Aug 05, 2022
Little People’s Audrey Roloff shows off husband Jeremy swinging newborn son Radley UPSIDE DOWN amid bad parenting claims
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Little People's Audrey Roloff has shown off husband Jeremy swinging newborn son Radley upside down amid bad parenting claims.
Audrey, 31, and Jeremy's parenting decisions have repeatedly been called into question by critics.5Audrey Roloff shows off husband Jeremy swinging their newborn son Radley upside downCredit: INSTAGRAM/audreyroloff 5Audrey and Jeremy Roloff's parenting decisions have often been criticizedCredit: Audrey Roloff Instagram
The TV personality shared the alarming video on her Instagram Stories on Thursday.
The video depicts Jeremy, 31, holding nine-month-old Radley as Audrey records.
The Little People Big World star proceeds to rotate the baby, flipping him upside down and then back upright as he reenacts some type of pseudo somersault.
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While Jeremy received the majority of the heat for his baby acrobatics, Audrey came under fire when she allowed young Radley to play in a dirty room.
In an Instagram Story, the reality TV star shared a video of her nine-month-old son jumping around in a baby bouncer attached to a wall frame in front of what appeared to be his nursery.
The tiny tot was all smiles as he twisted around non-stop.
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But behind the bean, clearly visible, was a mess of sharp toys scattered on the floor, including a construction truck, books and papers, and action figures.
Audrey made no excuse for the mess, defending it in a follow-up post.
"Y’all…this is nothing," she shared. "And in case you’re new around here, this is (and definitely won’t be in the coming months) your place for picture-perfect home content."WHACKED MOLE
Jeremy and Audrey Roloff received scrutiny from fans for killing moles and showing the dead animal to their other children, Ember and Bode.
Audrey posted the mole-killing videos on her Instagram Stories.
Captioned, "First catch on the farm," the series of recordings shows Jeremy removing a mole trap with the extinguished vermin caught inside.
Audrey and Jeremy are catching the critters around the four-acre property of their recently purchased $1.5M Oregon farm.
The video then depicts the former LPBW star proceeding to show the dead mole to their young children Ember, four, and Bode, two.FAN RESPONSE
Fans shared images from the Instagram Story on a popular online forum where they discussed the "unnecessary" post.
One person wrote: "That story was sad to see."
Another fan responded, writing "I agree. Why would they share this? And let their kids stand there and witness them killing a mole?"
A third concerned Redditor commented: "Killing small animals of any kind in front of little kids is not ok. That can be traumatizing to sensitive kids."
Other users related to the sentiment with one person commenting: "I would be traumatized if I saw my dad murder a mole right in front of me and I'm an adult."
Another added: "My dad killed moles like this at our house growing up too. I remember it and I hated it."
One person asked: "Is the trap humane? Some traps for rodents aren’t humane and the animal struggles or is stuck then starve."
A second person answered: "From what I just read, no, they’re not humane because they don’t kill instantly and the animal often suffers."
One chimed in: "I just don’t think it’s the best to have your little kids out there actively participating in pulling a dead one up out of the ground?"STAVE OFF THE STOVE
Recently, Audrey and Jeremy were slammed for putting a wood-burning stove in their new $750,000 Oregon cabin as critics claim the appliance could be dangerous around their three young kids.
Audrey shared a video of the new stove on her Instagram Stories, writing: "Swapped the gas stove out for wood burning."
The reality star shares three children in total with husband Jeremy, including baby son Radley.
Fans ripped the pair's decision to get a wood-burning stove on a thread.
One wrote: "I understand they're renovating, but this looks like a disaster.Read More on The US SunKIMYE FOREVER? Kim and Kanye are 'working things out' amid rumors they're back togetherSILLY SAUSAGE Image of distant star posted by top scientist was actually a piece of CHORIZO
"A wood stove out in the open looks like a big no-no for three small kids."
Audrey and Jeremy bought the “cabin in the woods” in Bend, Oregon, back in September.5The video shows Jeremy dangerously holding Radley upside downCredit: INSTAGRAM/audreyroloff 5Jeremy and Audrey came under fire for showing dead moles to kids Ember and BodeCredit: Audrey Roloff Instagram 5Jeremy and Audrey with their children Ember, Bode, and RadleyCredit: Instagram/audreyroloff
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I’m an elegance coach – the 10 things that make you look tacky and why bad fake eyelashes are the worst
WHEN it comes to looking well put-together there are some things that are obvious to avoid.
But people still make the same mistakes over and over again.6There are some things you should always avoid if you don't want to look tackyCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey
Luckily, elegance expert Anna Bey recently revealed 10 of the worst things that will cheapen your appearance and look tacky.
So if you're doing any of these it might be time to switch things up.Cracked feet
This is more important during the summer months when you're more likely to have your feet on show, but forgetting to give your feet the attention they need can ruin your look.
Anna explained: "When you have cracked feet, crusty soles or generally hard, dead skin, this detail leaves an impression about you.
"So make sure you do those pedicures regularly, at least once per month."Overlined lips
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"It does cheapen the appearance of someone," Anna quipped.
Take time applying your lipliner to avoid it looking wonky or out of proportion.Greasy hair
We get it - sometimes there just isn't enough time to wash your hair, but according to the pro you should always have dry shampoo on hand for this reason.
"It just ruins everything," she explained, "It makes you look unhygienic and it makes you look dirty."
She added: "At least put on a hat or a headscarf or something to cover up that grease."Messy makeup
Taking the time to apply your makeup properly is a must.
And if it smudges throughout the day you should keep on top of it if you want to avoid looking cheap and tacky.
Anna said: "It doesn't leave a positive impression."Visible hair extensions
Having hair extensions is fine and can look really chic - but only if you can't tell they're in there.
When you can see the clips in the top of your hair the illusion is instantly ruined and the whole look is cheapened.
The elegance pro revealed: "You need to be aware of these things, I always check my head in the back before I leave my home to make sure everything is perfectly aligned."Obviously fake lashes
Anna said: "It's not an elegance mistake to wear fake eyelashes but it's about how your present those fake eyelashes.
Make sure they're perfectly glued to your eye because one thing that we see a lot with ladies is the eyelash is not entirely glued on, you always have that little bit in the corner that's poking out."
According to the pro this can cheapen your look and even if you don't notice it, other people will.Un-blended blush
Wearing blush is a great way to add some colour and life into your face, but it's easy to get carried away.
The important thing to remember is that a little goes a long way, so apply less than you think you need.Stiff hair
The slicked back style might be in right now, but according to Anna it's sill importnat for hair to look like hair.
She explained: "It does not look good because the whole point of beautiful hair is that it has movement, shine, lustre and just looks healthy, not like you're wearing a stiff wig."Brightly coloured hair
If you want to avoid looking cheap, sticking to natural hair colours is the best thing to do, Anna explained.
Ditch the pink, blue and green hair.
"I find this to look so incredibly unkept, it downgrades the entire appearance," she said.Cakey makeup Read More on The SunON A ROLL I work at Greggs and there’s a reason your sausage rolls aren’t always hot
"Your makeup should technically be kind of invisible," Anna reckons.
"If your makeup skills aren't that advances, I'd rather wear no makeup than cakey makeup," she added.6Avoiding cakey makeup is vital if you don't want to look cheapCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey 6Visible hair extensions never look goodCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey 6Get regular pedicures to avoid cracked feetCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey 6Overlined lips can look cheap and tackyCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey 6Make sure your fake eyelashes look natural and are properly glued downCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey