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The internet loves few things more than trolling women, getting a reaction from celebrities, and mom-shaming.
Teresa Giudice just bore the brunt of all three. And it wasn’t for another bad comment about immigrants.
She shared a sweet photo of three of her daughters spending some sisterly bonding time, and is getting mom-shamed left and right. Why?
Teresa Giudice and her family have been vacationing in the Bahamas.
(Yes, we know that a lot of students went back to school this week, but not every school in the U.S. runs on the same schedule)
The The Real Housewives of New Jersey star has also shared photos of her daughters — they’re growing up so quickly!
Unfortunately, when Teresa shared the photo below, a lot of so-called fans decided to call her out and bombard he with mom-shaming comments.
These trolls seemed to hate everything — from the girls’ makeup to their outfits.
(From left to right, that’s Audriana, Gia, and Milania)
Mom-shamers decided that it was an outrage that these sisters on vacation put on makeup before having their photos taken.
“Are you f–king kidding me with the makeup?” one foul-mouthed mom-shamer demanded.
Makeup is normal for all ages, but apparently 9-year-old Audriana’s makeup is scandalous to these folks. There are younger makeup gurus on YouTube.
“Beautiful girls,” another began. “But no need for makeup.”
If you want to talk about the makeup industry or animal testing or whatever, that’s fine. Girls putting on makeup is harmless unless they’re allergic or something.
Other trolls fixated on the fact that the girls were dressed for August in the Bahamas instead of for, like, winter in a convent in Vermont.
“Wow….bra showing…wtf….” one ridiculous person lamented. “These girls are going to turn into pure trash if this continues.”
Gia is just months away from turning 18, and none of these girls are “exposing” anything — except for the twisted thoughts of some of Teresa’s followers.
“No need for… an un-buttoned shirt,” another insisted, again targeting Gia. “That’s not age-appropriate!”
Gia is 17. That outfit, which again reveals nothing, is about as age-appropriate as it gets.
(Teresa shared this photo last week, and yes, before you ask, she was also condemned because her daughters are wearing normal bikinis instead of one-pieces … or a nun’s habit)
“Where is the parental control here!!” one irate commenter demanded. Some people panic if they see other humans living their lives harmlessly.
Anothe remarked that it is “scary that these girls are dressed like grown adult women.”
Those girls are really dressed like teenagers. (No shade, but Audriana’s makeup looks exactly like a 9-year-old’s)
“I’m 32 years old,” another commenter whined. “Sorry I think a showing bralette, crop top, and ripped skinny skinny jeans is completely inappropriate for a 17 year old.”
We love that this person thinks that jeans are somehow scandalous because they show Gia’s knees.
Fortunately, not every commenter belongs in a dumpster.
“I think her daughters look pretty and they wear their make up well,” one defender wrote. “They have not went Kardashian yet.”
“I don’t see what the problem is, she looks beautiful,” another says. “I wouldn’t let the negative press ruin your day.”
Teresa is probably accustomed to it. We just hope that her daughters don’t see grown-ass adults shaming their mom for letting them act their ages.
Another defender asks a very good rhetorical question: “What little girl does not like makeup?”
The defenses kept pouring in.
“The girls are adorable,” a commenter writes. “Quit throwing shade! I’m sure the girls love putting make up on each other. That’s what sisters do!”
Another shamed the shamers right back, saying: “Any adult with sense knows not to say negative comments about children.”
There are plenty of truly awful parents who do real harm to their children that will last for a lifetime. Some of those parents are even reality stars.
It’s just a shame that these shamers waste their ire on makeup and a neckline.
Jenelle Evans is having a rough week — even by Jenelle Evans standards.
The Carolina Hurricane was never “mom of the year” material, but some fans believe she sank to a new low this week.
For starters, Evans Instagram followers were stunned when the Teen Mom 2 star twerked in front of her kids in a bizarre video shot by the side of a busy street.
And it seems that’s not the only time this past weekend that Jenelle made a questionable decision that may have put her children in harm’s way.
In an Instagram story that quickly attracted negative attention, Jenelle laughed as her 1-year-old daughter rode a tractor while riding in the lap of Evans’ husband, David Eason.
The child appears to be safe enough in Eason’s lap, but Jenelle takes heat for pretty much everything she does these days.
In tweets and IG comments. fans slammed Jenelle for allowing her youngest child to sit on a piece of heavy machinery while it was in operation.
There seemed to be a sharp urban/rural divide among commenters, with those who have lived on farms expressing their belief that David and Jenelle’s behavior was perfectly acceptable, and those who have not slamming her for negligent parenting.
We tend to side with those who think Jenelle didn’t really do anything that bad here.
But we can understand why so many are so quick to be critical of Jenelle.
After all, this is a woman who’s had CPS called to her home 20 times in the past year.
