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So over on the JRod thread @Georgiana mentioned the bus mission the Lockwood's did down in Mexico. Well that meant I had to go and see if Jayne updated her blog. Her previous updated was in fall 2016. Well low and behold she updated 5 days ago! https://lockwoodfamily.blogspot.com/ Run down- they moved to Redding, 4 bedroom house. Daniel works for his brother in the office of the construction company. They joined Shasta Baptist Church and they have a school so Jayne homeschools the kids under the Shasta church. The kids are doing a lot of stuff with the kids at the church school. The older kids are going to college and working real jobs (not grifting). One kid married this past June, another has a serious girlfriend at Pensacola (where they both attend) and the girl that graduated is working full time at a preschool/day care and plans college next year (did you read that Rods, Duggars, Maxwell's, etc). One of the daughters at home volunteers on the bus ministry at the church. <sigh> Jayne has posted a few new pictures up on the blog too. Still no word on why they got kicked out of Mexico.
So the oldest Lockwood child, Timothy, is courting! If it's already been posted here, I missed it. He's got to be all of 19, right? Mighty time he gets hitched and starts his own huge family! There is a photo of him and the girl (no name) on Jaynee's public FB page. ETA: Upon further research, her name is Bethany Souza. She also has a public FB page. Carry on...
The desperately poor Lockwoods, that's who. lockwoodfamilytomexico.com/2013/10/1-minute-update.html Remember Jaynie Lockwood, who had to have an emergency hysterectomy in Mexico? The family never seems to have enough money, and the children are often ill or injured. They recently stopped at an ATM to take out the rest of their money for a Thanksgiving meal and bills (according to a more recent blog post), but somehow they paid for their teenaged son to take overpriced fake computer classes from the Maxwells. I feel bad for Jaynie. She seems nice, but completely overwhelmed by the results of her husband's life choices. I suspect those kids could have used something more along the lines of basic necessities rather than One Ton Ramp, though.