Ever since Pink and hubby Carey Hart posted pictures of their 2 year old daughter riding a motercycle with daddy, they've been getting condemned to hell!
People love any opportunity to shun someone else's parenting skills and they aren't an exception to the rule. From motorcycles being to dangerous for children, to putting your husband before your child, and you should be ashamed to call yourself mother, have all flashed across social networking .
Why other people always think they're parenting skills are so much better than the actual parent, still strikes me as pure bafoolery! I guess the situation is somewhat hazardous; however, her dad is a professional rider. Maybe these angry tweeters forgot that bit of information.
Despite the criticism, Pink is still sticking by her family & their decision making:
If any of u have more experience on a bike than my husband, then I will listen to your opinions on how he should take my daughter for a ride
SO TAKE THAT CHUMPS!!
WAS PINK OUT OF LINE?
Yes! Horrible parenting!
( 3% )
Not at all
( 40% )
People should keep their opinions on other people's parenting to themselves
she is not a bad mom just that people think that they are so much better! If she didn't think it wasn't safe for her 2yr old then i don't think she would have let her hubby do so! As long as when they are riding around they have helmet and stuff on here there shouldn't be a issue! I hate people thinking they are better then others!
Pink isn't a bad mom
Me and my husband both ride motorcycles. We have also given our children rides on them. Their first ride was at three years old. People really need to stop judging others for their choices other parents make.
I saw it when she posted it. I thought it was cute :) Carey is a professional driver!
Think again, people
She does make a good point...I mean...he does have a little bit of knowledge on safety when riding a motorcycle.
I know kids who started riding dirt bikes at 3 and now race. How the heck do you think these professional riders are so good...they started young. There are dangers in everything, you cant lock your kids in a bubble and protect them from everything, theywill miss out on life.