Former Counting On star Jessa Seewald’s latest online activity has raised a lot of questions, and now, fans want to know what has possessed her. Stick around to get the full story and see why she’s being scrutinized.
This certainly isn’t the first time that Jessa’s behavior on social media has been questioned. She often gets criticized by fans and haters alike. Some folks dislike her parenting choices, while others think her home is gross. Now, something else she shared has fans wondering what could have possibly possessed her.
Jessa Seewald shares a questionable post online.
On Facebook on Monday, April 18, Jessa Seewald shared a new post about her son, Henry. Henry turned five years old in February.
The new post is a part of her “Seewald Kids Say” series. She often shares quotes from her kids and hashtags them either #SayingsOfSpurgeon, #SayingsOfHenry, or #SayingsOfIvy. Typically, these quotes are cute or funny. But this new one fell flat and has fans asking questions about what Jessa was thinking when she posted it.
The five-year-old said, “Mommy, if you leave poop on your bottom for a long time then it’ll be a rash and it’ll hurt. But it won’t hurt as bad as being shot by a gun.”
Though she’s posted many different quotes before, she hasn’t really shared anything like this before.
Fans are confused and wondering what has possessed her.
Over on Reddit, Jessa Seewald’s bizarre Facebook post was reposted by Duggar Snarkers. And they are simply trying to figure out why she would post something like this.
One says, “… yeaa I get posting funny things your kid says but not stuff like this…..” Another asks, “Wtf. Why would she share this?”
Others think that this should have been shared with family members, not everyone on Facebook. Jessa’s Facebook page has nearly 600,000 followers, so many people have read this post about Henry.
Someone on Reddit wonders, “What would possess Jessa to post something like this?”
Another snarker jokes, “That escalated quickly.”
“TMI, Jessa. Girl, you don’t need to immortalize every weird thing your kid says on the internet so he can be embarrassed forever,” someone else chimes in.
So, what do you think of this post that Jessa Seewald shared? Do you agree that it’s a strange thing for her to share online? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below. And come back to TV Shows Ace for more Duggar family news.
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