People Are Slamming Audrey Roloff for Putting 'Too Much Pressure' on Baby Ember

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For the love of cutesy baby photos! People are chiding Little People, Big World star Audrey Roloff's two-month update of daughter Ember Jean for the craziest, most insane, and annoying reason ever.

  • The new mom took to social media to share a heartfelt post in honor of her baby daughter's second month of life.

    "The dictionary defines EMBER as 'a small live piece of coal wood etc in a dying fire. The remains of a fire. A glowing fragment from fire,'" Audrey writes on Facebook.

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    She continues:

    "Embers are GLOWING - they can light up an entire room, forest or field. Embers are ENDURING - they are the fiercest remains of a fire and radiate a substantial amount of heat long after the fire has been extinguished. Ember offer REVIVAL - when a fire is dying the embers can bring it back to life!

    ".... We want our little Ember to be a light in the darkness, glowing in all she does, enduring and lasting - hard to stop, ALWAYS believing in the MORE that is within her - and when stoked/kindled by her Creator - able to burn and glow even MORE than she could on her own. Our prayer is that she would be MORE on fire for God as He continues to fan her into flame. Always more."

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  • Audrey's passionate message about her baby girl was well received across the interwebs and gave many the feels.

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  • But not everyone gave this reality mom a handclap of praise, and some even went as far as accusing Audrey of "putting pressure on an infant."

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  • Others accused Audrey of being judgmental ...

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  • ... and dressing up little Ember in inappropriate clothes for the season.

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    This one is sooo reaching!

  • For the love of everything holy and in between, GET OVER IT.

    Lend your voice to something that really matters -- like world hunger and natural disasters.

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