Pink has shared tons of pictures of her beautiful family over the years and she's always shown herself to be a fantastic mom.
This week on Instagram she took to sharing a family moment while preparing dinner, keeping the kids close at hand while getting stuff done. Classic mom multitasking.
But hey, this is the internet. And the first rule of the internet is that someone has an unsolicited critical opinion of everything that anyone has ever done. Onward came the trolls:
"Dangerous stuff for your kids! Stop doing this! U a great singer, don’t need to expose your baby to boiling oil. Are you insane this days? This picture would give a good example of what not to do with small children. Shocking picture. Hope to see you giving better exemples to the working mothers. I am a parent to. Cheer. Just terrible."
Spelling errors aside, the sentiment was echoed elsewhere.
"1 kid on the counter on kid strapped to her chest the closest to the hot pan i mean it is pretty stupid coming from mum of 4 boys not allowed in kitchen when im cooking"
Grammatical errors aside, we heard more critique.
"Isnt that dangerous for the baby. What if something spits oil out in pan onto the babies head."
Thankfully, the second rule of the internet is "Look out for the Popular Backlash". As soon as moms everywhere read these comments, the support came out in droves.
Saw this pic in my feed a few days ago and the only thing I thought was how cool it is that can probably afford her own personal chef but she's cooking for her self and her family even though she has 2 small children one being an infant. Then I saw the non sense of mom shaming her ....Ridiculous! She is hardcore rocking the mom thing!
Not just experienced moms came to her aid, it came from everywhere:
You rule. I can barely cook dinner for myself as a 29 year old woman without kids, and I can't even imagine trying to do so while wrangling two little ones. I'm sure you won't, but just in case - don't let the haters bring you down.
Terse is good, too.
Like a seasoned pro. Cheers to being strong women raising strong women
Seems to us like an excellent mom would want to keep her kids involved with the regular day to day operations of the household. Not everybody is so lucky to be raised so attentively, so we'd like to give one of our favorite moms a shout out - rock on, Pink. And keep the family pics coming.
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