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  • Jessa shared this video of Henry playing with his new stuffed sheep from Jim Bob and Michelle's recent trip Down Under, and asked the age-old question all parents do at some point.

    Why is the tag better than the toy? 😂💙👶🏼

    A post shared by Jessa Seewald (@jessaseewald) on

    "Why is the tag better than the toy?" See all -- why is the wrapping paper better than the gift? There's just something about babies and toddlers that love to go for paper products. 

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  • It may have been a rhetorical question, but people jumped in to explain the safety hazards of leaving tags on toys for babies.

  • It's apparently a rule that "everyone" knows.

    Duggar fans seem very worried about the babies in the family choking this week. Just recently, Jill (Duggar) and Derick Dillard landed themselves in  hot water for posting a photo of their 6-month-old baby Sam chewing on a water bottle. Fans were concerned that he might get the cap off and choke on it. 

  • People were really confused as to why she even left the tag on the toy.

    Maybe so he could explore it? Feel it in his fingers? Taste it? It's obvious that he's heavily supervised -- we'd be willing to bet she cut the tag off before letting Henry play with the sheep by himself. 

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  • At the end of the day, we're sure Jessa rolls her eyes at all the people on the Internet who hate on her parenting.

    It's hard to take people seriously when they freak out about your toddler not wearing shoes on a warm spring day, or drinking milk out of a bottle well before their second birthday. Or you know, complaining about tags on toys, of all things. 

    Jessa's doing just fine. People just love to hate.