The horrific comments stream in at all hours of the day – demanding Natasha stop posting photos of her one-year-old son on social media.
But no matter what anyone says, she refuses to listen and keeps posting pictures of little Raedyn.
“I will not stop… just because he looks different doesn’t mean that he is any less – he is perfect,” the American mum-of-two revealed on TikTok.
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“What’s wrong with your child? Why does your child look like that?”
Raedyn was born with an unexpected and incredibly rare genetic disorder called Pfeiffer syndrome, which causes anomalies in the skull, face and limbs.
However, that didn’t stop Natasha from sharing her precious son on social media.
Unfortunately, these posts immediately attracted cruel comments from people from around the world.
“What quality of life will he have?” someone rudely asked on TikTok, while another person added: “Why would you make him live like that? Such a miserable life that you’re permitting him to live”.
In addition to these unkind remarks online, Natasha cops mean comments from people every time she takes Raedyn out in public.
“People just come up to me and rudely say: ‘what’s wrong with your child? Or why does your child look like that?’ …that’s not how you talk to a human being,” she revealed.
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“It’s exhausting to explain my son’s health problems over and over”
Natasha went on to say that she doesn’t understand why people feel the need to attack her boy for the way he looks.
“He lives a life like every other child… does he look different? Absolutely – but that doesn’t make him any less,” she insisted.
“He deserves life, he deserves acceptance – I will fight until my dying day for that.”
She especially criticised people who rudely approach her son in public, adding that she doesn’t understand why they think it is appropriate to accost her about Raedyn’s condition while she’s innocently running errands.
“What people need to understand is that I am just a mum and my son is just a baby… our life doesn’t revolve around his diagnosis,” she rightly stated.
“My son looks a little bit different but that doesn’t mean he is just a lesson to give the world. It’s exhausting mentally and emotionally to go over the same diagnosis and explain my son’s health problems over and over to people.
“We are just a normal family. I pray for the world to accept disabled people one day and not judge off of their appearance and the things they cannot do.”