Poor Kim Kardashian. The woman is damned if she does, damned if she doesn't. If she were the kind of mom who posted a million and one photos of her daughter, North, each day, she'd likely be accused of "whoring her out," but since she doesn't, she's accused of being a bad mom who's never with her child.
Kim went off on a Twitter user named Jenna McBryde recently after McBryde called Kim a crappy mother for not spending enough time with her daughter. And regardless of what you think of Kim, she kind of makes a good point.
(For those of you who didn't feel like clicking on the tweet, it read: "@jlmcbryde u sound so ignorant. Bc I don't tweet or instagram my every move w my daughter means I am not with her 247? We share what we want. Or is it bc I go support my fiance at every show & I post pix? When the baby goes down 4 bed or a nap, parents are allowed 2 work & support each other, maybe even have fun too.")
Let's be honest here, Kim and the rest of the Kardashians are easy targets since they're so in our faces. And because of this, they get shit for anything they do. I'm not saying Kim is mother of the year -- I really don't know what kind of mom she is -- but I do think she'd get criticism even if she were just spotted walking down the street with her child, be it because of her heel height, or the fact that her baby's head wasn't covered with a woolen SPF cap.
The world was convinced that North was going to be everywhere the minute Kim gave birth. There were rumors of $2 million Us Weekly spreads. But now she's here. And we rarely see her. Isn't that what we were all saying Kim should do when she was still pregnant? Protect her child from the spotlight?
Fact is, Kim isn't going anywhere any time soon. It's her job to be in our faces 24/7. Sure, it's a weird profession, and it even seems a little gross at times, but there's an easy way to avoid her if you can't stand her and think she's a bad parent: Don't follow her on Twitter.
Do you think Kim is a bad mom for not posting photos of North?
Image via Kim Kardashian/Twitter