‘Counting On’: Pregnant Joy-Anna Duggar Deals With Online Trolls

Counting On‘s Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth is a careless mother according to fans. Some blasted her for improper positioning of a headrest and another fan said she didn’t even connect the child’s chest strap. Fans went to war in the comments and had very differing views.

Counting On: Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth Is Pregnant With Baby Number Two

Amidst the excitement of pregnancy, Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth from Counting On saw a cute photo opp with her and her son Gideon. When she took the photo, she probably didn’t think it was going to cause so much fuss. Everything started off positive. Fans were saying that she did a good job buckling up her son and saying how cute he was.

Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth is glowing from the pregnancy and radiant with happiness. Her happiness was evident from her smile and also the single heart on the photo’s caption. She likely just wanted to share some of that happiness with Counting On followers.

Counting On: Joy Anna Duggar Forsyth

Some Counting On Fans Get Mean – Others Defend Joy

No mother enjoys being the subject of debate on whether they are a good mother or not. Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth of Counting On is no different. After the fans went wild in the comments both saying good and bad things about Joy-Anna and her parenting skills, she froze the comments section. It’s not abnormal to see a Duggar family member’s comment section go wild, but this one was a little wild over such an innocent post.

It’s amazing how many people become car seat experts when an innocent mother posts a sweet photo of her and her child. Before the comments were shut down, many people left comments in support of Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth and were not happy about the negativity forced on the Counting On celeb.

Counting On: Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth

Is Joy-Anna Duggar In the Right About the Car Seat Issue?

So, who is right? Is Joy-Anna Duggar from the show Counting On being reckless with her children? Or is she well within her rights with how Gideon was placed in the car seat? We’re not talking about he said she said, but instead, we are talking about Arkansas law.

According to Arkansas law, a child must be in a rear-facing seat until they are 24 months or the seats upper weight limit. Gideon just had a 2nd birthday not long ago, which means he is past the 24 month period. Legally, Joy is within the safety guidelines for the state.

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