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Jill Duggar Shares Photo Of Her Sons & Fans Instantly Notice Something Very Strange

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Oct. 18 2018, Updated 5:01 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar loves sharing updates from her every day life with fans, but the mom of two’s latest post had fans scratching their heads!

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Jill recently shared this photo of her sons Israel and Samuel playing in the bath. It was a typical snapshot for the former Counting On star, who also showed off her reading material, “Ten Laws of Boundaries,” in the pic.

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While the reading material about "boundaries" was a little…odd, fans were more taken aback by the color of the water, which was…orange. “Why is the water in the tub orange?” a fan inquired.

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“Because I put food coloring in it!” Jill replied. “Got the idea from someone in the comments on our blog: www.dillardfamily.com.”

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Followers weren’t sure if they liked the tip. “That bath water looks absolutely disgusting,” one person observed.

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Other fans didn’t appreciate that Jill posted a photo of her boys in the tub. “I would NEVER post anything like this with my children bathing, especially if you have a public account!!!!” one fan slammed. “Ever wonder if they'll feel offended by this when they're older?” asked another fan.

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Some loved the idea and praised Jill for multitasking by reading while her kids bathed. Jill often gets mixed reactions from fans — whether it’s about her controversial husband Derick Dillard (whose comments got the family kicked off Counting On) or her canned soup-filled recipes.

What do you think of Jill’s water-dying trick? Sound off in the comments below.

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