A new picture from Ray J that features Princess Love and their infant daughter sleeping is causing an uproar on social media.
The Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star, who has become infamous for a silly hat trick, is being dragged by thousands of people over a photo of Melody Love Norwood.
The businessman posted a photo where both Melody and her mother are sleeping. This is where the drama starts — baby Melody, who is three months old, is lying on her stomach.
Many people are warning Princess Love and Ray J about SID — also known as sudden infant death syndrome. Many health experts say that by merely putting a baby to sleep on her or his back, it is possible to reduce the risk of SID.
However, many parents say they ignore the sleep guideline, and their babies are fine.
One person reacted to the picture by saying: “First off babies sleep best in a fetal position which is on the stomach dumbass 2nd off she can sleep how she wants with her child fall back and give them a break let @rayj @princesslove be the awesome parents they are ain’t no fucking manual Or instructions to parenting god leads you and guide you through. You guys are GREAT! Parents .. Sleeping on their backs that’s for the parents that sleep 5 rooms from their babies and don t check on them. It’s always about the vibration that you bring .. You baby has several ancestors watching over her.”
Another commenter stated: “No need to explain we #Parents know when to let our child sleep comfortably lol both my daughters hated sleeping on their backs. Love it!! Some Babies sleep best on their belly’s despite what people say. Don’t you hate when some tries to check you about your own damn baby?! Like do you really think you care more about MY baby then I do? FOH.”
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This person revealed: “Technically you’re supposed to switch your baby from their back to their stomach it prevents there hairline getting all f***** up. But what you’re really not supposed to do is have the baby sleeping in the bed with you that is a one-way ticket to SIDS. But the picture was taken, so the baby is being watched.”
A mother shared: “People opinion don’t matter let that baby sleep on her stomach, she learns head control very well that way, all four of my children slept on their stomach soon as their belly button fell off, it’s how we do in the island, and my youngest is only 5 months, so Melody is fine.”
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