Teen Mom Jenelle Evans shares photo of David with daughter Ensley after being ripped for 4-year-old wearing 'pot' socks

TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans shared a photo of her husband, David Eason, with their daughter Ensley after being ripped for letting the 4-year-old wear "pot" socks.

The former reality TV star was forced to defend her choices and claimed she didn't realize she had let her daughter wear the socks.

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Jenelle, 29, took to Instagram Stories on Monday morning to share an adorable pic of David, 32, and Ensley sitting together on a recliner.

The father-daughter duo smiled happily as David rocked them back and forth.

Along with the picture, she wrote: "Daddy's girl."

Fans have previously slammed the mom of three for allegedly favoring her daughter over her two oldest sons, Jace and Kaiser.


The devoted mom had shared two sweet photos of the youngster taken in a woodland by her teenage half-sister Maryssa.

She captioned the photos: "Ensley is so precious! Maryssa is really good at taking pictures!"

The ex MTV star was slammed by critics who claimed she never shares photos of her sons Jace, 11, or Kaiser, six.

"So cute. She never posts about Kaiser," one wrote on Instagram.


The backlash came after she was slammed for allowing Ensley to wear socks with what appeared to be a "pot leaf" design.

She shared a video of her little one walking around wearing one tall, blue sock with the motif on it.

“Yup… she’s my child,” Jenelle captioned the clip.

Jenelle defended her daughter’s attire and the video, explaining: “We have a ‘sock pile’ in our house that has random socks and do not have matches."

The former Teen Mom 2 star added a shrug emoji and said she "told her to get her socks and didn’t realize it."

Earlier this month, Jenelle was branded a "horrible mother" for feeding her kids an "unhealthy" breakfast of biscuits and gravy.

Jenelle filmed her children eating the classic Southern dish, substituting the "biscuits" for white bread and adding bacon, sausages and gravy.

"Put a piece of fruit on their plate. My gosh. I swear food is the only comfort  those kids get. At least make it a little healthy," one critic wrote on Reddit.

"She needs to feed her kids healthier meals. This is all I have seen them eat besides a roast Jenelle made once," another added.

Jenelle previously hit out at those who criticized her for eating the dish, snapping: "I don't eat this every single morning."

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