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tiffanyraina / kinsleyraina
January 11, 2016
7:05 pm
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Goldilocks
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1324
Snarking Since:
March 2, 2013

This woman is seriously delusional.

January 12, 2016
3:31 am
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Purple21
Hamprince of Meowtonia
Meows: 5098
Snarking Since:
July 28, 2014

The comments in a foreign language send shivers down my spine – I'm sure most of them are fairly innocent but still…  and I don't like someone called FiftyShadesOfSin joking with her male friend LordNinoVice about how they want to eat the baby. 

How ignorant do you have to be not to see the risks in this? 

January 12, 2016
7:06 am
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Mrs Grey
Baroness of Ham
Meows: 271
Snarking Since:
March 23, 2014

Purple21 meowed

I've just been looking through IG and I'm confused – I was thinking that even though the baby looked heavy, it was okay because she's standing up in many of the photos, indicating she's way ahead of her milestones for 9 months.

Then I saw one dated 4 weeks ago, where the mum says: 

Someone can officially go from laying down to sitting up! Walked in to see Kinsley sitting up after her nap. 


The baby is 9 months old and she can only just pull herself up to a sitting position? All babies vary but this milestone is generally around 6 months so there is definitely a physical reason to be concerned about her weight right now.

Also – how does she get all those photos of the baby looking like she's standing up if Baby can't even sit up independently? Does she Velcro the poor kid to the brick wall?

Anyway, over the last week or two the photos of the baby are all clothed – no more nude shots – so maybe Mommie learned a valuable lesson (although she hasn't taken the nude ones down along with all those dubious foreign comments.)

Purple21 my baby didn't do this until 10 months old and is average weight. I think your comment is unfair; babies develop at their own rate. You shouldn't be snarking on a baby FFS.

January 12, 2016
9:22 am
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Your Tampa is Showing
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1562
Snarking Since:
June 30, 2012

Purple21 meowed
The comments in a foreign language send shivers down my spine – I'm sure most of them are fairly innocent but still…  and I don't like someone called FiftyShadesOfSin joking with her male friend LordNinoVice about how they want to eat the baby. 

How ignorant do you have to be not to see the risks in this? 

This is so, so creepy.

January 12, 2016
5:34 pm
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Purple21
Hamprince of Meowtonia
Meows: 5098
Snarking Since:
July 28, 2014

Mrs Grey meowed

Purple21 meowed

I've just been looking through IG and I'm confused – I was thinking that even though the baby looked heavy, it was okay because she's standing up in many of the photos, indicating she's way ahead of her milestones for 9 months.

Then I saw one dated 4 weeks ago, where the mum says: 

Someone can officially go from laying down to sitting up! Walked in to see Kinsley sitting up after her nap. 


The baby is 9 months old and she can only just pull herself up to a sitting position? All babies vary but this milestone is generally around 6 months so there is definitely a physical reason to be concerned about her weight right now.

Also – how does she get all those photos of the baby looking like she's standing up if Baby can't even sit up independently? Does she Velcro the poor kid to the brick wall?

Anyway, over the last week or two the photos of the baby are all clothed – no more nude shots – so maybe Mommie learned a valuable lesson (although she hasn't taken the nude ones down along with all those dubious foreign comments.)

Purple21 my baby didn't do this until 10 months old and is average weight. I think your comment is unfair; babies develop at their own rate. You shouldn't be snarking on a baby FFS.

I'm not snarking on the baby –  I know a lot of mothers use milestone counters to "race" their babies and I'm sorry if you read my comment that way. I have four kids and I know they meet milestones at their own rate.There has been discussion about whether the baby's weight is a red flag, and I'm saying it could only be considered a red flag if the baby isn't meeting milestones. Once it's a red flag, you look for other indicators of a problem. Your doctor would not have been concerned that your baby of 10 months wasn't sitting up if you could both see the baby was thriving and in good health.

