You know what they say – you can’t please everybody.
A recent Instagram post by Jeremy Roloff, one of the sons from TLC's ‘Little People, Big World’ stirred concern from fans.
Inquisitr reports that some commenters again found fault in a seemingly harmless family photo.
The picture merely showed Jeremy, his wife, Audrey, and their 3-month-old daughter Ember Jean posing outdoors for their first fall together.
The young family actually looked radiant, especially in the autumn light. Wearing a long-sleeved plaid shirt and jeans, Jeremy, 27, happily carried a pumpkin on his left hand.
Audrey, 26 in jeans and a denim shirt, cradled baby Ember Jean, who looked so dainty in her white cardigan, tiny floral jeans, and matching headband.
But certain Instagram users have taken to criticizing Audrey’s maternal choices. These days, this prevalent social media behavior is called ‘parent-shaming.’
One commenter questioned Audrey’s clothing choices for Ember Jean, fearing that the baby might not be warm enough.
"Why doesn’t the baby have a hat on. Headband doesn’t keep head warm"
Sure, there might be some genuine concern in that question, but it was rather critical, for someone who doesn’t know the temperature at the time the photo was taken.
This is exactly what other kind commenters argued as they defended Audrey from the trolls. Fortunately, most fans are just happy to see Jeremy and co. and to virtually coo at baby Ember Rose.