“We accept that,” Chrissy said of her son’s personality.
“I think men should be more accepting of their emotions,” she continued. “I think it’s very important in the world that it’s okay to cry and it’s okay to be upset about something or be sad about something. Some things we’ll talk about and be fine
“John was so good at showing them through the way he treated me as a good man, a good father,” she added. “It was wonderful to see.”
Chrissy shared the photo on Instagram last month, joking in the caption that Miles had failed to photograph her appetite.
And while many commenters praised the picture, saying it is an example of the reality of being a mother to a toddler. But it has sparked criticism from others, who said it was “inappropriate”; and suggested that Chrissy wanted “better boundaries” with her children.
“If we don’t teach little boys that female bodies are shameful, they won’t grow up thinking that is,” one commenter wrote. “Love that opens up to your style / parenting moment!”
Another simply said: “Anyone who encounters this strange need to verify their own wire hangings.