Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are being bashed by fans after posting another photo on Instagram of their 2-year-old son Israel with yet another black eye.

Everyone who has ever dealt with a toddler is well aware they are pretty clumsy and are always falling, bumping their heads, and banging themselves up pretty much on a daily basis. They don't call it the school of hard knocks for nothing right? However, Duggar Family fans are speaking out again questioning some of the Duggar family's parenting techniques.

Is Duggar family Blanket Training getting out of control?

Fans have spoken out numerous times over one type of parenting techniques in particular that they feel is extremely harsh for the young Duggar children to undergo...

Blanket training. As previously reported, in June the Duggar family was under fire once again when Jill Duggar Dillard revealed she had been using the technique with her son.

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Blanket training involves the practice of placing a small child on a blanket forcing them to stay put or face having their parents snap a ruler or some utensil at them everytime they attempt to move away from the blanket area. The Duggar family controversies seem to come closer and closer together these days. Several days ago Jill's husband Derick took the social media Twitter attacking 16-year-old trans advocate Jazz Jennings and her TLC reality series.

According to In THG, Dillard posted the following tweet...“What an oxymoron... a ‘reality’ show which follows a non-reality,” the dad-of-two wrote.

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“‘Transgender’ is a myth. Gender is not fluid; it's ordained by God.” Fans quickly came to Jennings' defense slamming Dillard for hate comments. One commentor brought up Derick's brother-in-law Josh Duggar cautioning him to be careful, or he may suffer a fate similar to Josh.

Numerous others slammed him for bullying a child, insinuating that TLC may step in on the matter. As many fans as the Duggar family have, they are equal in number to non-fans who disagree with everything about the controversial family.

One thing is for sure the non-Duggar fans are going to be paying close attention to Derick Dillard and Jill Duggar's every move looking for any signs that point to the mistreatment of not only their children but all children.

What are your thoughts on the Duggar family, are they pushing the limits too far these days with all the public controversy?