Jessa Duggar Defends 'Neanderthal' Husband Ben Seewald After Accusations He's A Bad Father!

Jessa Duggar Defends 'Neanderthal' Husband Ben Seewald After Accusations He's A Bad Father!
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A social media user called Ben Seewald a bad dad and his wife, Jessa Duggar did not hesitate to clap back, defending her hubby from the outraged person. Not only that but she did it in a pretty funny way!

It all started earlier this week with Jessa doing some shopping and filming the session for the upcoming season of Counting On.

That being said, she was at Target with her sisters and even Jinger was back home from L.A. to spend some quality time with her family while out shopping for themselves as well as for their kids.

Jessa was all smiles during the outing despite the fact that one social media user tried to ruin her fun with a negative comment about her husband being a bad father to their three kids.

In the pic’s comment section, they criticized her at first, for not leaving the young ones at home with their dad, Ben.

But that was not all! They went on to call him a ‘neanderthal’ after he supposedly refused to watch the kids while Jessa and her sisters were out shopping.

However, whether the commenter was right or not, fans know all too well that this is how this family usually operates, taking the kids along when they have such trips.

In response, Jessa wrote: ‘You know, I’ve been thinking the same thing. Only Neanderthal men would refuse to breastfeed their infants so their wives can spend the entire day out dining and shopping.’

She was, of course, referring to the fact that she has welcomed their third addition to the family back in May of last year, which means she’s still breastfeeding.

Still, there were others who pointed out that she could have just used a breast pump and that would have allowed the baby to remain at home with the dad while she was out.

On the other hand, other followers stressed that there is no one’s business but theirs how they choose to parent. What do you think?

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