We probably don't need to tell you that the Duggars have a lot of crazy ideas when it comes to gender roles.
Women are expected to birth and raise whole litters of human beings, but are seldom allowed to participate in such "manly" activities as working outside the home, wearing pants, or engaging in unauthorized physical activity.
And that's not our sly way of referencing the Duggars' ban on premarital sex.
Most types of manual labor and virtually all sports are off-limits to Duggar women, as well.
But leave it to the family's resident rebel, Jinger Duggar, to mess with the established order of things.
You see, in his youth, Jinger's husband, Jeremy Vuolo, pursued a career as a professional soccer player.
He made it quite far, playing goalkeeper for the New York Red Bulls and San Antonio Scorpions, both of the Major League Soccer organization.
But when Jeremy's soccer career was cut short, he turned his attention to what he considers to be his true calling -- leading worship services.
And that's how the Vuolos wound up in Los Angeles, where Jeremy is currently attending divinity school.
And what does all of this have to do with Duggar girls and sports?
Well, earlier this week, Jinger and Jeremy attended a soccer game with their young daughter Felicity in tow.
The match was between the Jeremy's Red Bulls and the Los Angeles Football Club.
The game itself was likely as boring as any soccer game. (Sorry, fans!)
But one photo posted by Jinger really has fans talking:
"It looks like she wants to be a goalkeeper like her daddy," Jinger captioned the above photo of Felicity.
Naturally, Jinger's followers were giddy with the possibility that the mother of one might once again defy her parents' rules.
“Nothing wrong with sports, just hard to play soccer in a skirt,” wrote one commenter.
“Is she allowed to play sports according to your beliefs?” asked another.
“Love this. Start early!” a third exclaimed.
Interestingly, Jeremy's previous career -- and his confessions about the life he lived as a college and professional athlete -- are among the reasons that Jinger's parents are less than crazy about the guy.
“I was part of the college party scene and was not living wisely. I began sliding down the slippery, destructive slopes of lust, selfishness, and pride," Vuolo once wrote on his personal website.
"But as my life in the party-scene continued to decline, my performance on the field, as well as the relationships with those around me, also declined," he continued.
"It did not take very long for me to realize that my sin was catching up with me quickly.”
Jeremy concluded his piece:
“My lifelong passion of playing soccer for a living began to dwindle as a burning desire to serve God as a preacher and a pastor was growing."
You would think that last part would be enough to endear him to Jim Bob -- but apparently, it wasn't.
So you know Jeremy would absolutely love it if his daughter flipped a big middle finger to her grandfather by growing up to be a pious soccer star.