Joy-Anna Duggar is keeping it real this holiday season!
In a hilarious and down-to-earth Instagram post, the mom of 2 posted a relatable holiday-themed clip that jokes about wrapping your partner’s gifts for them because — haven’t we all been there?!
Just last week, Duggar posted yet another all-too-real-mama-moment to Instagram.
Duggar, who shares 3½-year-old son Gideon and 16-month-old daughter Evelyn Mae with husband Austin Forsyth, that perfectly captured what a busy mom looks like in 2021.
“When you finally see yourself in the mirror after looking like this all day.” the 24-year-old joked in the caption.
“This is real life. Oily hair, breakouts, Christmas pj pants paired with my colorful Texas-tee. It’s my sign of getting a lot done!” she added. “Anyone else out there relate?”
This past summer, Joy-Anna got heat from fans who claim she put her child in harm’s way. After sharing a photo to Instagram over the weekend, fans were upset seeing her child chew on a metal gate amid a global pandemic.
“First softball game of the season & first win of the season! We’re off to a pretty good start!” she wrote.
In one of the photos, Evelyn has her mouth on a fence. And this drew criticism from fans.
One user commented: “I love the pictures but she should put her mouth on that nasty gate,” while another said: “Ugh!!! Have a little class and keep your tongues in your mouths.”
And not too long ago, Evelyn celebrated her first birthday and Joy honored her little girl’s day with an adorable slideshow of photos from the past year.
“I remember listening to this song on repeat when I was pregnant with you. I couldn’t wait to hold you in my arms and watch you grow … and here you are, somehow, already a year old! Evelyn, Mama and Papa love you so much. You will always be our ‘Princess,’” she wrote.
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