“You are an irresponsible mother !! You look at the phone, with the child at your feet… ” What was the woman’s explanation?

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    A photo from an airport where a mother buttons the phone while her baby is left on the floor, on a blanket, has sparked a wave of controversy on the Internet. The young mother was harshly criticized in the virtual environment for preferring to sit on the phone while leaving her child on the floor as if it were luggage.

    The image went viral after it was distributed on the Internet along with a famous quote from Albert Einstein, who says: “I am afraid of the day when technology will be more important than interpersonal relationships. There will be a generation of idiots in the world. ”

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    At first glance, she looks like a distorted mother, but the reason for the woman who left her child lying on the floor will make us think twice before judging someone by appearances.

    Seeing that the photo that was taken without her permission went viral on the Internet and that it was accompanied by all sorts of ugly words, such as “You are a distorted mother !! You sit on the phone, with the baby on your feet, and you don’t care about him… ”, the woman decided to tell the truth.

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    Molly Lensing, a pediatric nurse with two other children at home, found herself stranded at the Colorado airport for over 20 hours with her two-month-old daughter after their flight got canceled.

    “Anastasia had been in her stroller for too long, and my arms were tired from carrying her and our luggage. She needed space to lay down, and I had to keep in touch with family members who were concerned about our whereabouts,” Molly explained on a television show.

    Months after the ordeal at the Colorado airport, Molly discovered that a photo of her and her daughter was circulating on the internet. As her name was identified by several netizens, Molly began receiving harsh messages on Facebook. While some defended her, others labeled her as “a terrible mother.”

    “I felt like my privacy was violated. Working at a pediatric clinic, I feared that my boss or colleagues might stumble upon the picture and judge me. Thankfully, that didn’t happen,” Molly Lensing recounted.

     

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