Zach Roloff Gets Accused of Endangering His Son
Irritating, cruel and judgmental people on the Internet are on the attack once again.
And this time, Zach Roloff is the target.
As part of his recent visit to his mother’s native state of Michigan, Zach shared an adorable photo of his son on Instagram this week.
It featured Jackson sitting peacefully on his own on the beach, chilling in front of the water, seemingly contemplating life and all that lies in front of him.
At least that’s how we interpreted this image.
Who would look at this snapshot and think it was anything but precious, cute and even artistic?
The sad answer? A large number of people on the World Wide Web.
“Kind of too close to the water for that baby by himself,” one idiotic person wrote as a comment to the photo.
“I hope someone was closer by,” added another moron.
Unfortunately, this is not the first time total strangers have looked at a harmless picture of Jackson and formed a harsh and critical opinion of his parents based on it.
Back in April, a handful of followers freaked out in equally dumb fashion after Roloff was photographed on a tractor, young son on his lap.
It had to eventually be clarified that the tractor was not on and that Zach, of course, had the safety of his offspring at the forefront of his mind at all times.
We hate that it needs to be said, but Zach and Tori have never given Little People, Big World fans any reason to doubt they aren’t loving and dedicated parents.
“Being a dad’s been great. Jackson’s the cutest little thing,” Zach said on an episode of his family’s reality shiw this spring, adding on air:
“I would love to have, like, a little pack. I definitely want to have more kids.”
His wife, Tori, has subsequently made it pretty clear that a second child will be on the way at some point in the near future.
“We def want to expand our family soon,” she told a social media followers who asked about her baby-making plans last month.
Thankfully, there are a bunch of level-headed folks out there who rushed to Zach’s defense after trolls tried to make him feel guilty for the Jackson back picture.
“Beautiful pic. Only a–holes would worry. These parents are on the case. Stop finding things to b– about,” one of these defenders wrote, while another remarked:
“OMG the baby is 2 feet away from his parents OH NO! PANIC!!! [Shake my head] Stop the lame comments. This kid is fine.”
And then there was this comment:
“People need to understand Zach and Tori are not going to set there and let something happen to there baby.
“Fans need to quit making things seem worse than what it is that’s how crap gets started so fan’s please keep your opinion too to your self please don’t.”