Exactly Candice. Couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
Candice Falzon, 29, fiancee to cricketer David Warner, has a four-month-old daughter, Ivy Mae. So as a new mum and a woman in the spotlight, she knows what it’s like to receive unwanted comments about her pregnancy, giving birth, and how she plans on raising her bub.
And she’s sick of it.
In her Daily Telegraph column, Candice unleashes a wrath of fury no mother has dared to unleash before. And of course, we believe every word.
"Whether it's on boob versus bottle, control crying or — shhhhhhhhh say it ever so quietly — dummies, everyone has an opinion on how parenting should be done."
One of the most interesting comments the young mum had to deal with was when their daughter Ivy was screaming due to being hungry in a cafe and a kindly-looking lady asked her if they were planning on having any more children.
You've got to be kidding.
With true grace, Candice only replied with "not yet" and proceeded to ignore the woman.
But now she's had enough.
"I’ve discussed this conundrum with several of my mummy-girlfriends from all walks of life and everyone unanimously agreed, like it or not, being a mother makes you public property," she said.
"The [comment] that stuck with me was when a fellow traveller suggested to me that holding my own Ivy Mae non-stop would leave her a spoiled baby. Gasp!"
So while Candice isn't happy with the mummy-dramas, she does have one piece of advice.
"So, next time you see a new mum in public — please, for your own health and safety keep the caring advice to a minimum."
"Give this baby-toting adventurer in mummy land a brief smile, tell her she looks well, or that her baby is adorable … maybe even that she’s doing a great job."
You tell 'em.
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