Was Jenelle wrong to let her daughter ride on a tractor while seated in her father’s lap?
We don’t think so.
But we also don’t think it’s wrong for fans to be on the lookout for suspicious or potentially dangerous behavior when scrolling through her social media pages.
Maybe Jenelle is unfairly criticized in specific cases like this one, but she’s done much to warrant the increased scrutiny.
Just last week, Evans spoke with Dr. Drew about the famous road rage incident in which she brandished a weapon and endangered the life of her eldest son, Jace.
Jenelle stated that she didn’t concern herself with whether or not she had traumatized Jace, though she admitted that the incident had left her with PTSD.
Needless to say, it’s not hard to see why fans are so critical of Jenelle’s parenting.
It’s hard to believe it’s been a full month since Jinger Duggar welcomed her first child, but lo and behold, little Felicity has been on this planet for 31 whole days.
And you know Jinger had to hit fans with an adorable b-day pic to give them a powerful case of cuteness overload.
That’s Felicity at one month old.
As you can see, she’s an almost impossibly adorable tyke, and fans have reacted to Jinger’s birthday post with a torrent of giddy glee.
“Oh, my word! She is just precious!!! Perfect combination of mommy and daddy 🙂 congrats y’all! God bless!” wrote one of Jinger’s followers.
“She is absolutely beautiful. I believe I cried when she was born… I was so excited for you and @jeremy_vuolo … enjoy each and every day, they grow up in the blink of an eye,” remarked another.
“Beautiful princess…Daddy’s eyes…the world’s heart!” commented a third.
Like we said, the Duggar public is absolutely head-over-heels for young Felicity.
And they’re pretty fond of her parents, too.
Last week, Jinger posted pics of her post-baby body, and fans expressed utter shock with impressive physical fitness.
As for Jeremy, he’s the rare Duggar husband that actually seems more concerned with loving and supporting his wife and daughter than with securing a chunk of Jim Bob’s fortune.
In other words, Jeremy is — as many fans have pointed out during the past month — the very definition of #DadGoals.
For many younger or less-conservative Duggar fans, Jingger and Jeremy are a breath of fresh air.
Yes, they’re extremely old-fashioned by most standards (Jeremy still decides what sort of clothing Jinger is allowed to wear, for crying out loud.), but in Duggar World, they’re a pair of rule-breaking progressives.
Obviously, there’s the fact that Jinger wears pants in defiance of her family’s dress code, but that’s not her only act of rebellion.
Even the fact that Jinger and Jeremy waited a year after their wedding before trying to have a baby is an indication that the couple has no intention of being reined in by Jim Bob’s strict rules of conduct.
Perhaps that’s why fans are so excited about Felicity.
She’s the first of the new-generation Duggars whose parents could actually be described as cool.
On Wednesday, August 15, Chris Watts was arrested for the killing of his wife, Shanann Watts, and their daughters: Bella, age 4, and Celeste, age 3.
He has now been formally charged — with nine felonies.
Watts is reportedly trying to defend himself with an outlandish claim to police — that he only murdered his wife because she had killed their daughters.
On Monday, August 20, Chris Watts was formally charged.
He is facing five counts of murder in the first degree.
(Because two of his victims were children under the age of twelve, he is facing two charges each for Bella and Celeste)
He is facing one count of unlawful termination of a pregnancy in the first degree — because his wife was pregnant.
Watts is also facing three counts of tampering with a deceased human body.
The remains of Shanann, Bella, and Celeste were found last week at an oil field where Chris Watts had once been employed.
Shanann was found in a shallow grave.
The small bodies of Bella and Celeste were found nearby.
They had been submerged in crude oil within an oil barrel.
These gruesome details are unpleasant, but they may be important to consider when you hear Chris Watts present his version of events.
At first, Chris claimed that his wife and daughters were missing. He even went to the media and claimed to need help finding them.
According to an affidavit released on Monday, August 20, Chris admitted to murdering his wife — but claimed that it was a response to her murdering his daughters.
First, Chris admitted to having had an affair, which he had previously denied when speaking to investigators.
“Chris stated after he told Shanann he wanted a separation he walked downstairs for a moment and then returned to his bedroom to speak with Shanann again,” the affidavit reads.
“While in the bedroom,” the affidavit continues. “Via baby monitor located on Shanann’s night stand, he observed Bella ‘sprawled’ out on her bed and blue and Shanann actively strangling Celeste.”
On top of claiming that his wife strangled their children, he claims that this drove him to kill her — incidentally, in the same manner in which he claims that she killed their girls.
“Chris said he went into a rage and ultimately strangled Shanann to death,” the affidavit reads. “Chris said he loaded all three bodies into the back seat of his work truck and took them to an oil work site.”
We already told you the state in which police found the bodies.
