Those good Jonas Brothers pose on the cover of the new Good Housekeeping with their mom, Denise Jonas, who says that while, yes, her boys are pure, that won't last forever.
"They are men. They have desires. They have testosterone," she says. "If they make a mistake, I'm not going to hate them."
Let me tell you, this lady has her eyes wide open.
"I don't think they are above or below being seduced," she adds. "I would be foolish if I thought that. They are tested and tested, like every one of us. I pray for them."
Denise also reveals that Nick, Joe, and Kevin made the choice to wear purity rings on their own -- and she's not sure why they are scrutinized for that.
"They've been criticized for proclaiming things they never proclaimed," she says. "And what's the criticism? They don't want to go out there giving everyone an STD? What's so terrible about that?"
The Jonas mama says she's just doing her best to be there for her boys.
"I try to guide them with their choice. They have been hurt in relationships by girls. But it's just about growing up and learning what it means to be in a relationship."
And it doesn't seem to go unnoticed or unappreciated by her sons.
"People always ask, 'What's a girl have to do to get your attention?'" Joe, 19, said. "She has to be good to Mom."
Awwww. Makes me just want to pinch their pure little cheeks.