AUDREY Roloff has been convicted of letting her one-year-old hold a dangerous object during the Fourth of July celebration.
The Little People, Big World star shared new photos and videos of his family celebrating summer vacation on his Instagram Story.
In a clip of the backyard celebrations, their toddler Radley was seen holding a lit sparkler.
The clip showed the 18-month-old boy sitting outside on a lawn chair while wearing a holiday outfit and no shoes.
In one of his hands, Radley held a sparkler, which was lit and sparkling near him.
Audrey, 31, and her husband Jeremy Roloff, 33, have drawn backlash for letting their young son hold a “toy” that many believed to be dangerous.
A screenshot from that moment was shared on Reddit with text that read, “This can’t be safe… I don’t think I’m old enough to know not to touch the sparkler?”
One user replied: “Typical Roloff family upbringing. They were incredibly lucky.”
“If your child is small enough to need a clothing-attached pacifier, they probably shouldn’t handle fire,” wrote another.
A third said: “No wonder the family doesn’t protect their fireplace and also keeps an ax next to it within easy reach of the kids.”
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“Especially without outside help,” replied a fourth.
“Absolutely not. I have a 3.5 and almost 2 year old – we didn’t even think of sparklers lol not even a bit,” wrote a fifth.
The two are also parents to five-year-old daughter Ember and three-year-old son Bode.
Audrey and Jeremy have previously faced criticism for their parenting choices, most notably for gifting Radley a specific teething toy.
Earlier this year, the TLC star faced criticism after sharing a photo of the one-year-old wearing a tight “Baltic amber teething necklace.”
Audrey posted a photo of Radley and Bode in the bath with their hair done in mohawks.
They grinned for the camera while surrounded by plastic toys in the water.
teething chains They reportedly release succinic acid into the body to relieve the pain of teething.
But according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), teethers, and any other type of jewelry are considered unsafe and should not be worn by young children.
Critics slammed Audrey for Radley’s jewelry. One wrote on Reddit: “A tight necklace on a baby can’t be good?”
Another added: “Amber fanged necklaces are SO DANGEROUS! Please never use any of these!”
A third posted: “They should honestly be illegal. They are dangerous and serve no purpose.”
“They have proven extremely unsafe and you can google all the poor kids that have died,” raged another user.
“CHILDREN? WHAT KIDS
Last month, the couple faced backlash for spending an adults-only night away from their three children right after returning from holiday.
The LPBW stars recently enjoyed a trip to the Cayman Islands without their kids, which sparked controversy because they immediately went on a double date upon their return.
After Audrey documented the wild evening on her IG Stories, some critics turned to Reddit with their thoughts.
“Children? What kids,” one joked, opening the conversation.
“They are almost as far from their children as they are with them. We’re talking Audrey and Jeremy here,” complained a second.
“It looks bad when it’s been at least a week since you’ve seen or actually mentioned your children and you have no other job than selling snake oil in shillings. People can do things without their children, but they are often without their children,” a third ranted.
“Who takes care of their children and their ‘farm’? I have a child, two dogs, rabbits and birds. I can’t find anyone to watch my group.
“But she can do it over long distances and with three children,” wondered a fourth.