AMY Duggar shared a cryptic quote about being "full of yourself."
Her response came as she slammed trolls for branding her with a hurtful nickname.
Amy tweeted: "I’ve found out recently I’m nicknamed “Famy”?? Which is absolutely hilarious. Sooo if you believe that about me. This is for you. :)"
She also added this quote: "Next time somebody tells you 'you're full of yourself' take it as a compliment. What else are you supposed to be filled with other people's validation?"
Earlier this week, Amy also tweeted a cryptic quote about "trust," apparently referring to her cousin Josh's arrest for child pornography.
Amy tweeted: "Don't trust everything you see. Even salt looks like sugar."
Her tweet comes after Josh, 33, was arrested and charged with receiving and possessing child pornography in April, as he awaits his trial on home confinement.
According to the indictment, Josh “knowingly received child pornography” between or about May 14, 2019, and on or about May 16, 2019.
For the second count, Josh “knowingly possessed material that contained images of child pornography,” including “images of minors under the age of 12.”
If convicted, he could receive 20 years in prison with fines up to $250,000 for each count.
Josh pleaded not guilty to the charges at his arraignment and was released a week after the arrest.
The former 19 Kids and Counting star is currently on home confinement until his trial and is living with third-party custodians LaCount and Maria Reber, who are longtime friends of Jim Bob and Michelle.
This week, Amy also broke down in an emotional post about a major "change" after realizing she was leaving the "happy zombie stage" of motherhood behind in a bittersweet and lengthy Instagram post.
The Counting On star mentioned that her husband, Dillon King, had been cleaning out the freezer and found "the last few bags of milk."
Amy and Dillon share their 18-months-old child, Daxton.
The reality star fondly remembered the "sweet memories of pumping, listening to praise and worship music" and getting "alone time" in Daxton's nursery.
Amy described herself: "My clothes were spit up on and my hair was always pulled up and greasy. I felt like a dairy cow, I cared less about makeup, or going out. My bras were soaked through and I barely slept and didn’t feel like myself at all. "
The TV personality mentioned that "change is good" and hoped that the future will "only get better" for her growing son.
Amy concluded: "We now have dinos everywhere, and he is talking and running around and I’m burning calories left and right and I wouldn’t trade this time for anything!! But those silent moments of making liquid gold will be treasured forever."