Speaking up. Little People, Big World alum Audrey Roloff clapped back at a hater who slammed her for thinking positive amid the global coronavirus pandemic and anti-racism protests.

“I loved the perspective shift so much. I chose to write my own headlines today,” she captioned an Instagram photo of her daughter and a screenshot of a message encouraging others to “not see the world through the printed headlines” during “talk of COVID, protests, looting [and] brutality.”

Courtesy of Audrey Roloff/Instagram

While the mother of two tried to look on the bright side, she was slammed for not addressing the issues. “Yes … but also this can’t be a total distraction to what’s going on,” the commenter wrote on Tuesday, August 25. “Ignorance is not bliss … #blm.”  In response, the A Love Letter Life author replied, “Choosing to highlight joy and focus on gratitude does not equal ignorance.”

This isn’t the first time Audrey took to social media to clap back at her trolls. In July, the mama posted an Instagram Story of her 2-year-old daughter, Ember, in a canoe without a life jacket with dad Jeremy Roloff, causing an uproar with the parent police. “Everyone coming AT ME about life jackets,” she wrote on her Story. “This little stream is only a foot deep and they stayed here the whole time. Be calm.”

That same month, the parents were slammed for allowing Ember to ride in a van without a seat belt after Jeremy sharing some family videos on Instagram. “Where is her car seat or seat belt? Shame on you,” one user commented to which the father replied, “Shame on you,” quoting them right back. To another troll, he responded, “It’s a good thing I haven’t posted [Ember] riding in the tractor bucket yet.”

Courtesy of Jeremy Roloff/Instagram

Audrey also chimed in and shared the video of her daughter to her own Instagram Story with the caption, “Also, if you’re looking to recruit some Karens, these comments are full of ‘em.”

It looks like Audrey and Jeremy don’t care for the opinions of others and have no time for shade when it comes to their family.

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