Do not come for Chrissy Teigen! The model clapped back at trolls on social media after users critiqued her parenting style. The 33-year-old uploaded the cutest video of her son, Miles, walking around the bathroom on Tuesday, July 30, on Instagram. “Oh it is f—king ON. We are screwed,” Chrissy joked.
However, some users thought that her little boy could hurt himself. One person wrote, “Wow, such a safe area,” while another echoed, “Learning to walk on hard marble with sharp tub corners??” A third person chimed in, writing, “That’s a sharp corner!”
But the brunette beauty wasn’t having it. “I have to block like 20-30 people every time I post my kids,” she quipped. “So many dummies. Is someone forcing you at gunpoint to be annoying?” Of course, people immediately agreed with the cookbook author. “Don’t bother, sweetie. Your kids are everything,” they wrote. Another added, “Don’t mind the haters, babe. They’re just jealous of everything you have!! Looove your family. #Goals.”
The next day, the Bring the Funny host posted another video of Miles sipping on his bottle, and yet again, the mommy shamers came out to play. “Somebody tell me that’s a glass wall,” one person wrote. “OMFG. There is so much wrong here. He could fall in. How would you save him holding your phone? Why does he have a bottle? This is absurd,” a second person fumed. Naturally, someone else brought up her previous post, writing, “So glad he escaped your marble torture room unscathed.” Fortunately, Chrissy seems like she does a good job at blocking out the haters.
Oh, and the mom of two isn’t afraid to respond to anyone — even if it doesn’t have to do with her children. On July 28, Chrissy shared a video to Twitter of her family cooking a fresh batch of beignets in hot oil and dipping the treats in their signature powdered sugar coating. “Aren’t you supposed to let the oil drain and then sprinkle them lightly with powdered sugar?” asked one user. “These look like sugar got wet and melted. Still look good, but the sugar looks pasty.”
“To everyone saying this: Just shut up already,” she vented on social media. “They were awesome, and this is how *we* like them. Sugar sticks to the hot oil, and I eat them piping hot when they’re crispy and perfectly moist inside. Make your own, thank you, goodbye.”
And that is how you do it, people.
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