John Stamos Slammed On Instagram After Carrying Infant Son The ‘Wrong’ Way

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Jul. 13 2018, Published 7:33 p.m. ET

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John Stamos recently visited New York and he took to Instagram to commemorate his trip. On Sunday, he posted a picture of himself strolling through Times Square with three-month-old son, Billy, strapped to a carrier on his chest. Many of his followers wasted no time calling him out for the improper positioning of the infant. Read on to see what they had to say!

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One wrote, “Billy needs to be curled up, like in mommys belly, for his spine to develop correctly,” The person even criticized the location the picture was taken. “Also, he can’t shut out the noise from the streets as easily as if he sat the other way around," the comment ended.

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Another commenter took a more dramatic route. “Nononono…not that way around!!!! Aaahh… my heart hurts to see this… his spine is overstretched!!!" the post read.

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Yet another person lectured, “The baby should not be facing forward if he doesn’t have full head control."

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One commenter warned John of the dangers of little Billy’s positioning, but immediately followed up with a compliment. “I love how hands on you are as a daddy!!!” the comment read.

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As OK! readers remember, the Full House actor was first married to Rebecca Romijn back in 1998, but their relationship ended in divorce in 2005. He then married Caitlin McHugh in February of this year. However, Billy is John’s first and only child. Understandably, he seems to be learning the ins and outs of parenting as he goes along.

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How do you feel about John’s baby carrier mishap? Let us know in the comments!


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