Coco Austin Has A Lot Of Creepy Things To Say About Dressing Up Her Daughter

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Coco‘s all about butt shots and bedazzling her baby, and she doesn’t care what you think!

Ice-T‘s wife took to her brand new mommy blog to address the haters for oversharing photos of her newborn baby girl, Chanel. The 36-year-old goes from sounding like a concerned mom who just wants to do her thing, to like, a woman screaming from her trailer into the night about her baby’s countenance:

“Of course I know she’s a real human being. Don’t you know I know that? In these pictures, you can see how much love I have for her. Should I just dress her up in a normal T-shirt? Is that better? Why can’t I just have my moment of dressing my daughter up? Why is that such a negative thing? Does she look like she’s really mad in these pictures? She actually looks very happy dressed up. I’m damned if I do, damned if I don’t. No matter what I post on Chanel, people are going to find something negative about it. It amazes me. If you’re really not liking the way I do things, get off my page. I just avoid them.”

But, dear readers. It gets so much better…

“This little girl is already so stylish. You should see her closet—all about the shoes and she has an amazing shoe collection. She’s now becoming this headband Princess. She doesn’t have long hair yet, but she rocks them bows. A lot of her fans send her gifts so she has an overload of headbands and outfits. She’s like my little doll. This is my very first doll ever because I never owned a doll in my life and this is my real-life doll. Now I get so much flack for saying that and it bothers me.”

If you wanted a DOLL, Coco, you could have just bought one. This seems a little, uh, well, a lot. I fear for how little Chanel (yes, her name is CHANEL) will grow up.

What do YOU think about Coco’s parenting skills?

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