If you’re a Jennifer Lopez fan, we’re sure you’re curious about how the actress maintains her youthful appearance. She is 53 years old, but she still has a youthful and ageless appearance. Did we mention she had perfect skin for days? It’s not wrong to say she’s a hot mama and an inspiration to so many females all over the world who believe that age is just a number.
A mother has sparked a heated online debate after admitting that she smacks her children when they don’t listen to her. Brittney Coble took to TikTok to explain that she has five children ages two, four, six, eight, and ten. However, she has caused a stir on social media because many parents do not approve of how she treats her children. “So I’ve seen a trend on TikTok where mums are talking about things they do with their kids that most parents wouldn’t agree with, and given that most TikTok mums already hate me,
I figured why not?” the mother-of-five explained “‘One, as you may have guessed, is that I whop my children. “I always give them a verbal warning; I don’t always expect them to listen the first time I ask, but if I have to ask two or three times and I’ve already explained what you need to do and you’re just blatantly ignoring me, you’re going to get your a** whipped. “‘That’s just the way things are.”
Brittney also stated that she assigns chores to her children. “The two and four-year-old get a little distracted but I give them little chores […] and I kind of just redirect them if they get a little sidetracked. “However, my older children have big-kid chores. They help by cleaning the toilet, taking out the trash, and doing the dishes “Finally, I raise my boys as boys and my girl as a girl – no questions asked.”
Many parents were dissatisfied with her parenting style, with one saying, “Please stop hitting your children.” “Abuse does not teach children respect; it teaches them fear,” wrote another. “So you don’t know how to properly teach your kids and instill wisdom in them without using violence,” a third said. nice.” “There are ways to receive respect from other humans without hurting them,” someone else added.
Others backed her up, with one saying, “Omg, finally a parent who actually parents.” “Yasss queen!!” wrote another. My children are three and a half (boy), one and a half (girl), and a six-month-old. “The older two have chores, and when baby walks, she will as well.” What are your thoughts on the matter? Tell us in the comments, and SHARE this story with your friends and family!