Give Audrey Roloff a bit of credit for being self-aware in her latest Instagram message.
The Little People, Big World has taken to her social media page in order to encourage people... to get off of social media.
Wait... what? Excuse her?!?
The faithful reality star explained her point in a caption to the sweet photo above.
As you can see, the image features Audrey cozying up in bed to her husband, Jeremy.
And the caption opens as follows:
For us, Sunday's are for time with Jesus and friends, rest, reading, walks, games, fires, and doing our weekly marriage journal
This is not the first time Audrey has mentioned her journal, which is something she takes very very seriously.
Acknowledging that this message may be a tad "ironic," Audrey continued, urging followers to read what she has to say - and then unplug their computer, basically.
"If I can just convince a few of you to unplug for the rest of the day, it's worth it!" she wrote, adding:
"So I'm getting on here to tell you to GET OFF! Close this app and put your phone in a drawer if you have to! Stop scrolling, sharing, and spending and just be present.
"Make Sunday a day of REST.
"Comment below with an emoji that illustrates your ideal day of rest, and then CLOSE THIS APP and go do that thing!"
Audrey wrote that she would get this exercise underway, sharing an emoji of flames, an emoji of books, an emoji of a journal and an emoji of a cookie.
It's safe to assume the flame emoji is a reference to daughter Ember Jean.
Back in November, Audrey wrote a similar post, essentially telling God that she'll use Instagram less often.
For what reason?
"As much as l love sharing my life with y’all and what I’ve learned/am learning, l never want to be someone who spends more time sharing on social media than l do seeking the Lord and searching His truths," she explained at the time.
Audrey continued late last year:
"I want to be someone who spends more time reading truth, engaging wisdom, and listing for His still small voice, than sharing my own incomplete oversimplified perspectives."
So... why has Roloff not really stuck with this vow?
Why does she still frequently share photos and her thoughts on social media?
We kid. Sort of.
We definitely do give Audrey a hard time for using her faith and even her family to shill for various products, but we'd also be sad if she took a true hiatus from Instagram because that would mean fewer Ember Jean photos.
And we need our Ember Jean fix! She is such a cutie patootie!
What do you think of Audrey's Jesus-related piece of advice here?
Have you ever considered giving up the Internet for one day per week?
Or does that seem like an impossible challenge?