Mom Feeds Baby Rocks And Dirt Because She Doesn’t Trust Science

Posted by in Parenting On 5th September 2021
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A TikTok mom has revealed recently that she feeds her baby all-natural foods which includes wood, dirt and rocks. She says she does so because she does not trust science.

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She said this was because she trusted nature more than science and that natural elements such as these would improve the baby’s immune system.

People in the mainstream were made aware of her approach after a YouTuber called her out. 

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@Comingupfern has been sharing her unconventional approach to parenting on her Tiktok for a while and has collected a following in that time.

This time, however, commenters were not in agreement with her approach. She said that she, “exclusively breastfed baby eat sticks, rock, sand, dirt, and unsanitized shopping carts.”

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More attention has been brought to her approach however by other TikTokers and YouTubers who are fearful of the misinformation that can be spread as a result of such a message and the dangers that she could be exposing her baby to.

One YouTuber by the name of Mr Beard said, “The scariest thing about this is that she’s not going to let her child have antibiotics. So while Fern is in the river, fucking sucking on rocks, and he gets an infection, she is not going to give him any antibiotics to help cure that infection.”

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This is not the first time however that she has said something controversial. In earlier videos, she has claimed that she feeds her baby vegan foods and is not afraid of exposing them to bacteria.

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Commenters tried to put their point across but she has claimed in follow-up videos that people used to eat soil and dirt in prehistoric times.

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