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A picture that infuriated thousands of mothers. Mum defends her post-birth snap after being targeted by trolls online

Constance Hall, an Australian blogger has snapped back at ‘mummy shamers’ who have severely criticized a snap of her taken immediately after giving birth to her newborn son, Raja Wolf. 

The 34-year blogger was alerted by ‘concerned Queens’ about the surrounding of the snap and decided to address the issue. 

But do you understand the reason for their snap being criticized?

A picture that infuriated thousands of mothers. Mum defends her post-birth snap after being targeted by trolls online

The 34-year blogger was alerted by ‘concerned Queens’ about the surrounding of the snap and decided to address the issue

Most of her followers on Facebook said that it was poor parenting for her to been her phone and drinking a soft drink rather than taking care of her newborn son. 

“Obviously googling parental advice, a follower wrote. Another follower wrote, “It’s important to check your phone.”

“Yesterday I posted a picture of myself on the phone the day my son was born,” the blogger started addressing the image. 

A picture that infuriated thousands of mothers. Mum defends her post-birth snap after being targeted by trolls online

Most of her followers saw the fact that she was on her phone as poor parenting

A picture that infuriated thousands of mothers. Mum defends her post-birth snap after being targeted by trolls online

Australian blogger Constance Hall and her husband welcomed their first child, Raja Wolf in May. 

‘And of course, it was followed by a few f***ers and their stuck-up judgments about what I was doing on my phone instead of spending my every second doting and being the eternally grateful goddess mother.’

Constance reasoned that it isn’t anybody’s business ‘what a mother is doing on her phone the day she gives birth’ unless it falls under two categories.  

‘If a child is being abused sexually, mentally, physically, or neglected, starved, or not having their medical needs met. By ALL means, intervene. And when I say intervene I mean… Call the department of child protective services, do NOT b**** and moan on Facebook,’ she said. 

‘And secondly YOUR children. They are your problem, how you raise them, what YOU’RE doing on your phone, what kind of a mother YOU are.’

A picture that infuriated thousands of mothers. Mum defends her post-birth snap after being targeted by trolls online

The couple shared the exciting news of their newborn son via Instagram.

Despite all the other factors of being a mother, she said “ain’t your fu**ing problem” 

The couple welcomed their first child shortly after 2.30 pm on May 28. 

They shared the happy news with their followers on Instagram after the blogger delivered their son via a CAesarean section. 

‘Raja. Born at 2.46 pm 38 weeks 4.2kgs. We couldn’t have dreamt a more perfect baby,’ she wrote alongside a picture of her newborn son. 

‘Love you so much, Danzy. We are blown away with support from you all.’

The father shared the news on Facebook. 

A picture that infuriated thousands of mothers. Mum defends her post-birth snap after being targeted by trolls online

‘Raja Wolf Cooke-Hall was born today at 2.46 pm. At 9lb 5oz and 56cm tall he is perfect in every way,’ said Mr. Cooke. 

‘Con is sitting up in bed breastfeeding him at the moment and I couldn’t be prouder of her strength and bravery throughout this entire pregnancy.

‘Raja is absolutely adorable and feeding already and about to nap. He has barely cried and seems really content. Fingers crossed he remains chill. 

‘Thank you for all the well wishes and thank you to my beautiful wife for this amazing gift … you are a warrior woman and this child unites our crazy clan.’

Written by Barbarz Steelz

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