Stacey Solomon hits back at criticising troll who slams her parenting skills
The mum-of-three was slapped with a judgemental comment on Instagram after letting her kids sleep on her bed in clothes other than pyjamas
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Stacey Solomon was forced to hit back at a keyboard warrior who criticised her parenting skills on social media.
The mum-of-three was slapped with a judgemental comment on Instagram after letting her kids sleep on her bed in clothes other than pyjamas.
“You let them go to bed at 10pm, fully clothed, in your bed?” someone wrote.
“Not sure how healthy this can be for them and for you and Joe to sleep among it all.”
But it seems as though Stacey didn’t give the troll the time of day, as she shared the mean-spirited message with fans on her Instagram Story.
In true Stacey fashion, the Loose Women panelist opted to kill them with kindness, and instead share a quote she lives by when it comes to facing negativity.
“I thought I’d end the day the way I started,” she wrote.
Stacey went on to share Eleanor Roosevelt’s quote with fans: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”
The former X Factor star added: “Don’t give your consent. Do what works for you UNAPOLOGETICALLY, always x.”
And it seems as though Stacey has been forced to bat away a lot of negativity in recent days.
Earlier this week, took aim at keyboard warriors during her latest festive craft session.
She often entertains her social media fans by transforming every day objects into special ornaments and decorations and on Monday evening she shared that she was creating special Christmas baubles.
And mother-of-three Stacey paid special tribute to trolling mummy-shamers – who she dubs ‘Susans’ – when personalising some of the hanging decorations.
As she lifted up her supplies, the TV favourite said in a clip shared onto her Instagram Stories: “Getting some arts and crafts ready for later tonight. ”
Stacey later filmed herself filling clear plastic baubles with different things – such as glitter and flowers – and using her sticker machine to make labels in order to personalise her creations.
Stacey then mocked trolls as she made one that read, “Merry Christmas Susan”.