Jeremy Calvert did not give his four-year old daughter a Queen Else doll for Christmas.
He did not get little Adalynn a play kitchen or a few board games, either.
Instead, the Teen Mom 2 star presented the toddler with an actual rifle, the sort of weapon that one points at things and then pulls the trigger to shoot real bullets at those things.
Was this wildly inappropriate? Or actually very responsible?
See the weapon in question and join the debate below...
Jeremy is No Longer with Leah Messer
We don't believe so, at least, despite a few rumors to the contrary. Still, to his credit, the reality star remains pretty close to his daughter.
What Do You Get a Girl Who Has Everything?
Well, we're not sure if Addie does have everything. But we do know she now owns a gun, courtesy of her dad this Christmas.
And She Loves It!
Addie is clearly happy about the gift, but does that mean it was an appropriate gift? It's the job of a parent to decide what his child ought to own, right, not to just base everything on what might make her happy?
Wrote Jeremy as a Caption:
"My baby dolls 1st 22 cal crickett...... and yes @leahdawn92mtv is aware of this..... @nationalrifleassociation @nratv @nrawomen gun safety 100% #daddiescountrygirl #muddygirlcamo #22crickett #adalynnfaith." So... Leah approved of the gift and Jeremy thinks he's being responsible by teaching his toddler gun safety at an early age.
I Have More to Say!
Added Jeremy in a second Instagram caption: "And here is the other one...... all pinkkkk @nationalrifleassociation @nratv @nrawomen @nrafamily #countrygirl #adalynnfaith #daddiescountrygirl @leahdawn92mtv."
What Do You Think, Twitter?
Not surprisingly, plenty of users were/are aghast over Jeremy thinking this gift was remotely a good idea.