Jill Duggar is no stranger to criticism.
The first Duggar daughter to get married and start a family of her own, Jill has taken considerable flak for the unorthodox fashion in which she and her husband, Derick Dillard, have chosen to raise their children.
Much of the uproar surrounds the missionary work that Jill and Derick have performed in El Salvador.
It seems like a strange source of controversy -- after all, who could get upset about a young couple helping the less fortunate? -- but Jill and Derick weren't entirely truthful about their time in Central America, and their deceptions may have put many at risk, including their own children.
Jill and Derick were never licensed missionaries, which means they were never trained for life in an impoverished foreign village.
Taking young children along on such an excursion is risky under any circumstances, but it's especially dangerous without proper training.
Add to that the fact that Jill and Derick ignored Zika virus warnings and got pregnant with their second child shortly after returning o the States, and it's not hard to see why fans often call the young couple's responsibility into question.
The latest controversial move by Jill and Derick pales in comparison to their actions in Central America, but nonetheless, it's being taken by many as evidence that the young parents are in over their heads.
It has to do with the seeming innocuous photo above.
Jill posted it to her Instagram page over the weekend, with a caption reading:
"We had such a great time at our friend's place the other day @farmlandadventures Thanks for having us out!"
In other posts, Jill indicated that the children enjoyed a petting zoo, a hay ride, and a walk through a corn maze.
And how could anyone take issue with such an innocent day of family fun?
Well, believe it or not, the complaints have to do with the tortilla in young Israel's hand.
It seems on-lookers who witnessed the Dillard's family day noticed that the tortilla was frequently placed on baby Samuel's head, presumably in order to prevent sunburn.
Upon hearing this, some fans criticized Jill for forcing her son to wear food on his head instead of a hat, while others applauded her for improvising.
"No, you can't find a baby hat on a farm but you can use common sense and be prepared. When you take 2 babies out for the day in the open when it's obviously very warm and sunny, you pack hats and sunscreen, warm clothes in case the weather turns, even if you don't end up needing them," wrote one irate fan.
"Sorry but a tortilla? Really? Imagine how hot that would get, his head would be fried.
Another pointed out that this is far from the first instance in which Jill has demonstrated questionable parenting habits:
"She also thinks that feeding a growing and active toddler cold tomato sauce right out of the can is appropriate. There are pictures of that, too - not just one time but at least on two separate occasions," the commenter wrote.
"That's why I said she's not the brightest bulb. She thinks that people won't notice abuse and neglect - or she thinks that because she's a DUGGAR!"
Far be it for us to defend Jill, as we agree that some made some highly dubious decisions in the years since she became a mom, but this situation seems more than a bit overblown.
Folks, let's save our tortilla related outrage for the times when they fall apart, spilling the contents of out Cheesy Gorditas into our laps.
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