3 years ago1,000+ Views

He's just a new dad people, give him a break.

Everyone is still stirring over some controversy about how Ryan Reynolds used a baby carrier incorrectly. Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively, had a daughter who they named James. Lively posted the Instagram picture above on Father's Day which resulted in an overwhelming amount of buzz from fans worried about James' safety.
It's funny how critical everyone is being especially since many act as if they've never made a mistake as a parent.

Ryan, don't provoke people more than you already have.

Of course he took it one step further. He then quoted a tweet of the picture above commenting, "This is absolutely monstrous and does anybody know if it requires a permit?"
The picture was captioned, "These baby cages were used in apartments in the 1930s to make sure the child got enough fresh air and sunlight."
Good intentions right? People need to realize that times were very different 85 years ago. Health standards and safety hazards were drastically different. They also didn't have social media to criticize every action you did. People made mistakes, sometimes bad things happened, but it was a realistic learning experience. YOU MOVED ON.
Here's Reynolds interview with TODAY that was posted yesterday and it shows some insight on his new movie along with a quick response to his baby drama.

Reynolds simply states, " You know, I'm a first time dad and that is not the first mistake I've made and I can guarantee you that it won't be the last."

Lively and Reynolds have tried to keep their daughter James out of the public eye since last December and especially now with all of the controversy. I say no big deal and move on. Every parent makes some mistakes. Do you think he needed an apology?

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Absurd! Everyone is desperate to lynch him over nothing. Must have been a slow news day for the haters. He's doing just fine.
I think people took this one a bit far, it was a simple mistake and I doubt it was made intentionally to hurt the child. He will figure all of these new tools out with time
@christianmordi I agree. It's just the trial and errors of parenting, people just aren't patient enough to let him figure everything out.