A blogger MUMMY was criticized for celebrating his son's sixth birthday with an Instagram post on how he is "statistically" less popular than his four siblings.
Katie Bower, 37, of Atlanta, Ga., Wrote a candid post on her Bower Power page, which has almost 53,000 followers, and analyzes how Weston's photos do not get as many likes or comments as the photos of her four Brothers and Sisters.
"Guys, I'm going to be perfectly honest … Instagram never liked my Munchkin and killed me on the inside," he wrote. "Your photos never had so many" likes ".
According to Katie, photos of Weston's older brother, Will, and three younger brothers, LJ, Maxwell and Ella, get one more response from their supporters.
"From a statistical point of view, he was not as popular with everyone," he continued.
"Maybe part of that was that the images never hit the right algorithm, part could be because it was" the baby "for a very short period of time before LJ appeared … and then Max and then Ella. he likes babies. "
But other users of social networks considered that their sincere message was "exasperating", and even caught the attention of Chrissy Teigen after it was shared on Twitter.
She replied: "Oh, my God, what the hell?"
Katie blamed herself for her son's lack of tastes, and admitted: "I want to believe it was not him … it was because of me".
"My insufficiency caused this statistical deficit because obviously my Munch should receive ALL the love and the half-closed eyes are totally adorable.
"So, can we do this right, because I really KNOW that my Munch deserves all tastes … whether a stranger gives it to them."
He concluded his publication by saying how grateful he is for his family, which, despite what other people think, is "1000000000x better in real life than what any small image could contain".
But its publication was not good, with hundreds of comments that questioned his reasons for sharing that comment.
One person asked: "Do you really think your son is going to see how many I like his mother's publications about him and he feels bad?"
"This is horrible! The only thing that will give you a complex is you!" wrote another.
And one suggested: "It is not necessary that you lift this burden and receive help, it is as if your brain is deformed (sic)".
Katie returned to her publication to explain her reasoning, noting that one day Weston "will see the numbers and will have to learn that their value is not in online approval."
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"This is a difficult lesson to learn for anyone and I am grateful to have learned it," he continued.
"I hope everyone can be understanding and not take things out of context or believe that this affects in any way the way I see or treat my children, all the comments and good wishes I have read to the birthday boy!"
Earlier this month, we told how a mother spends up to four hours applying Instagram snapshots to her babies to make money.