While Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo don't want trolls trash-talking their daughter, they're happy to share her sweet pics with real fans.
The latest photo is precious beyond belief -- and also just a genuinely great picture.
Felicity is only five months old, but she's already the most meme-worthy of all of the Duggar grandchildren.
There are two layers to the photo that we're about to show you.
As of Wednesday, December 19, baby Felicity is five months old.
Her parents shared a precious photo of her all bundled up and laying on her back in the leafy grass.
Felicity is wearing a very soft-looking pastel pink outfit with a cute bow and with darling little ears on the hood.
The photo is captioned "contemplative."
Take a look:
She! Looks! So! Adorable!
As we mentioned, there are two angles to this photo.
The most obvious one is that Felicity is just as cute as a button.
The other is that, simply because of her facial expression and the way that her hands are posed, she looks like she's scheming.
This goes beyond contemplative -- she looks like she's hatching a thought and is filled with glee.
There are only a handful of babies who have what it takes to achieve internet fame on their own merit.
But we think that baby Felicity is worthy of being a meme.
The wee baby Felicity is always stylish.
Though some fans have responded negatively to the very fashionable bows on her head and to the mittens she sometimes wears, she looks great.
The Duggar family as a whole and especially its women are not really given the opportunity to explore fashion and personal styles like normal girls.
That changed for Jinger after she married Jeremy, who believes that salvation through Christianity doesn't require that women wear dresses.
So little Felicity will have opportunities that her mother never had while growing up.
And, quite frankly, a lot of fans think that her cuteness, relative fame, and pleasant disposition would make her a perfect model for baby clothes.
Jinger has recently written on Instagram about the joys of motherhood.
"Motherhood is a gift,” Jinger gushed on the 'gram.
“It’s a gift not to be taken for granted," Jinger says. "And it’s a gift that ought not be despised."
True. If you don't want to be a mom, that's fine. If you do become a parent, you should love your kids.
It's the least you can do for the little ones you brought into the world.
(Jinger may have had a more political, less positive meaning behind her post, but let's give her the benefit of the doubt, okay?)
Jinger's post about motherhood continued.
"It’s a unique gift," Jinger wrote. "That allows me to demonstrate toward my daughter the love that God has graciously demonstrated toward me."
Jinger added: "It’s a profound gift that reveals the heart of God in a way I had never imagined."
When you're a parent, you are your baby's whole world.
"It’s a weighty gift," Jinger continued. "That places upon my shoulders the nurture of this tiny soul."
"Motherhood is a gift for which I thank God every day," Jinger concluded.