Joy-Anna Duggar Gives Baby Gideon a Cup of Coffee & Fans Are Not Happy
Sept. 17, 2019
Sometimes we wonder if the Duggar ladies post things on Instagram just to ruffle feathers. Jessa (Duggar) Seewald certainly seems to, and even jokes about it in her captions sometimes, and it looks like little sister Joy-Anna (Duggar) Forsyth may have taken her cue when it comes to sharing pictures of her 17-month-old son Gideon.
Joy shared some adorable pics this week of her toddler son with her cup of iced coffee.
She captioned the photos, "A little coffee to get him through the day ... Or maybe not ... he already has more energy than I can keep up with." She added the hash tags #nocoffeeforhim and #somuchenergy.
It's obvious from her hash tag use that she didn't actually let him drink the coffee, outside of maybe one tiny sip, but it wasn't surprising at all that people started jumping all over her.
People immediately started criticizing her for giving her baby coffee.
Seriously, people were acting like Joy put the coffee straight into a bottle and offered it to her toddler. Of course if she did that, people would probably comment that he's too old for bottles.
Thankfully there were also tons of positive comments for Joy.
Because really, it's not like she's giving him sips of her margarita at ten am to get him to take a nap. Unless someone is actually putting their kid in harm's way (and no, we're not talking about letting them be barefoot outside in the summer), why can't people leave well enough alone?
Joy-Anna is a great mom, and obviously takes good care of Gideon. People need to remember that they have the ability to scroll past someone's picture on Instagram without leaving a negative comment.
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