Do not tell Jenna Jameson how to toilet-train her daughter. One online idiot tried just that, and Jameson responded in her June 30 Instagram Story, on full blast.
How did it go down? Ah, you know the drill. Your basic know-it-all breed of mommy shamer popped on to Jameson’s social media with unsolicited toilet-training advice. And what parent doesn’t simply adore unsolicited toilet-training advice from a self-righteous stranger?
“Have you started toilet training? I have raised 3 daughters and all three were FULLY trained at Batel’s age. You film a lot and [I] see nothing about encouraging toilet training,” wrote the troll.
But wait. It gets sooo much better. This sancti-mommy is so full of herself, she’s practically bursting. She goes on: “I also breast-fed all three of my daughters, the longest was until 2 years and 2 months. If your child is capable of lifting up your shirt and asking for it, [in] our North American culture this is when you need to do what is best for your child and not you. She is beautiful and smart so [do] not inhibit her for your personal fulfillment.”
Um, what? First off, we think somebody needs to look up the definition of “inhibit” before they get all high and mighty on Jenna Jameson. That doesn’t even make sense. But we need not have worried. Because Jameson was more than capable of taking down this pompous troll in one fell swoop. Chop and sack.
The Honey author and former adult film star snapped a screenshot of the incredibly annoying comment and shared it with her fans with the sarcastic captions, “You tried it,” and “Girl bye.”
Jameson — who is breastfeeding — also snapped back, “In my opinion ‘training’ a child before they’re ready is detrimental. I know a lot about child development and nowhere is it taught to wean a child because of ‘North American culture.’ You sound ignorant and judgmental.” She continued, “My daughter is perfect and I could care less what you think. So mind your business, Jordy.”
— LILLIE ROSS (@gordo20wall) July 1, 2019
Telling someone else how to potty-train their kid is not the hill you want to die on, Twitterverse. Every sane parent knows it’s a very individual process, and there’s no one right way. We’ve researched the process and come up with our personal top 10 potty-training tips, but we’re also the first to admit that only you and your kid know what works for you both. No one on the planet has ever said, “Oh, I instantly trained my child to use the toilet and give up diapers forever after a stranger on the internet shamed my approach and offered me unsolicited advice.” Just… no. No.
Jameson’s been on the receiving end of trash-talking trolls before when it comes to her parenting — and her general keep-it-real approach online. When one soul online complained to Jameson that she never says no to her daughter, Batel (who was born in April 2017), Jameson replied, “Lol because saying no to a two year old shuts down all the wildness.” She added GIFs that said, “Shut up” and “Cool story tell me more.” Dang. Like we said: Do not mess with Jenna Jameson and her parenting. In fact, how about none of us mess with anybody else’s parenting, ever? That’d be cool, right? Cool. Good talk.
26 months breastfeeding this little lady. Her nursing had slowed down last month and I thought she was weaning. Now… her second molars are pushing in and she’s on the boob non stop. To be honest, I don’t mind. I will forever be her safe place. I know we’ve made it this far partially because my mans undying support of breastfeeding. I’m so lucky! Swipe to see what a gem he is 🥰 #normalizebreastfeeding #breastfeedingcelebrationweek
A post shared by Jenna Jameson (@jennacantlose) on Jun 21, 2019 at 2:13pm PDT
Jameson shares Batel with husband Lior Bitton. She also has twin boys, Jesse and Journey, 10, whom she shares with ex-beau Tito Ortiz. Ortiz currently has full custody of the boys. We’re just reporting; not judging, okay? Okay.