"This is a happy birthday post to her daughter not a, 'Can I get random advice from people who don’t know me or my daughter?' post."
Kardashian issued a preemptive warning to potential parenting critics after North West raided her KKW Beauty makeup stash.
The former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star was mom-shamed by trolls criticizing her kids' weight and clothing after she posted a photo of their first day of school.
The photo the mother of four shared on Instagram of her oldest daughter, Gia, on Tuesday is prompting outrage.
Brooklyn Beckham is following in his dad's footsteps, with multiple visits to the tattoo parlor. His mother is taking the heat.
"As long as they’re good kids and they get good grades, they can wear what they want to wear," the model said of daughters Leni and Lou.
Though not all sushi is forbidden for pregnant women, Hilary Duff's meal prompted some fans to scold her for putting her unborn at risk.
Jenner hasn't let the drama over sister Khloé Kardashian's decision to pierce her baby's ears stop her from giving her own daughter studs.
Jessica Simpson's video showed husband Eric Johnson horsing around with their injured son — and some people are upset.
The supermodel and TV personality bared herself on Instagram, and some people couldn't handle it.
Some trolls think Megan Fox's young sons should cut their hair to avoid looking like girls, but her fans are standing up for her parenting.
Second of all, I stopped drinking alcohol, I stopped partying, I don’t do Botox anymore … I’m going to drink my damn coffee!” A photo posted by Jillian Harris (@jillian.harris) on Mar 16, 2016 at 10:37am PDT The two posts received nearly 200 comments, most advising the pregnant star that drinking so much coffee was endangering her baby. “I’m not an idiot. I think I know what’s right and what’s wrong.” ALSO SEE: This pregnant pole dancer isn’t letting her bump get in the way of feeling sexy While Health Canada does advise women to cut down coffee consumption during pregnancy, cutting it out entirely isn’t necessary. “Health Canada recommends that women of reproductive age consume no more than 300mg of caffeine per day,” which works out to roughly one to two cups. ALSO SEE: This woman’s getting stick for following a plant-based diet while pregnant: Is it such a big deal?