Joy-Anna Duggar Had The Perfect Response To Those Pregnancy Rumors

Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned — or in this case, a woman who finds herself squashing pregnancy rumors mere months after giving birth. Unfortunately, that's just what happened to reality TV personality Joy-Anna Duggar, but we'll get to that in a moment.

As reported by In Touch Weekly, reality TV personality Joy-Anna welcomed a little bundle of joy on Aug. 21, 2020, following a tragic and devastating miscarriage in July 2019. The baby girl weighed in at 8 lbs, 5 oz, and was 19.5 inches long. Joy-Anna and her husband, Austin Forsyth, named her Evelyn. "To say my heart is full is an understatement," the Counting On star gushed. "We have been dreaming of this day and are so happy to announce that our baby girl arrived August 21 at 2:12 p.m. weighing 8 lbs, 5 oz and is 19.5 inches long! She has the best personality, is easy going and loves to be held! She has her nights and days mixed up, but honestly, I love it! Getting to spend that quiet, quality time with her through the night has been SO special!"

Unfortunately, it hasn't been all rainbows and sunshine for the mama. Keep reading after the jump to learn how she slammed an internet troll shortly after giving birth.

Joy-Anna Duggar clapped back at internet troll

As In Touch Weekly reported in October 2020, a commenter had the nerve to publicly wonder if Joy-Anna Duggar was already pregnant again — only two months after giving birth to her new baby girl, Evelyn. "Oh God she's not pregnant again..." the Instagram user insinuated under an array of photos of Joy-Anna with her husband, Austin Forsyth. The nerve! Although to be fair, the Duggar women typically don't have long gaps between pregnancies — Kendra Duggar, for instance, announced she's pregnant with baby number three just nine months after giving birth to her daughter, Addison. And maybe this fan assumed Joy-Anna and Austin's photoshoot was a pregnancy announcement. 

Either way, Joy-Anna is a force to reckoned with, even if she is only a few weeks postpartum. The Arkansas resident quickly got to work clapping back at the perhaps overly curious insinuation. "I have a 9-week-old," Duggar matter of factly replied. It's worth noting that, although every person is different, ovulation typically returns 74 days postpartum for non-breastfeeding parents, according to Healthline. Of course, we don't know — nor have the right to speculate — about Joy-Anna's situation.

Here's to hoping that this mama can get some rest... from both the late-night feedings and the internet trolls.