Jinger Duggar became a mother this summer when she gave birth to her first daughter, Felicity. The past few months have been a great joy for the Counting On star and her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, and she has steadily updated fans on how the little one is doing on social media.
But things took a turn for the worse when Jinger recently shared a photo of Felicity wearing a head wrap in public. Fans were quick to criticize the new mom for cultural appropriation — but she is having none of it.
Inside sources claim that Jinger is tuning out the hate and could not care less about what people think of her mothering skills. The Counting On star is used to hearing negative feedback from fans and, with the support of her husband, is ignoring all of the haters.
Although some of the comments cut her from time to time, she has learned how to navigate the tricky waters of social media and use them to her benefit.
This, of course, is hardly the first time Jinger has faced backlash on social media. According to The Hollywood Gossip, Jinger is constantly being mommy shamed on the internet. For example, fans recently told Jinger that she should not allow Felicity to look at a computer screen because it can damage her eyes.
Luckily, Jinger has learned how to deal with the negativity and has not stopped shared all of her adorable moments with Felicity on social media.
“Jinger has learned to brush off the trolls and could not care less what they say at this point,” an insider dished.
Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo tied the knot in 2016 and waited over a year to have their first child together. The two have not commented on all of the backlash they have received about how they raise their daughter.
New episodes of Counting On will hopefully return to TLC in 2019.