AUDREY Roloff has come under fire again for her messy lifestyle.
This time, the Little People, Big World star is being criticized for letting her young son Radley play in a room full of dirty dangers.
In an Instagram story, Audrey, 31, shared a video of her nine-month-old son jumping around in a baby bouncer attached to a wall frame in front of what appeared to be his nursery.
The tiny tot was all smiles as he twisted around non-stop.
Mom even captioned the video: “My jumping bean.”
But behind the bean, clearly visible, was a mess of sharp toys scattered on the floor, including a construction truck, books and papers and action figures.
Audrey made no excuse for the mess, defending it in a follow up post.
“Y’all…this is nothing,” she shared. “And in case you’re new around here, this is (and definitely won’t be in the coming months) your place for picture perfect home content.”
Even before baby Radley’s arrival, his nursery was a mess, as Audrey struggled to keep it clean.
Last October, just one month before his birth, Jeremy Roloff’s wife gave fans a glimpse at her new baby’s nursery, which featured a crib, baby toys, a rocker and a neck pillow, all on the floor.
A pile of baby clothes were compiled in the middle of the floor, while the room also includes what appears to be a suitcase ready for the upcoming delivery.
The reality star captioned the clip: “Baby number 3’s room.”
Audrey’s sloppiness seems to extend to her car as well.
In February, the mom-of-three showed off the interior of her automobile, which revealed trash and wires soaked in coffee.
Audrey uploaded a boomerang of the drink which had fallen on the vehicle’s floor over a pile of wires and the kids’ artwork.
She explained the mess with the caption: “When you forget you were resting it in the console.”
The next story showed her post had received a response from her husband Jeremy, which read: “Mad.”
Sharing it with her followers, she responded with a sassy comeback and quipped: “Cares more about the truck than my caffeine necessities while on my own with the kids…”, followed by an eye-roll emoji.
Even an activity as innocent as game night can become dangerous at the Roloff home – as evident by the kids playing Candyland next to a roaring fire – without a screen or protector.
In a shared video, Audrey’s two other children, Ember, four, and Bode, two, ran around the living room while playing the iconic board game.
However, as wholesome as the video clip was, some fans were extremely concerned with how close Bode stumbled towards the open fireplace.
The fans took to Reddit to sound off.
One voiced: “I’m getting anxious.”
Another added: “Holy s*** that’s anxiety inducing.”
A third wrote: “candyland by the fire about to be candyland IN the fire.”