As long as kids are safe, happy, and loved, it's always best to keep your judgments to yourself on what you think of certain sleep-training practices, toys, breastfeeding decisions, or overall parenting practices. Especially if you don't have children yourself, there are a lot of skills that are learned on the job and you're not an expert on childcare just because you read an article once about co-sleeping or the best car-seat once. Offering unsolicited advice on anything is usually a risky move, but people are rightfully extra defensive when it comes to their children. Unless you're worried about the well-being of someone else's child, imposing your own parenting preferences or your hypothetical scenarios onto a friend's family is a recipe for an awkward Sunday brunch.
So, when a concerned woman decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about an argument she got into with her pregnant friend over motherhood, people were quick to help deem a verdict.