A mother gives her child an extravagant manicure and shares pictures on social media to share with others.

There is no right or wrong way to raise a child (provided, of course, it is within reason). We embark on a learning journey for which nothing can prepare us when we become parents.

It doesn’t help that we live in a time when everyone evaluates and frequently criticizes our actions. Many people are afraid to make a mistake because everyone seems to have an opinion, and many of them are expressed online.

One mother, on the other hand, clearly did not care about that because she gave her child the perfect manicure before posting the results online.

The photos, which show the in question baby with long, stick-shaped fake nails, are said to have come from Facebook, according to the Daily Mail.

“I’m able to do your nails. PM for details. Cheap rates,” the images were captioned by the original poster.

Now, as others have pointed out, we must point out that it is possible that the images of the baby’s hands were altered with Photoshop. However, as others have pointed out, this does not mean that no one is currently attempting to replicate this alarming thing. indeed “fashionable.”

The images quickly spread to Twitter, where a lot of people commented on the potential dangers of giving a young child the nails in the image.

One individual tweeted: Painting a baby’s nails is understandable, but applying fake nails to them? It poses too much risk! They are constantly touching their faces, which poses a risk of serious eye damage. Better to wait until they are significantly older.”

Another person said, ” No way. Because of its thinness, a baby’s nail can cause damage later in life. To be honest, that is just stupid.”

The third said “Why would you want your child to swallow sharp objects, especially in the manner that has been demonstrated? It is simply a no, no, no, no, no.”

What happens if the infant pokes its eye?

— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) March 25, 2021

There were also those who made the point that a child who is ignorant can easily poke her eyes with nails that could hurt.

Needless to say, we do not recommend giving your baby artificial nails.

As a parent, you are free to act however you see fit for your child, but it is always important to keep in mind that their safety must always come first.

How do you feel about the pictures above? Should any baby have fingernails this ridiculously long? Use the comment section to let us know what you think.

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