It would be interesting to see Watts and his attorney try to convince a jury that Watts first avenged his dead daughters and then, instead of contacting emergency services to try to save his girls, very lovingly dumped them in an oil barrel.
The affidavit is also where it is revealed that Watts admitted to being “actively involved in an affair with a co-worker, which he denied in previous interviews.”
Family Annihilators — that is, men who very suddenly wipe out their families — are a familiar enough phenomenon to have their own name and profile, but very upsetting.
In general, these men are parts of families with financial struggles who for whatever reason don’t consider a divorce a viable option and have a desire to restart their lives with a clean slate.
Then some minor stressor or incident, from a small child wetting the bed to a new financial setback, sets off the father on a spree killing of his entire household. That is, in general, the pattern.
We can know that intellectually and still be baffled, wondering what sort of person could bring themselves to murder their little children and then stuff them into an oil drum.
If Watts goes to trial, his attorney may make an argument that counts upon there being parents on the jury who cannot imagine killing their children and will refuse to believe that any man could.
The ladies of the Duggar clan are known for their subservience and commitment to their family's strict set of moral guidelines.
But they're also young, famous women who are branching out on their own in a world where female independence is valued much more than it was in their parents' day.
And the daughters of Jim Bob and Michelle seem to take pleasure in expressing their newfound freedom through fashion.
The acts of sartorial rebellion began when Jinger Duggar started wearing pants, and they've only continued in the months since.
Check out some of the J-squad's most defiant outfits in the gallery below:
1. The Pants Dance
2. The Swimsuit Issue
3. Workout Skirt
4. Liberated Jill
5. Short Stuff
6. Jinger in Tights, Jill in Jeans
For the past few weeks, we’ve been writing a lot about Briana DeJesus and the fight she got into with Kailyn Lowry at the recent Teen Mom 2 reunion.
But this article is about something very different.
It’s about the fight Briana’s daughter appears to be in for her life.
The MTV personality opened up a little bit on Thursday about her one-year old daughter, Stella, having to undergo surgery.
“My poor little baby,” DeJesus wrote along with a frowny face, later responding to inquiries from followers and adding:
“Stressful stressful day but Stella is resting and that’s all that matters.”
Briana also shared a few photos (below) of her precious toddler before and after she went under the knife.
“It’s been a hectic day for me but she’s ok. She’s out of surgery,” Briana continued at one point, telling a concerned supporter:
“Will [have] a bigger update to everyone once I have her in my arms!”
Briana did not reveal in these social media messages exactly what problem Stella is facing and/or why she needed surgery at this time.
Back in September, however, DeJesus spoke to Radar Online about at least one health issue her daughter was very unfortunately born with.
“It’s been so hard dealing with Stella,” she said at the time. “She has some heart condition, she has holes in her heart. It’s been difficult dealing with Stella right now.
“We just have to monitor her breathing.”
In this instance, though, it sounds like something else was the matter with young Stella.
“She has septic arthritis,” DeJesus told Radar of Stella’s joint infection. “It’s common in kids.”
According to Wikipedia, septic arthritis is the invasion of a joint by an infectious agent resulting in joint inflammation.
Symptoms often include redness, heat and pain in a single joint associated with a decreased ability to move the joint.
Briana also tells Radar that the infection is now under control, thanks to this new procedure, but it “could always come back.”
Elsewhere, DeJesus told Us Weekly that Stella had a fever of 104 degrees and, even after it stabilized, the infant had trouble “moving her left arm.”
A subsequent MRI revealed that Stella had fluid in her joints.
Briana was accompanied by her mother, Roxanne, at the hospital while waiting for the surgery to end.
(Stella’s father, Luis Hernandez was in New York City for the procedure. The couple split before Stella was born and he is not very involved in her life.)
But while Stella is now a healthy little girl again, “she could have possibly died,” DeJesus tells the tabloid, concluding with a message to all other mothers and fathers around the world:
I would tell parents to pay close attention and if something doesn’t look right, take your babies to get checked. I’m glad I did and that my baby is home, safe and recovering.
The reality TV star is also mom of Nova, 6, who she shares with former boyfriend Devoin Austin.
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Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar became famous for raising a staggeringly large family.
Yet ironically, these days, it seems like half of their children have been shoved away from the spotlight.
We suppose that’s a natural consequence of life in such a massive family.
With the eldest of Jim Bob and Michelle’s offspring getting married and popping out babies like there’s no tomorrow, it’s only natural that some of their younger siblings would get short shrift in terms of screen time.
Fortunately, Johannah, Jennifer, Jordyn and Josie have their sights set on something bigger than reality TV stardom.
Or at least something that could prove to be equally lucrative.
Along with their cousin — Josh Duggar’s daughter Mackynzie — youngest of the Duggar daughters have released their first album as vocal group The Duggar Girls.
“We are SO excited to announce Happy Heart CD!” the Duggars wrote on their Facebook page.
