I’m trolled for not changing my clubbing routine after having a baby – he’s looked after so I don’t see a problem | The Sun
MOST parents stop going to the clubs at the weekend once they have a baby.
But one couple from Australia have admitted to not changing their clubbing routine even with a newborn baby.
Taking to TikTok, Skye Sydenham shared a video of herself and her partner still clubbing together after having their child.
She wrote: "We should get home soon, the baby wakes up at 7.
"Us literally not changing our party habits one bit."
The mum added: "Being a parent should immediately waive being hungover."
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While Skye admitted sheposted the video in a light hearted way, trolls soon questioned who was looking after their baby.
One wrote: "Who is looking after the baby at night?? Newborns do NOT sleep whole nights."
But Skye informed the poster that her child has been sleeping through the nights since they were two-months-old.
Another person commented: "As a child of teen parents (I'm now 22), I remember all those nights my parents were out partying. it still affects me to this day."
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A third asked: "Is this a flex?"
To which Skye responded: "Of course, just because you have a baby doesn’t mean you can’t still be yourselves."
The video, which has since gone viral with over 700k views attracted plenty of negative and positive comments from viewers.
While some questioned the parents for clubbing – others praised them for still doing the things they enjoyed.
One added: "Why are people pressed. Just because you are a parent it doesn't mean you cant go enjoy yourself! If they are okay with it and baby is safe, why not?"
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Another person commented: "Oof these comments are not it. Why do so many parents want everyone to be miserable like they are?"
A third replied: "Just because you’re a mum doesn’t mean you can’t go out, lmao grow up they still have a life."
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