Another day, another Duggar parenting controversy. This time the victims are matriarch and patriarch Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar — after they seemingly failed to properly wish their daughter, Jinger Duggar, a happy birthday. The couple — who tied the knot in 1984 and share 19 biological children and one adopted child — were on vacation in Bahamas with their family friends, Bringing Up Bates stars Gil and Kelly Bates, during her special day.
While they shared this video tribute for their daughter from the tropics, many fans felt that simply wasn't enough, as they were not with her. "You're celebrating not having to be parents in the Bahamas. CPS needs to take away every child under 18. These people are not fit to raise farm animals much less humans," one user wrote in the comments section. Another agreed and added, "Ugh! Enough with kisses! What [does] that [have] to do with Jinger's birthday?"
Meanwhile, Jinger is seemingly living her best life, pants and all, with her husband of one year, Jeremy Vuolo. While fellow newlywed Duggar couples Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth, and Joseph Duggar and Kendra Caldwell are expecting their first babies — Jinge has yet to announce her pregnancy, much to the dismay of fans.
"Hope you get pregnant soon. Your babies will be gorgeous, too," a fan recently shared. Another chimed in with, "When is Jinger going to announce that she's expecting?" Some have gone as far as accusing her of using birth control methods — which is very much frowned upon in Duggar family values.
However, while they might be taking their time, JinJer does plan on becoming parents someday. "I think we’d love to start a family somewhere in that time period, in the next five years, and see what the Lord does," the former soccer star previously revealed. For now, we just hope she had a nice birthday!