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tiffanyraina / kinsleyraina
January 26, 2016
3:37 pm
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ineedabiggerhulahoop
Hamcat
Meows: 155
Snarking Since:
May 6, 2015

The comments on her instagram pics — no way. It makes my stomach turn. How on earth can she think this is okay?? I had pretty chunky babies and I wasn't doing anything different or feeding them extra food — they were just "big". However, now that they are older, they are all on the thin side so it doesn't really matter in the long run.

That being said — when I saw her pics … HOLY cow .. that does NOT look healthy!!! That is beyond baby fat wouldn't you say? I would be really worried if I were her parents. 

She really needs to GOMI — she is a terrible mother for doing this. 

January 26, 2016
9:13 pm
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sgberg
Cat
Meows: 30
Snarking Since:
January 2, 2013

Woah those flower petal bath pictures are a whole other level of creepy. This chick has some serious issues and that poor baby she's exposing to so many p**ophiles. My adult self would be pissed at my Mother. Poor thing.

And no one is snarking on the baby. She's cute as can be. All I'm saying is if it was My baby and my doctor said that was normal, I'd still be concerned and would be seeking out a second opinion. My diabetic friend had a 13lb baby and she's nowhere near as large at 8 months.

January 26, 2016
11:34 pm
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beard rides
Hamcat
Meows: 124
Snarking Since:
April 10, 2014

i just went to her instagram to see if i think the baby is too big (and i do not, for the record) but it took me so long to scroll through all her desperate brand rep aspiration grams that i got bored and clicked out.  jk, i also spent a sec thinking that tbt pic of her pregnant is all we need to know about why this baby is big haha.  yikes!

January 27, 2016
12:19 am
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Purple21
Feline Porklord
Meows: 4067
Snarking Since:
July 28, 2014

The desperate product placement is driving me crazy! The baby's wearing a bodysuit with the message "Because I don't have hair…" but she does have hair! She's under a swaddle from some company called Ocean and Friends, printed with seahorses, the mother has said "perfect for my little mermaid" as if this kid is swimming every day.

Also the photo of the baby eating for the first time – those little cubes of food are probably fairly soft, but are they suitable shapes/ sizes for first foods? Surely the baby would be coughing and sputtering over a mouthful like that. It doesn't look as if she's eaten much so my guess is that they just look prettier and more photogenic sprinkled all over the high chair tray than a banana.

January 31, 2016
6:32 am
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Timsims
Cat
Meows: 44
Snarking Since:
September 24, 2013

Back to the baby pic that started all of this – I just had a random meme come up in my facebook feed – shared by a friend. The baby photo has been used by a supplements company with an *omgsowitty* caption underneath it. How does it feel to know that YOUR child's image is being used, shared and assumed by total strangers? I have no idea how any mother would MAKE this happen, f**king disgraceful.angry

January 31, 2016
7:44 am
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JackieVoyeur
Hamcat
Meows: 153
Snarking Since:
February 5, 2013

ineedabiggerhulahoop meowed That being said — when I saw her pics … HOLY cow .. that does NOT look healthy!!! That is beyond baby fat wouldn't you say? I would be really worried if I were her parents. 

She really needs to GOMI — she is a terrible mother for doing this. 

She is a terrible mother and does need to GOMI but that's a normal fat baby. That's not even an unusually fat baby. When my kittens were little I was a La Leche League leader and we had a couple of babies in our group who were exclusively breastfed and were just that chubby. They slimmed down once they started walking.

January 31, 2016
5:02 pm
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Karen Walker
Senior Hamcat
Meows: 530
Snarking Since:
February 6, 2013

JackieVoyeur meowed

ineedabiggerhulahoop meowed That being said — when I saw her pics … HOLY cow .. that does NOT look healthy!!! That is beyond baby fat wouldn't you say? I would be really worried if I were her parents. 

She really needs to GOMI — she is a terrible mother for doing this. 

She is a terrible mother and does need to GOMI but that's a normal fat baby. That's not even an unusually fat baby. When my kittens were little I was a La Leche League leader and we had a couple of babies in our group who were exclusively breastfed and were just that chubby. They slimmed down once they started walking.

Eh…I'm going to disagree that the baby is "normal". She's fine I'm sure but that amount of baby chub really isn't the norm.

January 31, 2016
9:39 pm
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Purple21
Feline Porklord
Meows: 4067
Snarking Since:
July 28, 2014

I think we have to put the question of whether the baby weight is normal or unhealthy on hold for a few months until the baby starts running around and reaches her natural proportions.

