
the entire summer with them. Her grandmother tidied up the house every day as if
Quinn was going to bust through the front door at any give minute. Sometimes
she even talked to Sam about the fact that Quinn was returning and whether or
not he was excited about it since they were practically inseparable as kids. He
always humored her grandma and told her exactly what she wanted to hear (that he
was extremely ecstatic for Quinn’s arrival), but the truth was Sam didn’t know
how to feel. He was nervous to see his old friend again. It was even hard for
him to admit that he missed her because it was hard to miss someone you could
barely remember. He’d forgotten most of
the days he spent with Quinn. He only had a few distinct memories. He
remembered her grandfather teaching the both of them how to ride a horse. He
remembered picking strawberries with her and her grandmother off on a hot day,
and afterwards they were given homemade lemonade. Everything he remembered were
random snapshots of their friendship that he tried to hold onto throughout the
years. He didn’t even know what she looked like now.
Sam was in the backyard of
Quinn’s grandparents’ house, attempting to fix the motor in her grandfather’s
lawn mower so he wouldn’t have to buy a new one. He heard the screen door in
the back of the house creep open. He figured it was her grandfather coming to check up on him. But when he looked up, he saw a girl he’s never seen before standing on the patio. A beautiful girl with long blonde hair. Even if he didn’t really recognize her, he knew exactly who she was. “You look a lot different without your braids,” he said with a crooked smile once he stood straight up and stood a few steps towards her direction.