Concerned Fans Accuse Zach And Tori Roloff Of Putting Baby Jackson In Danger

Treva Bowdoin

Some Little People, Big World fans totally freaked out over a photo that Tori Roloff recently shared on her Instagram page. It was supposed to depict a sweet father-son moment, but a few of Tori's followers accused her and Zach of doing something that put baby Jackson in serious danger, just for the sake of a social media photo op.

However, as reported by PopCulture, 11-month-old Jackson actually wasn't at risk at all in the photo that had fans crying fowl. In the snapshot, Zach Roloff is seated on a commercial grade riding lawnmower with his baby boy in his lap. Many of Tori's upset Instagram followers assumed that the machine was in operation when the photo was taken, and they responded to the image with a mixture of anger and concern.

Zach and Tori Roloff were warned that there have been cases of young children losing their limbs and even their lives to the fast-moving blades of riding lawnmowers, and this is true. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a 3-year-old girl was killed last September when her father accidentally backed over her with a riding lawnmower.

A few of Tori's followers pointed out that it's possible to drive a riding lawnmower around without the blades in operation, but this didn't make critics of the photo feel any better about it.

"No one should ever ride a child on a mower whether the blades are running or not," read one response to the photo. "This is so dangerous. I'm not a hater. I think Zack's family is sweet."

Tori Roloff later shared a few less controversial family photos in an Instagram slideshow. They were taken at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm located outside of Salem, Oregon. In the first of the professionally-shot images, she and Zach are squatting down and holding baby Jackson up in a standing position. Jackson is waving to the camera in the second sweet snapshot, and he's holding hands with his parents in the third photo. The final image is a photo of Zach and Tori in a field of tulips.

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