“The younger girls have worked so hard on this and we love the results! We pray that it would encourage and bless you!”
While it would be incredible if The Duggar Girls turned out to be a rugged hip-hop crew, and the Happy Heart CD were a collection of speaker-rattling trap bangers, it seems the family has sadly chosen a much more traditional route.
The 10-track album consists of nine religious ditties and — for some reason — a rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” which you can hear Josie belting out in the clip above.
As The Ashley’s Reality Roundup reports, the Duggars have adopted an interesting strategy for marketing the younger members of the clan.
Perhaps fearing that they’ve oversaturated the market with pious young ladies, Jim Bob and Michelle have assured fans that they need not concern themselves with devoting extra brain space to new Duggar personalities, as the youngest daughters are just 2.0 versions of their older sisters.
“We’ve always said that the four youngest Duggar girls’ personalities are like the four oldest girls on repeat,” they wrote on The Duggar Girls’ official website.
“Everyone has a twin. Jana/Johannah, Jill/Jennifer, Jinger/Jordyn, and Jessa/Josie.”
Of course, this isn’t the first collaborative project among Duggar siblings.
Back in 2013, the eldest four sisters released a memoir called Growing Up Duggar.
And now, their youngest sisters — who have similar names and copycat personalities — are releasing an album, and if you think that’s slightly creepy … well, you’re right, but you’re also not in the Duggars’ target audience, so they probably don’t care.
Just two months ago, Jamie Lynn Spears showed the first photos of her infant daughter, Ivey Joan Watson.
Now, her husband is showing off pics of her eldest daughter, Maddie Aldridge, and the photo is proving to be controversial among fans.
Why? Because Maddie is wielding a shotgun and poised to go hunting at only 10 years old.
Jamie Lynn Spears’ husband, Jamie Watson, shared a photo of the couple’s young daughter, Maddie Aldridge.
Maddie is 10 years old, and famously miraculously recovered from drowning just a year and a half ago.
In the photo, Maddie is standing outdoors and sporting a shotgun with some protective gear over her ears.
“Getting her ready for dove season,” Jamie captioned the photo.
Take a look:
Followers who found the image alarming were quick to blast both Jamies — Jamie Lynn Spears and Jamie Watson — for taking her hunting.
“Jesus no wonder America it’s drowning faster than the titanic,” wrote one commenter in despair.
“Put down the gun, pick up a pair of binoculars, & take a hike together,” suggested one follower. “For me, teaching kids to kill when there is absolutely no need seems very, very wrong.”
“Stupid, stupid,” another wrote succinctly.
Another took aim at a defense of the practice, writing: “Honor the outdoors by killing innocent animals? Disgusting [point of view].”
“A 10 year old with a shotgun,” one commenter lamented. “If that’s not redneck I don’t know what is.”
Maddie’s aunt Britney may be the absolute queen of pop, but she and her sister are from Louisiana. They’ve been called some unflattering things.
“You´re so irresponsible,” another fan wrote. “Guns are not a toy.”
“it’s ironic they post about their amazing dog (who is totally dependent on them) all the time,” someone wrote. “When they then go and kill animals that are living their own lives minding their own business.”
This person seems to be okay with hunting when adults are doing it, but hates the idea of kids wielding deadly weapons, writing: “Teaching kids to kill things is weird leave that till they’re older, man.”
“Bad parents,” another simply wrote.
As with any controversy, there were also defenders.
“Welcome to the South people. If you dont like it, head out!” writes one defender, who does not speak for all Southerners.
“That little girl has more talent and could completely take care of herself and she just turned 10,” that commenter continues.
Finally, that commenter laments: “Ugh I cannot stand judgement from people who know nothing about what they are looking at! Get it Maddie!”
“I have followed you and @jamielynnspears for years and I so respect your admirable life that you live,” another writes.
They continue: “Seeing celebrities allow their children to live normal lives that kids should live and also honor the love of outdoors regardless of disapproval from some people is amazing and gives me hope in future kids!”
That commenter may be missing the point — the people who take issue with this don’t consider gun-toting animal-killing as part of children’s normal lives.
“I pray she stays like that all of her life,” the commenter concludes. “And passes it on to her kids!”
“You are a wonderful father to Maddie,” another defender writes to Jamie Watson. “Teaching her right.”
This person laments that so many children enjoy engaging storytelling and interacting with their peers using electronics instead of hunting.
“So many kids are hung up on video games and their IPads they never see the outdoors,” the defender continues. “So kudos to you!”
It’s interesting, since a (widely debunked) criticism of video games is that they somehow turn children violent, to see someone praising hunting, which involves actual, real-world violence, as an alternative.
Hunting is always going to be controversial — but it’s unclear if Jamie Watson was trying to stir up controversy or was just proud of Maddie’s outdoorsy, athletic spirit.