COUNTING On star Jinger Duggar was targeted by mom-shamers once again on Tuesday.
The reality star shared an Instagram photo of her 20-month old daughter Felicity, which triggered the do-gooders to offer unsolicited parenting advice to the daughter of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.
“Cute! But cover the wall sockets, please!” one concerned follower commented, on the image of little Felicity pretending to talk on the phone.
“My baby is 6 months [old], and I just bought plug covers,” another added on the post.
A third mom-shamer told a story about a friend’s son getting injured after sticking house keys into a plug, and pleaded: “Cover those outlets!”
However, another noticed that the landline looked like an hotel phone and defended the mother-of-one.
“She’s not going to carry wall socket covers and baby proof everywhere she goes,” they commented. “Give this girl a damn break.”
Jinger had captioned the cute snap: “Our little social butterfly always loves a good chat with a friend. ? In these days of social distancing, let’s not forget to pick up the phone and call a loved one.”
Jinger, whose family lives in Arkansas, moved to Los Angeles with her husband Jeremy Vuolo, 32, after they spent two years living in Laredo, Texas.
The couple moved last year, so Jeremy could get an advanced master’s degree at a Seminary school in Panorama City, California.
Since living in California, she has broken away from her strict upbringing and debuted tan skin and short blonde hair.
The reality star has also broken from her family’s values by hiring a nanny for her daughter.
Jinger has always been the family rebel, as she revealed on 19 Kids and Counting when she was younger that she wants to live in a big city.
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