People request her to stop posting images of her baby on the internet.

Nowadays, the majority of people utilize social media as their primary mode of communication. It is normal to send photographs of your children to friends and family so that they can enjoy them.

She publishes on social media like other young mothers, yet the comments on her photographs and the manner her child is handled are vastly different. But she has a few words to say…

Natasha, a young mother, is adjusting to motherhood. She, like many other new mothers, enjoys posting photos of her one-year-old son Raedyn on social media. However, unlike most mothers, she is subjected to harsh internet bullying due to the appearance of her son.

She uploads videos of herself and her kid Raedyn to the popular social media platform TikTok. She also gets dozens, if not hundreds, of comments asking her to stop posting photographs or videos of her son.

Natasha, on the other hand, has a message for people who despise her., “I will not give up… “Just because he looks different doesn’t make him any less perfect,” she argues.

She can’t count how many letters or remarks she receives that begins, “What’s wrong with your child? “How come your child has that appearance?”

Raedyn, a small child, was born with Pfeiffer syndrome, which causes limb, face, and skull malformations. Natasha, on the other hand, believes that her baby is immaculate, so she posts videos of him online whenever she has the chance.

She does, however, observe that the majority of the comments she receives are nasty, with phrases such as, “What quality of life will he have?” On TikTok, someone harshly inquired, while another added, “Why would you make him live like that?” You’re allowing him to live such a wretched life.”

Natasha also receives comments from people she meets in real life as if internet trolls weren’t vicious enough. When she is out in public, she claims that strangers approach her and ask her disrespectful questions such as, “People just come up to me and rudely say: ‘What’s wrong with your child?'” Or why is your child dressed like that?’…that’s not how you talk to a human being.”

She finds it difficult to be in public because of the constant questions she will certainly face. “It’s exhausting to keep explaining my son’s health problems,” she admitted.

Because of her son’s appearance, she is perplexed by the intensity of her interest in him. “He lives his life like any other child,” she says. Is he looking different? True, but that doesn’t make him any less valuable.”

“He deserves life, he deserves acceptance – I will fight until the day I die for that,” he adds.

She dislikes the concern people have for her, especially when she is going about her day and is suddenly accosted by someone who is “interested” and has questions.

“What people must understand is that I am just a mother, and my son is just a baby… our lives do not revolve around his diagnosis,” she stated.

She dislikes the concern people have for her, especially when she is going about her day and is suddenly accosted by someone who is “interested” and has questions.

“We’re just a regular family.” I hope that one day the world will embrace disabled individuals and not judge them based on their appearance or the things they cannot perform.”

It is upsetting to see that people are still eager to judge individuals who are different from them in any way in this day and age. We can only hope that people will begin to be more accepting and nice.

We’re expressing our love to Natasha and young Raedyn. Send them our best wishes as well.

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