Anna Duggar understandably has a lot on her mind these days.
Her family's compound recently got raided by federal agents and, let's not forget, she's married to a child molester.
We feel badly for her, really we do. And yet...
... these can't be excuses for literally losing track of one's child in a very public place.
According to an onlooker -- who spoke on the condition of anonymity to Radar Online -- at the Silver Dollar City Theme Park in Branson, Missouri on Wednesday, Anna misplaced a kid for the second time in just over a month.
Here is the account from that eyewitness:
“Josh and Anna were sitting on the asphalt within the park while their kids ran around from ride to ride.
"It was so weird that they were a bit far from their kids, but all of a sudden Anna was looking really frantic."
Which child allegedly went missing?
It's unclear at this time.
“They were all concerned," though, this Radar report reads. "But then Jim Bob Duggar found her in the butterfly ride and told Anna, who was relieved.”
To be clear, we can't verify this account or anything.
But Anna and her immediate family were, indeed, at this amusement park on the date in question.
"We had such a fun family day at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri yesterday," wrote Anna on Thursday via Instagram, adding:
"The kiddos always love it and the weather was great too -- getting an early start to celebrating Christmas!
"It was great to get some walking in and hopefully our precious baby girl will be arriving soon (I’m due next week)! #littleduggars."
Back in mid-October, we also wrote about the claim that Anna Duggar had come very close to losing one of her five children.
In that instance, the family was visiting Jinger Duggar in Los Angeles and at the Autry Museum.
According to yet another unnamed individual on the scene, Anna appeared “frantic” when little Mason disappeared from sight.
She reportedly ran around the halls of this museum in search of the two-year old, yelling at her other kids because they were supposed to have been keeping an eye on him.
Finally, after minutes that likely felt like hours, Jinger called out to assure her sister that Mason had been found.
We cannot confirm for certain that this incident happened, but no Duggar family member has come out and denied it, for whatever that is worth.
Recent reports, meanwhile, indicate that Homeland Security agents made a visit to one of Josh’s businesses this month.
Authorities have stated that some sort of "ongoing federal investigation" is taking place, although Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have claimed the opposite.
“We were shocked to see a news report today state that our home was visited by federal law enforcement agencies,” they wrote on November 19.
“This is not true. To the best of our knowledge, it’s also not true that any member of our family is the target of any investigation of any kind.”
Note the specificity there, however.
The Duggar say no search of their home was ever conducted, but reports have since detailed how Josh's car business is actually what's under investigation at the moment.
For what possible reason?
Tragically for Anna and her kids -- including the one on the way in the very near future -- it really could be anything at all with this cheater and abuser.