Toddlers are puzzling little people. One second they love a thing, like peas. The next, they passionately hate peas. You never know what you’re going to get and that makes Christmas and giving a toddler gifts a challenge. On one has better-exemplified toddler fickleness than Jinger Duggar’s daughter, Felicity.
For Christmas, the Counting On star, Jinger and her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, gifted their daughter a Belle doll. Instead of showing any interest in the doll, Felicity was instead obsessed with a bottle of perfume.
Jinger captioned the picture, “When you give your daughter a doll but she’s more intrigued with Auntie Val’s perfume.” We’ve all been there as a parent, you spend time and money getting your toddler a gift only to have him or her more interested in the box the gift came in than the actual gift.
Jinger and her family spent Christmas with Jeremy’s family and not the Duggars this year. Clearly, Felicity didn’t mind.
In the photo, Jinger’s husband can be seen trying to set up a tent with the words, “Princess Felicity” printed on it. Jinger cleverly captioned the photo, “How many adults does it take to set up a tent?”
Sometimes it’s the journey, not the destination! And, with toddlers, that’s almost always the case.
Felicity, Jinger, and Jeremy had a Merry Christmas.
In addition to the pictures Jinger shared on her Instagram story, she also shared a cute photo of the fam in matching flannel in front of the Christmas tree.
Gift giving for toddlers can be a challenge, but Jinger and Jeremy really seemed to overcome those woes this Christmas. We all know the feeling!
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