Little People Audrey Roloff shares video of son Radley after she was ripped off for covering her baby with a ‘dangerous’ blanket

AUDREY Roloff is discovering her young son, sharing a boomerang video of Radley cuddling in her arms.

The Little People star is trying to move on, after fans tore her to pieces for sharing a photo of her newborn baby almost completely covered in a fur blanket.

Audrey and Radley pose for the camera


Audrey and Radley pose for the cameraCredit: Instagram
Jeremy & Audrey Roloff's $750k Oregon cabin features a sauna and mountain views


Jeremy & Audrey Roloff’s $750k Oregon cabin features a sauna and mountain viewsCredit: Audrey Roloff / Instagram

On Monday, a smiling Audrey sat with her two-month-old baby in her arms.

She captioned the photo: “Work bud says hello.”

Last week, fans criticized the 30-year-old for posting a picture of Radley nearly suffocating in a blanket.

Along with the photo, the Little People, Big World star wrote that her youngest son was “huddled in another Kalin rooster”.

She also shared a link to the blanket when she was offering a 10 percent discount for first-time buyers.

As soon as Audrey posted the photo, fans flocked to Reddit to slap a mother of three who allowed her son to sleep with a thick blanket.


While sharing the Instagram Story photo, the first Reddit user wrote: “I know Audrey is right there because she’s taking the picture but does this make anyone else nervous?!”

Others agreed that the blanket made them nervous, as another wrote: “It’s just dangerous and unnecessary.”

A third person explained Aurdrey’s mistake, writing: “Safe sleep guidelines recommend that babies always go out to sleep on a flat surface, alone, with nothing in their crib. Blankets pose a suffocation hazard.

“Generally if you have a mom or dad there watching, you’re fine – they can step in if there’s a problem with the blanket – but I’m pregnant and safe sleeping is so deeply embedded in my brain, I understand. created this photo someone worried. ”

The following person called by Audrey and her husband Jeremy Roloff, 31, wrote: “Yes. Everything about these two parenting jobs worries me.”

Another reviewer commented: “Just looking at that picture makes my eyes hot. I can’t imagine how hot that poor baby in that blanket would be?”

Audrey and Jeremy married in 2014, while they also share daughter Ember, four, and son Bode, one.

Meanwhile, they welcome Radley in November.

Earlier this month, husband Jeremy Roloff found himself a victim of criticism, after disturbing the family with some noisy home renovations at night.

The reality TV star has worked hard to rebuild the home he shares with wife Audrey and their three children.


But an image update shared on Reddit has displeased Jeremy for disrupting his baby’s sleep schedule.

One person responded to Audrey’s quick post: “Obviously she’s upset that he’s working so late. It’s clear the kids’ bedtime is important to her.”

The commenter added: “So TF he acts like a kid who has to drag all night when he has more time in the day than me.”

Another user echoed the statement writing: “Hate because I agree with her, what parent does this to young children at night?!?”

The child seems to be waving hello


The child seems to be waving helloCredit: Instagram
Audrey got slammed for wrapping this blanket too close to her son's face


Audrey got slammed for wrapping this blanket too close to her son’s faceCredit: Instagram / Audrey Roloff
Radley was born in November 2021


Radley was born in November 2021Credit: Instagram / Audrey Roloff

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