|Tia Mowry, Cory, & Cree Hardrict YBF|
I'm a lover not a fighter. But if someone calls my baby ugly, then it's time to take off my jewelry and break out the vaseline. Lucky for me, I've only heard sweet things about my baby girl. However, not everyone can say the same. I recently came across this article on Babycenter,
where the author criticizes people for making harsh comments about Tia Mowry-Hardrict's son, Cree. It's seems unreal for people to be so rude.
Here are just some of the comments posted on YBF
"The baby looks like a little old man. It's not his fault though, his parents chemistries just didnt mix together well."
"that kid's head is beyond massive. damn."
"That baby is beyond ugly. People have the right to say how they feel. The kid is ugly but then again so is the father."
Tia is obviously a lady of class. She responds to those naysayers on her Facebook page:
“It’s disgusting that some focus on looks. I brought a beautiful child into this world” – Tia Mowry.
She gets mad props for sounding off and defending her child on Facebook. Even though I've never been in this situation, it does hit a soft spot. As a mom, I'll do anything to protect my child. I'll admit- some babies are cuter than others. I've seen babies who I wouldn't consider adorable. Take it from this former ugly baby (so I've been told), verbally assaulting a child is not cool. If you don't feel a kid is cute, just don't say anything. You can always stick with comments like:
"God bless him/her."
"What a precious baby!"
You can also focus on beautiful features by saying things like, "She has beautiful eyes."
As an infant, I remember people saying how much they adored Princess's head. Someone also couldn't stop talking about how much they loved the back of her neck. I appreciated those compliments. They could of said, "Dam, she's bald!! But, they focused on her beautiful assets. FYI, there's nothing wrong with being bald. I am a former baldy.
As for Tia's baby Cree, I happen to think he's a cutie pie. To say anything insulting is just heartless. Just think- would you want your child growing up and reading these negative opinions?
Has anyone ever called your baby ugly?
Labels: Babycenter, Cory Hardrict, Cree Hardrict, Sound off, Tia Mowry, YBF