Being a celebrity on the internet is a pretty hard task. No matter who you are, or what photo or video you share, it seems as though people will have things to say and will try to bring their negative energy.
Celebrities are always sharing photos and videos of their kids online. No matter how adorable and sweet they are, though, there are always mom-shamers that feel the need to add their own, rude commentary.
Chrissy has two children, Luna and Miles, with husband John Legend.
Many of which involve her husband, John.
Showing that in her life, family always comes first.
From candid moments to funny posts, she isn't afraid to be raw with her followers.
That's what I call multi-tasking.
Chrissy helped bring awareness about these helmets to her followers and normalized these medical devices.
Despite showing her stretchmarks, post-labor diapers, and even honest parenting advice, moms everywhere still judge Chrissy for many of the things she shares online of her kids.
Many people said that Luna was overdue for her first appointment and should have seen gone earlier. Sigh.
Of course, the haters had a field day because Chrissy bought cereal (gasp!) for her kids.
Her adorable son is only a year old.
Miles uses a marble bathtub for support, take a few steps on his own, and then adorably falls to the ground.
While the area was filled with hard surfaces, obviously Chrissy and her mother were close enough to help.
Yikes, that's kind of a graphic scenario for a "first steps" Instagram post.
Everyone is so worried about kids' safety these days. Remember when parents let their kids tumble every now and then?
Luna was totally ready to catch him in case he fell. What an awesome sis!
Yes, lucky to get so many strangers parenting her kids. Is "lucky" the right word? I think I would feel more annoyed than anything.
She wrote on the comments, "I have to block like 20-30 people every time I post my kids," she wrote in the comments. "So many dummies. Is someone forcing you at gunpoint to be annoying."
Regardless of how you choose to raise your kids, there is no "right" and "wrong" way to do so. It's time to stop judging moms for the way they do things.