Slow down, Ember Roloff! The littlest Little People, Big World star is already three months old, and now her proud mama, Audrey, is giving an update on her latest milestones. Watch the video below to see the adorable pic — and to hear what Auj had to say about her “kissable” daughter!

Recently, the mother-of-one received backlash from fans for promoting her products on Instagram. On Dec. 6, Auj shared a post about love, which was in line with her usual Christian ideologies she frequently shares on social media. The difference this time? At the end of the lengthy post, she began promoting her products. “Grab one of our “love is a verb” sweatshirts for you and your hubby or wife,” she included in her message.

“Sounded good until you started pushing your products,” one person wrote. “Maybe your preaching posts don’t belong in the same post as the products you’re trying to sell.” Another chimed in, “I’m not saying this to be mean or shame you. It just sounds like you’re preaching to sell the products.”

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Love. Have we lost grip on what it really is? It’s so commonly mistaken for tolerance, or watered down to a feeling or desire. We are so quick to say we love this and love that… but have we cheapened the meaning? Sure, I “love” Christmas and “love” campfires, but then I also love Jeremy… So how do we reconcile this? We must reclaim the definition of love. True love is so much more than desire for something or someone. It’s patient, kind, compassionate, selfless, fervent, unconditional, honest, encouraging, enduring, and full of grace and truth. Love is not a feeling; it’s a sacrifice, a commitment, daily choice – a verb. I love Timothy Keller’s words, “In any relationship, there will be frightening spells in which your feelings of love dry up. And when that happens, you must remember that the essence of marriage is that it is a covenant, a commitment, a promise of future love. So what do you do? You DO THE ACTS OF LOVE, despite your lack of feeling. You may not feel tender, sympathetic, and eager to please, but in your actions you must BE tender, understanding, forgiving and helpful. And, if you do that, as time goes on you will not only get through the dry spells, but they will become less frequent and deep, and you will become more constant in your feelings. This is what can happen if you decide to love.” LOVE IS A VERB. Grab one of our “love is a verb” swestshirts for you and your hubby or wife. or link in my bio. #beating50percent #stayingido #loveisaverb

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Unfortunately, the 26-year-old is no stranger to controversy. Last month, the reality star mama was mommy-shamed by her followers for not putting a hat on Ember.

“No hat for baby? Poor thing has no hair,” one shamer wrote. Another added, “I hope she wasn’t hatless for long. You have hair and a hat covering your head. She has nothing. You lose the most heat through your head, so she can be freezing way before you ever even get cold. Please cover her.” Yikes — everyone’s an expert, apparently! No worries, Auj; you’re an awesome mom.

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