Jinger Duggar 'Hurt' By Fans’ ‘Constant’ Mom Shaming Over Daughter Felicity

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Source: TLC

Oct. 3 2018, Updated 1:04 p.m. ET

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Poor Jinger Duggar! As if being a mom isn’t hard enough, the Counting On star is now dealing with a constant onslaught of commentary from followers on Instagram. From shaming the baby mittens she puts on her daughter Felicity to being slammed for the nickname she gave her, Lissy, Jinger can’t escape the constant mom shaming. And according to an insider, it’s starting to get to the new mom!

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Jinger’s most recent mom-shaming scandal occurred when she posted a photo of her daughter wearing a head wrap by Posh Knots. Fans slammed the accessory, calling it cultural appropriation, racist, and a microaggression.

“Jinger has busybodies commenting on everything she does so it’s not a huge shock that she’s getting grief over Felicity’s head wrap but it still upsets her,” a source close to the Duggars told exclusively.

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“She feels like she’s constantly getting mom shamed since she had Felicity. She had no idea it was going to be this bad,” the insider explained. “Jinger is doing her best to ignore the negativity and focus on the positive, but it’s hard.”

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In addition to accusations of cultural appropriation and fans slamming Felicity’s baby mittens and nickname, followers have told Jinger to get her daughter’s skin color checked out and claimed the way her neck lay in her car seat was a breathing hazard. As a result, Jinger has turned off comments on several photos of her daughter.

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“The mom shaming is very hurtful. It’s making her think twice about sharing pictures of Felicity but her husband Jeremy Vuolo is urging her not to let the haters win,” the pal shared. “There are so many wonderful fans that love seeing their beautiful daughter, and it would be a shame to deprive them of that joy.”

What do you think of social media’s mom-shaming culture? Sound off in the comments below.


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