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Fans Call Out Jinger Duggar’s Husband Jeremy For Making This Baby 101 Mistake

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Aug. 10 2018, Published 12:58 p.m. ET

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Jeremy Vuolo is a first-time dad to his and wife Jinger Duggar’s newborn daughter Felicity, so he might not know everything about parenting just yet. When Jeremy posted a photo of him and Felicity, fans were quick to call out the new dad for making this baby 101 mistake!

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Jeremy shared a photo of himself holding Felicity in his arms while watching a lecture on his laptop for his online classes with The Master’s Seminary. Fans noticed Felicity was staring intently at the screen as well.

“Oh, I've taken online classes, good luck Jeremy!” one fan commented, but they couldn’t stop there. “Also, I hate to be that person, but it is really not good for an infant to be so close to a screen, it is not good for her eyes.”

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Another fan echoed the same concern. “Yeah, mi sic brother and his wife didn’t let my nephew watch screens for the first year of his life. The doctor recommended it.”

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Still, some fans rolled their eyes at the concern. “It was a photo op. I doubt Felicity will be spending much time in front of a computer,” one fan wrote.

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Another fan passionately stuck up for the new dad, writing, “There always has to be someone like you in the comment section that makes me roll my eyes. Is there some sort of mother’s club that holds meetings about how to effectively troll other people about their parenting skills?! Sheesh!”

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Jeremy and Jinger welcomed Felicity on July 19. It’s the first child for the proud parents, who wed in November 2016.

Do you think fans were too hard on Jeremy? Sound off in the comments below!

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