It's only been a month since Kylie Jenner gave birth to baby Stormi and effectively broke the internet. View this post on Instagram stormi webster 👼🏽 A post shared by Kylie 🤍 (@kyliejenner) on Feb 6, 2018 at 1:14pm PSTOn Friday, Jenner posted a few adorable photos to celebrate her first month as a mother. View this post on Instagram my angel baby is 1 month old today A post shared by Kylie 🤍 (@kyliejenner) on Mar 1, 2018 at 2:50pm PSTUnfortunately, now that she's officially settled into the realm of motherhood, the online critics have come out to play with some classic mom-shaming tactics. Ugh. Why can't people just enjoy a sweet picture of a mother and her child? Kylie Jenner / InstagramBasically, dissenters had strong feelings about the length of Jenner's nails.https://twitter.com/pavloviii/status/969455939299373057 https://twitter.com/devin_ashley/status/969370938885181441How the eff does @KylieJenner wear such long nails with a new born? I can't even go long without scratching my own face!— Savannah Brown (@Sweetsavannahle) March 2, 2018 But not everyone felt this way. Several women chimed in to defend Jenner's nails, after all, it's her body and her business. Plus, if you're accustomed to having long nails, it really doesn't make a difference because that's your default.why is everyone going off on one saying @KylieJenner is a bad mother because she has fake nails on? pretty sure you can still take care of a child with nails on🤨— 𝔢𝔩𝔩𝔦𝔢 𝔟𝔲𝔯𝔫𝔰 🐉 (@EllieBurns00) March 3, 2018 Don’t know why people are going crazy about Kylie Jenner having her nails done when she has a baby. If you’re that used to them it’s really not hard to change a nappy— L I V (@livvyrxbinson) March 3, 2018 Just to be clear that I am not attacking any mums for going back to work soon after having a baby (I did). My tweet is about the tone of the article NOT Kylie Jenner’ lifestyle. I have no idea how hard she works and I don’t care how long her nails are. None of my business. 😘— Sam Chapman (@Pixiwoos) March 3, 2018 In a perfect world, no one would care about the nail-based decisions of young moms. But alas, that concept is miles away from us.