Porsha Williams shared a clip featuring her gorgeous daughter, Pilar Jhena, eating. Check out the clip below.
‘This is what happens when she gets full!! Everything turns into a facial 😂🤦🏾♀️’ Porsha captioned her post.
A commenter said: ‘Well, I heard oatmeal is good for the skin 🙌🏾’ and someone else posted this: ‘She’s Super Super Cute!! She Sleepy too!’
One follower said: ‘OMG she looks just like Porsha!!!! 💕’ and a fan posted this: ‘Wait, she was just a baby yesterday!!’
Someone else said: ‘It was the mommy moment came out, and Porsha called out “Pilar,” and she looked like oh shoot,’ and a follower posted: ‘Oatmeal mask!!! Do your self-care girl!!!’
An upset followewr asked: ‘Why must you put Weave in her hair,’ and someone responded with: ‘because sometimes a parent is far to busy to comb style hair on a daily basis… It looks good on her tho.’
Someone else said: ‘it’s not even braided tight. Let Porsha be the great mother that she is. And I’m glad that Porsha doesn’t let comments like this bother her. If people don’t like how Porsha does her hair, don’t follow her.’
A fan said: ‘She’s growing so fast, she looks so much like you!! So beautiful 😍’ and another follower posted this: ‘she is so adorable, and the fall is just bringing out her complexion. But it’s the edges all laid that have me in awe.’
Someone else told Porsha: ‘Please break bad habits now. Might be cute now for pics. Not going to be so cute when PJ is 3 & 4 heading to preschool. You have to sit with kids that age & guide her to eating & train her to call you when she is full if you are going to step away from her in her high chair. If you know she is going to do that when full, then get back to her just as or before it happens. You should not be playing lion sounds when PJ should correct her eating habit. The longer you let this habit go, the harder to retrain PJ. No offense intended & certainly none towards PJ, but it’s on you. You will have so many new things to train her with; it’s best to train PJ as they occur, or it can become overwhelming for both of you down the road.’