Chrissy Teigen trolls the mommy-shamers about how she held children in photo

Chrissy Teigen with baby Miles and Luna. (Photo: Chrissy Teigen Instagram)
Chrissy Teigen with baby Miles and Luna. (Photo: Chrissy Teigen Instagram)

American model Chrissy Teigen has had enough of people judging her parenting style. She recently took to social media slamming all mommy shamers.

Chrissy has been criticised multiple times about her parenting style since she gave birth to her first child Luna. In 2016, the now mother-of-two posted a picture of her holding her daughter Luna. A twitter user then criticised Chrissy about how she held her baby in a since-deleted tweet. 

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Recently, she shared a sweet photo of herself, two-year-old daughter Luna and six-week-old son Miles on Instagram. In the picture Chrissy can be seen holding both her kids in her arms near a restaurant by the beach.

She captioned the picture, “Should I post the one where his head looks unsupported but my face looks good and Luna is over it, the one where his head is supported but my face is just okay and Luna is over it, or him crying and my face looks okay and Luna is over it?”

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Minutes after she posted the picture, the mommy-shamers were out to play. 

She was then criticised again for "exposing her baby son to the sun" which is why – according to the shamers – he seems to be crying in the picture.

One woman commented, “Why is that baby out in the sun like that?? That’s why he crying.” 

To which Chrissy replied, “He told me he loves it.”

Although Chrissy gets a lot of flack for how she parents her kids, she seems to know exactly how to defend herself against the trolls.

Source: Time, Cosmopolitan, Instagram

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