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Kristin Cavallari Fires Back At Mom-Shamers: "I Know What A Good Mom I Am"

Kristin Cavallari Fires Back At Mom-Shamers: "I Know What A Good Mom I Am"

Kristin Cavallari is firing back at those who have anything negative to say about her parenting skills and reveals how she blocks out the negativity on social media during her morning appearance on Good Morning America

Kristin Cavallari doesn't need your approval! The reality star is getting candid about all the mom-shamers she gets on her Instagram, but reveals that it's all water off the duck's back!

Appearing on Good Morning America, Cavallari shares that she usually just ignores the haters, but opens up about the difficulties of being a parent in the public's eye.

Kristin Cavallari fires back at mom-shamers

34-year-old reality star and fashion mogul Kristin Cavallari is opening up about the challenges of being a parent in such a public way, but reveals any hate she gets is not worth her time!

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While promoting her new cookbook on Good Morning America, the reality star also touched on what it's like parenting in the public's eye, and how she often gets mom-shamed for her choices as a parent.

Sharing three children with Jay Cutler, Camden, 8, Jaxon, 6, and Saylor, 5, Cavallari says it's not been easy parenting amid the divorce, especially when people have comments to make on her social media!

Amid her divorce, Cavallari came under scrutiny over photos she posted of her with her friends, as people commented that she should be spending time with her children instead.

"To be honest, I don't read comments on Instagram," she said on the show. "So I don't catch wind of those comments unless my best friend Justin [Anderson] decides to go on and read my comments and respond to people or whatever it is."

Anderson fired back at those with negative comments saying, "Don't call out a mother on Instagram to try and make yourself feel better."

“My oldest son is 8 1/2 and, the second I became a mom people have always loved to criticize some of my decisions," she revealed. 

"It’s the one area of my life that I’m so confident in. I know what a good mom I am. I know that I’m doing the best for me and my family," she said. 

She added, "It’s really just noise, to be honest. I don’t let any of that stuff really affect me."

Cavallari has always been on the same page with her ex when it comes to protecting her children and their identities. When Very Cavallari was on the air, her children never made an appearance, and on her social media, she never shows their faces.

She's always maintained that they should choose whether or not they want to be in the public's eye, and that it's not for her to decide. 

Cavallari has opened up in 2020 to ET about how she and her children have been handling the divorce, saying that through it all, it's always been about making her kids happy.

"I’m really just focusing on my kids and making sure that my kids are good. That’s my only priority at the moment, and they’re handling it well," she said at the time. 

Despite Very Cavallari being cancelled, Uncommon James, her fashion and home goods brand, is still doing well.