I don't completely understand your question. Have you imported the exported jpegs back into your LR catalog? They will not import automatically. Honestly, I have no idea why you would want to do that, but it's the only way you can see the raw and the jpeg side by side inside of LR.
If you exported the jpegs to a different folder than the original raw, you will have to put the raw and the jpeg in a collection in order to see them together.
Personally I think this would really mess up my catalog. If I want to see the jpeg next to the raw, I would put them in the same folder on my hard drive and view them with Bridge. If you want to view the jpeg with the raw + any edits you did in LR, you need to save the raw image metadata or do a CNTRL or CMD S.
I hope that helps.
I "Export" the raw photo to make a jpg into the same folder that the raw photo resides. I also do 99% of my edits in LR. I hope this makes my question more clear.
I don't know exactly what happened, but I was viewing the parent folder rather than the specific subfolder in question. When I selected the correct subfolder the jpgs became viewable along the side of the raw photo. So I'm okay now. Thanks for trying to help me out Theresa.