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Online Pleas for a Mother to Stop Posting Baby Photos

Discover the controversy as a mom faces online pleas to halt baby photo posts. Dive into the online debate and judge for yourself.

Online pleas abound as social media becomes the primary communication tool. While sharing kids’ pictures is common, this young mother’s experience diverges with distinct comments and treatment of her child. Yet, she has a few things to say…

Natasha, a young mom, is navigating the challenges of motherhood. While she enjoys sharing online snapshots of her one-year-old son Raedyn, she faces uncommon and intense online bullying targeting her son’s appearance.

 

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Videos featuring Natasha and her son Raedyn on TikTok receive numerous comments urging her to cease posting images of her son.

Despite the negative online pleas, Natasha says: “I will not stop… just because he looks different doesn’t mean that he is any less – he is perfect.”

Natasha faces relentless questioning both online and in real life about Raedyn’s appearance and quality of life.

 

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Trolls on TikTok ask “What’s wrong with your child? Why does your child look like that?”, while people in public approach Natasha with rude comments. These encounters exhaust her, making it challenging to be in public due to the repetitive explanations about her son’s health.

 

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Natasha advocates for her son’s right to life and acceptance, expressing frustration at the constant scrutiny based on his looks. She emphasizes Raedyn’s normalcy despite his differences, rejecting the notion that he exists solely as a lesson or a subject for the world to dissect. Natasha wishes for a more accepting world that doesn’t judge people based on appearance or abilities.

In her plea, Natasha implores others to realize that she’s just a mother, and Raedyn is just a baby. Their lives don’t revolve around his diagnosis, and the constant questioning takes a toll on her mentally and emotionally.

 

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She says: “He lives a life like every other child… does he look different? Absolutely – but that doesn’t make him any less. He deserves life, he deserves acceptance – I will fight until my dying day for that. What people need to understand is that I am just a mum and my son is just a baby… our life doesn’t revolve around his diagnosis.”

 

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“My son looks a little bit different but that doesn’t mean he is just a lesson to give the world. It’s exhausting mentally and emotionally to go over the same diagnosis and explain my son’s health problems over and over to people. We are just a normal family. I pray for the world to accept disabled people one day and not judge off of their appearance and the things they cannot do,” she added

She longs for a world where disabled individuals are accepted without judgment, emphasizing the importance of kindness and acceptance in society.

Written by Dadadel

Adelaida, the founder of Dadadel Creative, boasts a multifaceted background, blending expertise in software engineering, copywriting, and digital marketing. Prior to establishing her agency, she honed her skills as the former Head of the News Department at a regional media outlet, and also amassing 18 years of experience as a host. She has a penchant for sarcasm, a passion for lifestyle topics, and an undeniable love for cats.

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