Hilaria Baldwin has no time for mum-shamers.
"Let me be really clear about something," the Mom Brain podcast host said on Instagram. "I will post here and there about how we are doing. If you send me a comment telling me how much to post or how little, and I happen to see the message, I will just block you.
"I'm not interested in those opinions," she continued. "5 kids in, we are happy, healthy, bonded, tired, busy, but blessed."
Hilaria, who is married to 30 Rock actor Alec Baldwin, welcomed son Eduardo Pau Lucas last week. The Living Clearly Method author reminded people that she doesn't only use Instagram to update fans on her kids, but also to keep in touch with family and friends.
"Especially now, during Covid, this is how they will meet Edu," she added. "I look back to these pics and am always happy to pause and document. I never regret it. When I see a negative comment, I always wonder…why do you follow me if you don't like what you see? Now back to my family."
Baldwin, 62, posted a supportive comment under the post, praising his wife for sticking up for herself.
"The content of this page is determined by you and you alone," he wrote. "And NO ONE has better instincts about the public/private wall than you."
"Those who visit these sites to express their harsh judgments and insinuate how you should conduct yourself deserve one policy," he continued. "Block them. This is not a debate."
The post came after Baldwin shared a photo to Instagram showing her breastfeeding baby Edu with a toothbrush in her mouth, captioning it, "3.5 days in and we are champs at multitasking," along with a laughing crying emoji.
Comments immediately poured in, and while some commended the mum for her 'real' post about motherhood, critics thought it was an overshare.
"Some things can just be kept to yourself… the public does not have to see your whole life on Instagram," one person commented.
"What ever happened to a bit of privacy… must you put everything out there?"
"There is no trophy for being the most busy," said another.
"What I think is she wants to show that it is possible to have a family and to struggle with everyday tasks that all women face!" another user pointed out.
"I admire her for what she does! She takes care of her family in a beautiful and smart way."
Hilaria shares daughter Carmen, six, and sons Rafael, five, Leonardo, three, and Romeo, two, Alec, her husband of eight years.