While reality star Jenelle Evans may not always be a fan favorite, it’s impossible to find her daughter Ensley anything but absolutely adorable. The one year old is just too cute, and her parents are constantly showing her off on social media. In a recent Instagram story, Jenelle even shared a video of the tot learning how to blow a kiss, and our hearts pretty much melted. Check out the clip in the video above to see what we mean.
If you didn’t already love Ensley, we’re sure you do now. And though Jenelle and her husband David Eason can be pretty controversial (it’s hard not to be when you’re posting “straight pride” memes on Instagram and flipping off your fans), there’s no denying that the Teen Mom star makes some good looking kids. Kaiser and Jace are also cute AF, and while fans frequently hate their parents, it’s hard not to love them.
Jenelle shared the kiss video on her Instagram on Wednesday, September 12th, as the family hunkered down and prepared to wait out Hurricane Florence. Earlier in the day, she got flack from fans after posting a new profile picture of herself in a bikini, adding the text, “Pray for the Carolinas, Our Linemen, and First Responders,” and captioning it, “#NewProfilePic #HurricaneFlorence #PrayForNC #PrayForSC ???.” Though Jenelle typically snaps back at her haters and moves on with her life, the shot got so much criticism that she actually took it down.
“I don’t get why everyone’s offended by my profile pic I posted yesterday… I’m in the path of the hurricane, that picture is from months ago while fishing, asking for prayers…. what SO bad or disrespectful about that?” she wrote on Twitter. “That’s a special frame someone else made on the Facebook app. I didn’t make it. Didn’t know that would offend anyone. But it’s funny cuz everyone b—hin aren’t even from NC or SC.”
Unfortunately, the family has bigger things to worry about. Honestly, though, they don’t seem to be sweating the dangerous weather too much. “Kickin’ this storm’s butt,” Jenelle captioned an Instagram album of Kaiser outside. “Having fun in the rain yesterday and prepping before #HurricaneFlorence !” We just hope that everyone stays safe — and stays inside once things actually get serious.