Why Fans Of 1000-Lb Sisters Are Feuding Over Amy Slaton Halterman's New Baby Pic

Although the fate of the "1000-Lb Sisters" series is currently in question, one of its stars is too busy living her best life to worry about it much. Amy Slaton Halterman just gave birth to her second son, Glenn Allen Halterman, on July 5; though he arrived a couple of weeks before his due date, he and his mom are doing fine. The newborn joins big brother Gage Deon, 20 months."[N]ow I have both of my miracle boys; our family is complete!" Amy joyfully told People at the time.

Although Amy had a surprising reaction to the gender reveal of her second pregnancy (she had hoped for a girl), she couldn't be more delighted with being a boy mom. She also knows she's lucky to be a mother at all. She became pregnant with Gage just four months after having gastric bypass weight-loss surgery, which could have resulted in complications (via NBC's "Today"). An episode in Season 3 of "1000-Lb Sisters" (here on YouTube) revealed that Amy was trying to conceive again soon after Gage's birth because of her age. In addition to her weight issues, Amy is diabetic, which also made her pregnancy risky, according to InTouch Weekly

Thousands of the show's fans have congratulated the Haltermans on social media, but some are concerned that Amy may have slipped back into an old habit.

Fans noticed a worrisome detail in a shared photo on social media

On July 26, Amy Slaton Halterman posted some new photos of her sons on Instagram, adding a message to her newborn, Glenn: "Happy 3 week baby. Big bro always got ur back. Between nap time cuddle to making sure you are ok. (note mike and me was beside them so they wont fall)." Most of the commenters on the post were all gushing, but a number of followers commented at the sight of the little ones sleeping on what appeared to be a stained couch. "That's a filthy couch you got your babies laying on. I guess you didn't change your habits at all," said one critic. Another scolded, "Please please keep your house clean for your babies... there is no need for laziness when it comes to keeping where children live clean."

Cleanliness has been a continuing issue for Amy, who admits to having a problem with hoarding. One episode from Season 3 of "1000-Lb Sisters" showed the Haltermans hiring professional cleaners to come to their home because they couldn't handle the out-of-control mess on their own. The season finale, which focused on the family's move, revealed that they brought in a badly stained mattress to their new home (via The U.S. Sun).

But supporters were quick to tell the critics to MYOB. Said one fan from England, "Some of you should be ashamed of yourselves, trying to publicly shame a new Mum. If you've got nothing nice to say, just scroll by!"