Jill Duggar’s ‘Dangerous’ Car Seat Hack Has Fans Worried For Her Kids — Even Her Son Is Confused By The ‘Trick’

Jill Duggar’s fans are not happy with her latest blog post.

The mom-of-two recently shared what she’s calling a “car seat hack” to her family’s blog and it caused the Internet to light her up on social media.

“Stop being an idiot, and be more careful about your choices in what you share when you have a large impressionable audience,” one fan commented after watching the short video, which showed Jill attaching her son’s car seat to an umbrella stroller.

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“This is stupid, dangerous and potentially deadly,” another wrote, seemingly referencing the fact that the known-to-be flimsy stroller isn’t made to carry a car seat.

“Stupid is as stupid does,” a third Instagram user commented.

Despite telling fans in the video that she uses the “trick” when she needs to fit into small spaces and can’t use her full-size stroller, Jill’s fans were not accepting of her hack.

Jill Duggar

“This desperate need for relevance is now dangerous,” a fan commented. “Read all the comments, Jill. Take down this stupid "trick" before some child gets hurt. Even your 3 year old is smart enough to say car seats go in cars. Go back to stealing cheese dip recipes.”

Jill’s son, Israel, even got in on the car seat feedback as he can be heard telling his mom in the video, “car seats go in the car.”

“This isn’t mom shaming. This is dangerous,” another fan wrote. “Car seats and manuals come with manuals (that you read) that explain how to use properly and what not to do. This is one of those things. Spreading ill information that can harm a child is dangerous and people should know not to try stupidity at home.”

People had so much to say that the Jill disabled her comment section on YouTube, where the video is posted.

To see Jill’s so-called car seat hack, click the video above!

Do you think Jill’s car seat hack is dangerous? Sound off in the comments!


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