My second daughter was a very unsettled baby and from the day she was born I was very stressed and anxious that something was wrong, but the doctors and nurses all assured me she was fine – until she stopped meeting milestones at 6 months old and then had a sudden drop in weight. Thankfully, from there they took me seriously and the baby was fine,  but this experience has shaped my view of milestones as a way of double-checking there isn't an underlying health problem. 

January 17, 2016
10:54 am
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Precious Collagen Ghee BunBun
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 672
Snarking Since:
March 1, 2015

Naked baby in a bath full of flower petals.  Mother undeterred, and quite possibly encouraged by comments such as "My love!" and "That bum!" and "Video, please!"  It's all just too weird.

January 17, 2016
12:26 pm
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Beverly
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 556
Snarking Since:
March 19, 2015

Looking at the flower bath IG, I can't help but think of this bish thinking to herself "ok I'm going to go to the store and buy fresh flowers to put into the bath so I can take a naked photo of my baby sitting with the flowers and share it online. People will like that." In that context it's creepy as f**k.

January 17, 2016
9:07 pm
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Newbie83
Cat
Meows: 21
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January 11, 2015

sgberg meowed

That baby is adorable but there is not way it's healthy to be 25lbs at 9 months. My daughter is average sized and wasn't 25 lbs until 18 months! I would be seriously concerned even if the pediatrician was telling me not to be.

And I will never understand these women who are dumb enough to post naked pictures of their kids on a public account. It's a p**ophiles dream.

This isn't necessarily true. A friend of mine had a baby that was wearing size 3t clothes when she was 12 months old — she was seriously the fattest baby I have ever seen in my life — rolls for days. She was exclusively breastfed and had a very typical intake of solids. But between age 2 and 3 her weight stayed exactly the same and her height grew like crazy. She's now completely within the "normal" weight range for her age. Now, if she was 3 and eating Doritos and Twinkies and drinking soda and sitting in front of the TV and still had that much chub, then yes, cause for concern.

As for posting naked pictures of a baby on a very public social media account, for that I have no sympathy.

January 17, 2016
9:13 pm
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Newbie83 meowed

sgberg meowed

That baby is adorable but there is not way it's healthy to be 25lbs at 9 months. My daughter is average sized and wasn't 25 lbs until 18 months! I would be seriously concerned even if the pediatrician was telling me not to be.

And I will never understand these women who are dumb enough to post naked pictures of their kids on a public account. It's a p**ophiles dream.

This isn't necessarily true. A friend of mine had a baby that was wearing size 3t clothes when she was 12 months old — she was seriously the fattest baby I have ever seen in my life — rolls for days. She was exclusively breastfed and had a very typical intake of solids. But between age 2 and 3 her weight stayed exactly the same and her height grew like crazy. She's now completely within the "normal" weight range for her age. Now, if she was 3 and eating Doritos and Twinkies and drinking soda and sitting in front of the TV and still had that much chub, then yes, cause for concern.

As for posting naked pictures of a baby on a very public social media account, for that I have no sympathy.

You can't win with babies. My niece was very thin when she was born, and has always been thin. Just thin thin thin. When she was a baby she had NO extra fat on her body. I took her to the store when she was 18 months and had her in the cart, and someone asked how old she was, and swore she was like 9 months old (she also had no hair, so that didn't help). Lots of comments from people (especially my grandma who thought she wasn't eating rolleyes ), but that's just the way she's built! Still, at 12, she's a very thin, petite girl. Fat or thin, you can't catch a break with babies.

January 17, 2016
9:29 pm
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Princess Buttercup
Hamprince of Meowtonia
Meows: 5127
Snarking Since:
July 27, 2012

Lindsay Weir meowed

Newbie83 meowed

sgberg meowed

That baby is adorable but there is not way it's healthy to be 25lbs at 9 months. My daughter is average sized and wasn't 25 lbs until 18 months! I would be seriously concerned even if the pediatrician was telling me not to be.

And I will never understand these women who are dumb enough to post naked pictures of their kids on a public account. It's a p**ophiles dream.

