Jinger Duggar Returns To Instagram With Pic Of Daughter Felicity After Mom Shaming Grief

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Oct. 9 2018, Updated 3:02 p.m. ET

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Jinger Duggar is ignoring the haters! After followers mommy shamed the Counting On star for everything from her daughter Felicity’s bows to her baby mittens, Jinger finally returned to Instagram on Monday, Oct. 8, with a pic of her baby girl!

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Jinger posted this adorable photo of little Felicity sporting a yellow and white polka dot headband with a giant bow. “Ah!! So smiley,” the proud mom captioned the pic.

Some fans were full of praise for Jinger and her daughter, and encouraged her to ignore negative comments. “What an adorable baby!! Stay strong and ignore the ignorant comments. They just want to bring happy people down! Xoxo,” one fan wrote.

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But, of course, the mommy shamming was inevitable. “I'm worried she can pull off the ribbon and eat it. Please remove that ribbon,” one fan wrote. “She is going to ask you one day, ‘Mom did you not like my ears?’” warned another.

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After nearly three months of motherhood, Jinger is growing used to the mommy shaming, but a pal recently told that the “constant” mom shaming “is very hurtful.” Jinger even started disabling some of her Instagram photos' comments sections to avoid having to see fans’ negative remarks.

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Luckily, Jinger’s husband Jeremy Vuolo has been a source of strength for her during this difficult time. “It’s making her think twice about sharing pictures of Felicity but Jeremy 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 mommy shaming? Should fans stop giving Jinger unsolicited advice? Sound off in the comments below.


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