There are fewer things sadder than a family who wants nothing more than to have a child but can't. But thankfully we're in a day and age where science is capable of magical things, I'm talking straight up biblical miracles where people who were previously blind or deaf can see and hear all of a sudden and couples who previously couldn't have children can now procreate and form their own offspring.
Unfortunately though, treatments like IVF have their own social stigmas attached to them, which may sound absurd, because who would fault someone for wanting to bring a child into this world and raise them, right?
Unfortunately someone had the gall to throw shade in Chrissy Teigen's way for having IVF done to conceive her beautiful baby with hubby John Legend.
Teigen's been very vocal about the struggles she faced in her journey to motherhood and answers people's questions online quite candidly.
Like in this interview with FABLife:
"John and I were having trouble. We would have kids five, six years ago if it happened. It’s kind of crazy, because I can’t imagine being that nosy to be like, ‘So, when are the kids coming?’ because who knows what somebody’s going through. So anytime somebody asks if I’m going to have kids I’m just like, ‘One day you’re going to ask that to the wrong girl who is really struggling and it’s going to be really hurtful to them and I hate that. Stop asking me.'"
Teigen explained her and John's decision to have a girl, which prompted a lot of people on social media to come at her.
But the thing about Chrissy is that she is kind of a pro at shutting trolls down online.
And after she revealed at the SAG awards that her and her husband would be having "a boy for sure" as their next little bundle of joy, people were up in arms.
She logically explained why she'd have to have a boy, delineating that it wasn't exactly a preference.
But then, of course, someone had to go and get all personal, condescending, and offensive suggesting Teigen didn't want to have sex to conceive.
And Teigen wasn't having any of it.
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