Jinger Duggar & Jeremy Vuolo Called Out for Parenting Faux Pas

Jeremy Vuolo, Jinger Duggar, Felicity Vuolo
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In news that will probably surprise no one, another couple in the Duggar family has been called out on social media for a completely ridiculous reason. Jeremy Vuolo shared an adorable photo of his daughter with Jinger (Duggar) Vuolo recently on Instagram, but apparently he made a major parenting faux pas.

  • Jer added this sweet pic of him and his baby daughter, Felicity, to social media this week.

    He added the caption, "This little woman loves life," and we couldn't agree more. Shortly after Felicity was born, the Counting On couple explained that her name meant "intense happiness or supreme joy," and it looks like they named her well. 

    She is happiness personified from her head to her curled toes, but you know people people are going to find a way to judge Jinger and Jeremy.

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  • In fact, it was the toes that someone took issue with.

    We missed the memo that all babies must be wearing socks and shoes at all times -- even when they can't even walk yet. The Vuolos live in Laredo, Texas (at least until they move to Los Angeles shortly), so it's not like they're facing Arctic temps in mid-April.

    So what's the problem with her not wearing socks or shoes? Obviously, there isn't one. Thankfully, other fans chimed in on Jinge and Jer's behalf, replying with things like, "chill! She not walk yet geez!! Ur not her parent......." and eye-roll emojis. 

  • And here we thought Jinger's sister, Jessa, had the monopoly on people getting mad over Duggar babies not wearing shoes.

    Jessa (Duggar) Seewald and Ben Seewald have been called out so many times for letting Spurgeon, 3, and Henry, 2, go without shoes that we've lost track. Apparently, some people are worried they might catch infectious diseases through the soles of their feet from backyard dirt. It's gotten so ridiculous that Jessa has even started commenting on her photos, "P.S. Yes, we're barefoot...."

  • We think people have way too much time on their hands if they're going to criticize other people's babies for being barefoot.

    Maybe they could take up a hobby, like knitting, instead. That way, instead of just being judgmental on social media, they could spend their time on something more productive, like knitting booties for all these poor, barefoot children. 

    Just an idea.