Well, this makes us really, really sad...
Last week Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna welcomed their first child, Dream Kardashian, into the world.
The rest of the Kardashian clan have all showered the newborn with love and there’s no room to argue that the baby girl is UTTERLY adorable.
As if this bundle of joy wasn’t enough to melt our hearts, new daddy Rob sparked all the feels with a touching Instagram post dedicated to Chyna and his new daughter…
The post shared a gorgeous picture of Dream, captioned “Today was amazing 🙂 I am so lucky!! Thank you @blacchyna for having our baby and being so strong ! I love you so much and can’t wait to see her get older day by day with you Chy! I love you and Dream so much and Appreciate both of you 😇😇😇🙇🏿🙇🏿🙇🏿 I know everyone saying that’s my twin but that’s def your nose Chy lol” [sic].
Happy sob! :’)
Social-media-centric Chyna and Rob were quick to make little Dream her very own Instagram account, where she already boasts 434k followers and a verified tick – pretty impressive for someone only a few days old, no?!
The first snap on the account is a repost of THAT gorgeous post by Rob and the second is an equally cute picture of Chyna breastfeeding Dream.
Look at that little face and that head of hair! While we were all cooing over the image, a few of the comments were less than kind, with some seeming to take issue with the nursing photo…
Users commented, “WTF WHY WOULD ANYONE POST THIS”, “This picture is gross” and “Not ok” [sic]. Hmmm.
We aren’t quite sure how anyone could call a picture of a newborn baby ‘gross’, and breastfeeding shouldn’t spark such an outcry. We mean, it’s 2016 people.
But we were pleased to see that some commenters saw the beauty in the snap, with some commenting, “Too cuteee”, “Love this 😍💖😍” [sic].
Some even responded to the extreme reactions to the breastfeeding shot, saying “a reminder that boobs are for breast feeding- not for the pleasure of men. This isn’t disgusting it’s literally the growth of life” and “It’s breastfeeding guys -. -“.
Amen to that.
We hope that one day everyone will see breastfeeding for what it is – a mother feeding their newborn child. What’s ‘gross’ about that?
By Catherine Delves