‘LPBW’ Fans FURIOUS As Ember & Bode Roloff Play Near Open Flames

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LPBW fans are questioning Audrey and Jeremy Roloff‘s parenting knowledge after they shared a recent photo of Ember, 4, and Bode, 1. When Audrey tried to share an innocent picture, she was dragged for risking her children’s safety. So, what happened?

Ember and Bode Roloff/Instagram
Ember and Bode Roloff/Instagram

LPBW alum Audrey Roloff shares a cozy family evening.

On her Instagram stories, Audrey recently gave fans a peek into a cozy night she spent with her husband and their two young children, Ember and Bode. In one snap, Ember and Bode are in their pajamas as they sit on the rug and play Candyland. The mom excitedly writes that the kids are enjoying “Candyland by the fire.”

In the background, the fireplace is lit. It looks like the soon-to-be family of five is enjoying a comfortable and relaxing evening.

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Little People, Big World fans worry about Ember and Bode.

On RedditLPBW fans are discussing the new videos and photos that Audrey has recently shared. They aren’t too happy about the kids playing near an open fire and they’re wondering why there isn’t a barrier in front of the fireplace. After all, the kids are still very young. Bode will turn two in January and Ember is only four. Plus, they’re adding a new baby to the family very soon. If the parents aren’t supervising for just a few seconds, something bad could happen, fans think.

Someone shared a personal story, writing, “Wait I brought my one year old to my sister in laws house a few weekends ago and they had their fireplace on and no gate either!! I was so annoyed/scared/upset but then her kid rolled a ball into the fire and then they turned it off lol.”

One user writes, “candyland by the fire about to be candyland IN the fire. idiots.” Someone else chimes in, “Holy sh*t that’s anxiety inducing 😶”

Another LPBW fan notices a barrier by the fire but points out that it’s not being used in this picture. They write, “Notice the black metal screen door. It’s open but can be closed with the fire going. My parents had one. I bet she opened it for the picture as she is so into appearance and cares not for safety…..”

So, do you think that LPBW alum Audrey Roloff should be more cautious about things like this? Or do you think there’s another explanation for there not being a barrier in the photo? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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