Party of five?! Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard sparked pregnancy rumors on Instagram earlier this week after packing on the PDA in a recent snap. The Counting On star — and former Counting On star — posted a picure under the mistletoe, which immediately got fans talking. See the pic and find out what they had to say by watching the video below!
Yet more babies could complicate their already poor parenting practices, according to some. On Thanksgiving, the duo — who share son Israel, 2, and Samuel, 5 months — were scrutinized for leaving their youngest on the floor while they ate. “Jill enjoys procreating, but once the baby is born, she’s not interested in the least in the actual parenting,” someone commented on the photo posted to Facebook. Another added, “How about a carrier or swing — something besides the dirty floor? I would have never done that to either of my children.” Everyone’s a critic!
Unfortunately, that wasn’t the first time Jill and Derick had gotten in trouble for their parenting decisions. In September, the couple took their family to a friend’s farm and snapped a few seemingly innocent photos — yet it was the last one in the album that drew concern from fans. Their son, Samuel — who was born in July — was given a tortilla to wear on his head instead of a hat and people had a lot to say.
“Ummm… a hat probably would have been a better choice not to burn,” someone wrote at the time. “No bonnet on baby’s head? Do parents not do this anymore?” another asked. A third chimed in, “Of course an experienced mother wouldn’t bother with a hat, just put a tortilla to block the sun.”
Jill’s pregnancy buzz comes just weeks after her hubby, 28, planned a romantic candlelit dinner for the reality TV pair. While the meal — which appeared to be comprised of plantains, Froot Loops, and maybe some chips — didn’t look too appetizing, it was definitely a nice thought on Derick’s part. Maybe the odd combination had to do with Jill’s potential pregnancy cravings? Only time will tell!
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