Originally, I thought she was perfectly healthy at a chunky phase (and it didn't help that the world needed to see the nude pics of all the rolls) but then I wasn't so sure…. now I'm back to thinking the baby must be perfectly healthy, because for one thing, she has a genuinely devoted and adoring mother who (with all her other faults) would be monitoring her health; and for another thing, that adoring mother seems so hungry for attention and validation, I don't think she'd hesitate to use a health issue as a promotional strategy. 

ETA: She is a terrible mother, marketing that baby's "chunkiness" as if it is her only identity. Today on IG, she has a little video of her with the baby singing "If you're chunky and you know it, clap your hands." Just in case anyone forgets why this baby is "famous" in the first place.

Speaking from a marketing perspective, maybe she should diversify the baby's appeal, so that it doesn't damage her brand awareness if the baby slims down. 

February 5, 2016
8:03 pm
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A Hedgehog Emerging From A Lake Of Canola Oil
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 479
Snarking Since:
March 1, 2015

(That feeling when half your post doesn't post, and then the next day when you go to edit it you can't find the source)

February 6, 2016
5:53 am
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Purple21
Feline Porklord
Meows: 4067
Snarking Since:
July 28, 2014

I love the little thought for the day on Tiffany's IG … "If the world was blind, how many people would you impress?" 

But Tiffany, if the world was blind, there would be no more Instagram marketing of babies, and your gorgeous little daughter would only be able to impress her immediate family and your closest friends, which is exactly how it should be.

There don't seem to be many replies to that post from 4 days ago, so maybe someone pointed out it was a tad hypocritical. 

February 6, 2016
6:18 am
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oh my god, Umbridge, stop texting me
Cat
Meows: 17
Snarking Since:
January 20, 2016

I just looked at this woman's feed for the first time after seeing the original fluffy picture a little while ago; now I regularly see it pop up with random memes underneath with jokes about "need to get that bikini bod" and stuff. I didn't really have much issue with the original photo I suppose, but after looking at her feed I must admit I'm a little creeped out. I wonder if the child will enjoy all the jokes strangers made about them on the Internet when they were a baby? Does that never cross these mommy bloggers minds, or are clicks just too important..?

February 25, 2016
1:03 pm
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A Hedgehog Emerging From A Lake Of Canola Oil
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 479
Snarking Since:
March 1, 2015

Tiffany is now upset about having established a following for her baby, and has posted on Instagram scolding people for asking for pictures of Kinsley.  It is hilarious and awful, and the comment section is about as full of WTFery as you might imagine.  There are many who comment things like "We follow for Kinsley, not for you!", and, of course, the inevitable Tiffany defenders, such as this display of utter obliviousness to reality:

 

  • ashleykrugxoxoI just went through all the comments and wow, people get so offended so easily. This is Tiffany's Instagram. If SHE wants to post other things on HER account….THAT'S OKAY! How was she suppose to know that posting pictures of her little one (by the way is the cutest) was going to explode all over the internet? Like she said, if you have a problem with her posting things NOT about Kinsley….just unfollow. You shouldn't be so butt-hurt about it anyways….it's her account, her child and her life. Not yours. Stay strong mama! ❤️❤️

 

Bolding, of course, mine…

February 25, 2016
1:29 pm
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RESPECT Teal tube of human cookie dough
MEOWGOD
Meows: 13291
Snarking Since:
April 11, 2012

Aunt Jemima Do Rag meowed
Tiffany is now upset about having established a following for her baby, and has posted on Instagram scolding people for asking for pictures of Kinsley.  It is hilarious and awful, and the comment section is about as full of WTFery as you might imagine.  There are many who comment things like "We follow for Kinsley, not for you!", and, of course, the inevitable Tiffany defenders, such as this display of utter obliviousness to reality:

 

  • ashleykrugxoxoI just went through all the comments and wow, people get so offended so easily. This is Tiffany's Instagram. If SHE wants to post other things on HER account….THAT'S OKAY! How was she suppose to know that posting pictures of her little one (by the way is the cutest) was going to explode all over the internet? Like she said, if you have a problem with her posting things NOT about Kinsley….just unfollow. You shouldn't be so butt-hurt about it anyways….it's her account, her child and her life. Not yours. Stay strong mama! ❤️❤️

 

Bolding, of course, mine…

My eyes couldn't roll hard enough when I saw she had posted a rant.  Don't her followers know they are suppose to like her shilling other things other than whoring out her baby?



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