Whenever she shares photos of her baby on the internet, people keep asking her to stop.

These days, most people use social media to communicate with each other. It’s normal to share pictures of your kids so that your friends and family can see them.

But for this young mother, the comments on her pictures and how people treat her child are very different. However, she has some things she wants to say…


Natasha is a young mom learning how to take care of her child. Like many moms her age, she enjoys sharing pictures of her one-year-old son, Raedyn, on the internet. But unlike most moms, Natasha faces a lot of mean comments online about how her son looks.

She shares videos of herself and Raedyn on TikTok, a popular social media app. Every time she posts, she gets lots of comments telling her to stop sharing pictures of her son.

But Natasha has a message for those who don’t like it: “I won’t stop… Just because he looks different doesn’t mean he’s any less perfect,” she says.

Natasha gets a lot of hurtful messages and comments asking, “What’s wrong with your child? Why does your child look like that?”

Her son, little Raedyn, was born with Pfeiffer syndrome, which can cause differences in the skull, face, and limbs. But to Natasha, her son is perfect, so she shares videos of him whenever she can.

Unfortunately, people can be mean. Natasha often gets comments like, “What kind of life will he have?” or “Why would you let him live like that? His life will be miserable.” It’s really hurtful for her to read these things.

It’s not just online where Natasha faces mean comments. Even in real life, people come up to her and ask rude questions about her son. They say things like, “What’s wrong with your child? Why does your child look like that?” Natasha finds these questions hurtful. She believes people should be kinder when they talk to others.

Being out in public is hard for Natasha because she knows she’ll get lots of questions about her son’s appearance. She’s tired of explaining his health issues over and over again.

Natasha doesn’t understand why people are so interested in her son just because he looks different. She wants everyone to know that her son lives a normal life like any other child. Yes, he looks different, but that doesn’t make him any less special.

Natasha wants everyone to know, “My son deserves to live, and he deserves to be accepted. I’ll keep fighting for that as long as I’m alive.”

She doesn’t like it when people come up to her unexpectedly and start asking questions about her son. To her, they’re just being nosy.

“I wish people understood that I’m just a mom and my son is just a baby,” she said. “Our lives don’t revolve around his diagnosis.”

The tired mom said, “My son may look a little different, but he’s not just here to teach the world. It’s really tiring to keep explaining his health issues to people over and over again.”

“We’re just a regular family. I hope one day the world will accept people with disabilities and not judge them based on how they look or what they can’t do.”

It’s sad to see that even now, people are quick to judge those who are different. Let’s hope everyone becomes kinder and more accepting.

We’re sending love to Natasha and little Raedyn. Please join us in sending them your good wishes too.