“We accept that,” Chrissy said of her son’s character.
“I think more men should embrace their emotions,” he continued. “I think that’s really important in this world. That it’s okay to cry and it’s okay to be upset about something or to be sad about something. Let’s talk about it and it’s okay.”
“John is so good at showing them how he treats me how to be a good man, how to be a good father,” he added. “It’s wonderful to see.”
Chrissy shared the photo on Instagram last month, joking in the caption that Miles had broken his thirst trap photoshoot.
And while many commenters praised the photo, saying it embodied the realities of being a mother to a young child, it drew criticism from several others, who said it was “inappropriate” and suggested that Chrissy needed “better boundaries” with her son.
“If we don’t teach young children that women’s bodies are shameful, then they won’t grow up to think they are,” wrote one commenter. “I love how open you are with your parenting style / moments!”
Another person simply said, “Anyone who finds this strange should examine their own complexes.”