This isn't necessarily true. A friend of mine had a baby that was wearing size 3t clothes when she was 12 months old — she was seriously the fattest baby I have ever seen in my life — rolls for days. She was exclusively breastfed and had a very typical intake of solids. But between age 2 and 3 her weight stayed exactly the same and her height grew like crazy. She's now completely within the "normal" weight range for her age. Now, if she was 3 and eating Doritos and Twinkies and drinking soda and sitting in front of the TV and still had that much chub, then yes, cause for concern.

As for posting naked pictures of a baby on a very public social media account, for that I have no sympathy.

You can't win with babies. My niece was very thin when she was born, and has always been thin. Just thin thin thin. When she was a baby she had NO extra fat on her body. I took her to the store when she was 18 months and had her in the cart, and someone asked how old she was, and swore she was like 9 months old (she also had no hair, so that didn't help). Lots of comments from people (especially my grandma who thought she wasn't eating rolleyes ), but that's just the way she's built! Still, at 12, she's a very thin, petite girl. Fat or thin, you can't catch a break with babies.

Ugh, yes. Both my kids were breastfed exclusively and took to solids well around 6 months. My older daughter was in the 85% percentile for weight her first two years and all I heard was "Ha-ha, what are you feeding her, she's HUGE, LOLZ!" My younger daughter was 25% percentile and all I heard was "She's so TINY, what do you feed her, is she OK, are you SURE she's *insert whatever age she was*, she's much too small"-I mean, yeah, I usually remember dates when babies explode out of my body, thank you. At their two year checkups, both were solidly at the 50% percentile and they've both stayed there, so the comments have stopped, thank goodness.

January 17, 2016
9:30 pm
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Pink Hair Don't Care
Baroness of Ham
Meows: 409
Snarking Since:
March 19, 2013

10 months is pretty late to just being able to go from laying to sitting on their own. Of course every baby develops at their own rate, but typically, 7 months would be the average, 9 months the "as late as" and beyond that, I'd be watching to see if other milestones were late. It's doesn't mean the baby is not as smart, it just means they are weaker for some reason. My youngest is adopted. She couldn't sit until 10 months, she couldn't move into a sitting position on her own I mean. She didn't walk until 18 months but thankfully, I recognized there was a bit of delay with the sitting and got her some early intervention. Otherwise she might have had some severe delays. She has weak muscles though, it's not from being severely overweight. 

January 24, 2016
3:45 pm
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sadiesue
Baroness of Ham
Meows: 316
Snarking Since:
October 14, 2012

Mrs Grey meowed

Purple21 meowed

I've just been looking through IG and I'm confused – I was thinking that even though the baby looked heavy, it was okay because she's standing up in many of the photos, indicating she's way ahead of her milestones for 9 months.

Then I saw one dated 4 weeks ago, where the mum says: 

Someone can officially go from laying down to sitting up! Walked in to see Kinsley sitting up after her nap. 


The baby is 9 months old and she can only just pull herself up to a sitting position? All babies vary but this milestone is generally around 6 months so there is definitely a physical reason to be concerned about her weight right now.

Also – how does she get all those photos of the baby looking like she's standing up if Baby can't even sit up independently? Does she Velcro the poor kid to the brick wall?

Anyway, over the last week or two the photos of the baby are all clothed – no more nude shots – so maybe Mommie learned a valuable lesson (although she hasn't taken the nude ones down along with all those dubious foreign comments.)

Purple21 my baby didn't do this until 10 months old and is average weight. I think your comment is unfair; babies develop at their own rate. You shouldn't be snarking on a baby FFS.

Plus there's a difference. My 7 month old kid can sit independently but she doesn't have the ab muscles to move into a sitting position from laying down (well I guess she could roll over and then put her legs under her) but she can stand if I place her in a standing position. As the other poster said kids develop at different rates. 

January 26, 2016
10:31 am
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Precious Collagen Ghee BunBun
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 672
Snarking Since:
March 1, 2015

While Tiffany responds to brand rep searches and posts advertisements, her followers whine about "missing" Kinsley and beg for more pictures of her.





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