Not everyone in the "Jersey Shore" star's comments section was complimentary of her ability to multitask.
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is hitting back at mom-shamers criticizing her for drinking wine while feeding her baby boy, Angelo James LaValle.
"What's mom life like with 2 kids and a newborn? THIS. #MomJuice #ImAGoodMomISwear," the 31-year-old "Jersey Shore" star captioned an Instagram photo showing her sipping red wine while bottle-feeding her 2-month-old son.
BFF and co-star Jenni "JWoww" Farley replied using a bunch of raised-hand emojis, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino's wife, Lauren Sorrentino, commented, "This is a skill!" and Deena Cortese's husband, Chris Buckner, called the move "pure talent." Country singer Jessie James Decker added, "I'm feelin this one."
But not everyone was as complimentary of Snooki's ability to multitask, and many of her fans knew the backlash was on its way. "Came to see all the judgy moms stupid comments!" one person wrote.
The barrage of critical messages left on Nicole's photo called to light the fact that many people believe drinking alcohol while breastfeeding is a major no-no. While Nicole wasn't necessarily breastfeeding in the shot, she could very well have pumped the milk seen in the bottle, which would raise the same concerns.
"I'm reporting you to CPS TODAY," one of the harsher comments read. "Hope they take your kids and give them to someone more responsible."
"You're not a mom," the MTV star replied in her comments section. "I allow myself to have a few glasses once a week to stay sane with 3 kids. I do what's necessary to clean my milk for my baby. Let a mawma live and keep being 17."
During a recent appearance on the "Women On Top" podcast, Nicole got painfully candid about many, many aspects of her life after welcoming her third baby with husband Jionni LaValle on May 30. Nicole and Jionni -- who have been married since 2014 -- are also parents to son Lorenzo, 6, and daughter Giovanna, 4.
Although she was 24 when she got pregnant with Lorenzo and not planning on starting a family at that point in her life, Nicole said she was "excited" for the future and only "a little bummed" she'd have to give up "the partying life."
"I drink wine when I go down to the [Jersey] Shore on the weekends, so I'm still drinking," she explained. "It's just now I have to drink, and then sober up to make sure my kids are alive, and then drink again."
"Jersey Shore: Family Vacation" airs Thursday's at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
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