Jenelle Evans's Latest Video of Kaiser Has Fans Completely Freaked Out

Jenelle Evans, David Eason

Leave it Jenelle Evans to have everyone worried about her children after posting something to Instagram. If it's not Ensley running around on a moving boat, it's apparently Kaiser diving headfirst into the shallow end of the pool. What the heck was she thinking?

  • Jenelle posted this video of her hubby David Eason in the pool, and Kaiser diving into the shallow end.

    They're obviously having fun with their new drone, and we're super glad to know that Kaiser has learned to swim, but why in the name of everything that is good an true is she teaching him to dive headfirst into the shallow end of the pool?

    David looks like he's standing here, not treading water, so it obviously not a depth that anyone should be jumping into -- especially not headfirst. 

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  • Fans immediately jumped on Jenelle and David for letting Kai jump into the pool like that.

    Considering that Jenelle recently lost temporary custody of Kaiser to Nathan Griffith's mom, Doris Davidson, one would think that she'd be doing everything in her power to show that she's concerned for his safety. 

  • Jenelle's video even gave people anxiety.

    It's hardly the first time her parenting practices have been called into question either. On a recent episode of Teen Mom 2, she even had a ton of prescription pill bottles lined up on the kitchen counter where any of her children could have reached them.

    He husband's violent temper has also been the focus of a lot of criticism towards Jenelle. David has been seen on camera losing it on multiple occasions, which has led fans to wonder how bad it gets when MTV isn't filming their home life. 

  • At the end of the day, we really just want to make sure Kaiser is safe.

    We're not sure if Jenelle is posting these snapshots into her life to get people riled up, or if she's really that unconcerned with her children's safety, but it's upsetting nonetheless. Sure, Kaiser may be small enough now that jumping into the shallow end won't necessarily break his neck, but all it takes is one dive at the right angle, and life as they know it would be over. 

    Here's to hoping that Jenelle and David start prioritizing their children's safety.