Pink Posted a Picture of Her Daughter Without a Shirt On -- Here's Why It's Totally Normal

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In case you needed another reason to fall in love with Pink, the mama of two served one up on social media. The "Just Like Fire" singer posted a photo of 6-year-old daughter Willow perched on her bicycle, inside the family's home and half-nekkid. Because y'all, it's summer, and this is just how the Pink/Carey Hart abode rolls. 


Hashtagging the image "#failingbeautifully," Pink said "Yeah my kid rides her bike inside. Without clothes. And helmets. While I ignore her and look at my phone."


Does that look like a typical summer day in your house?

Yup -- you and pretty much everyone else ... even if they won't admit it on social media.  

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Pink is known for being an outspoken advocate of letting kids have a perfectly average childhood in which they do perfectly average kid things ... like stripping down to their undies because THEY ARE KIDS. Yes, even the girl children. Because allow us to repeat ourselves ... they are KIDS. 

Naked summers are fun summers when you're Willow's age. They go hand-in-hand with push pops and squishing your toes in the creek bed. 

So it's hardly a surprise that the fans Pink has cultivated with that attitude are coming out to thank her for being all about that life. 



If you Google the words "80s childhood," chances are you'd see dozens of photos like this one, and they're all being shared by adults who withstood their parents' letting them ride the bike around the house in their underoos. Translation: Adults who don't feel like their parents harmed them in the making of said photos. 

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Pink is just one of the brave parents out there screaming, "Hey, y'all, it's nice that we have lead paint–free cribs and car seats with actual safety mechanisms, but it's totally okay to let some of those '80s parenting tactics fly in 2017." Because little girls can get nekkid. And run around in their undies. And 20 years down the line, chances are they'll remember a really awesome childhood.

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