If you follow them on social media, then you're probably aware that the Duggars get mom-shamed on a daily basis.
Jinger Duggar is fairly new to this experience, not only because she waited longer than her sisters to have children, but also because she's more well-liked than they are.
But no one is spared the wrath of the internet's nastiest trolls, and these days it seems the commenters on Jinger's page are teeing off on her doubly hard to make up for lost time.
Jinger, of course, leads a very different lifestyle than Jill, Jessa, or any of the other Duggar moms of her generation.
For one thing, she lives in Los Angeles, instead of Arkansas, a culture shock that likely would've killed a lesser Duggar.
On top of that, Jinger and her husband seem to occasionally enjoy activities outside the home, even though we're pretty sure there's something about the sinfulness of women enjoying themselves in Jim Bob's version of the Bible.
Earlier this week, the Vuolos attended a soccer game in which Jeremy's former team, the New York Red Bulls, took on the local Los Angeles Football Club.
That turned out to be a bit of a scandalous affair, as some fans now believe Jinger plans to let her daughter play sports, which is strictly verboten in the Duggar's world.
But it doesn't hold a candle to the Duggars' latest outing, in which they dined on ribs at a place with the awesome name of Ribs Against the Machine.
And what did fans take issue with this time?
Surprisingly, it doesn't look like anyone had a problem with the family patronizing a business that's named for an ultra-liberal rap-rock outfit.
But several people were outraged by the fact that Jinger and Jeremy allowed their daughter to feast on delicious barbecued meats.
There were several reasons for this, with some worrying that Jinger would choke on a bone.
(As though Jinger and Jeremy aren't smart enough to pull the meat off with their fingers and feed it to her.)
Others took issue with ... the way rib meat is raised? Is this a thing?
“Please think about that animal that was badly beaten in the face then shot, so you could post a picture of your daughter on Instagram eating ribs,” one user wrote.
"These religions guide humans to respect all life, not to destroy living beings around us," added another.
Fortunately, this was one of those times when Jinger had more supporters than detractors:
“How do you know for certain where and how this restaurant even gets their meat products,” one user responded.
“Ribs are amazing! Looks like she enjoyed!” echoed another.
You know what, folks, the Duggars may have a lot of controversial religious and political beliefs.
But we don't want to live in a world where everyone can't agree that ribs are delicious!