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Ali Fedotowsky “cried her eyes out” after he was criticised of having a nanny

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Ali Fedotowsky was thinking that if she was being honest with her fans when she recently revealed on her blog, All Things Ali Luvs — that is, she hired a nanny.

In the post — the title is “I have aids and die, even as a nanny!” — the mother-of-two explained how the “village,” are pouring over the men in her life and that her life”, and it is possible to work.”

The “Bachelorette” alum — who shares a 2-year-old daughter, Molly, and a 1-year-old son, Riley, with her husband, Kevin Manno — and went on to give details about her life, how she was a “stay at home (working) mom.” Fedotowsky insists that it is running on its web site, is a full-time job, and, in addition, she works part-time at a TV show.

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However, the former reality tv star was criticised for calling herself a “stay-at-home mom,” which prompted her behavior, both in an edit to her post, and her her Instagram the Story of a Friday.

“Just like crying my eyes out reading some of the comments on my blog,” Fedotowsky admitted to her Instagram Story. “I’m going to try not to cry in here, because I don’t want to let it get to me anymore than it already is. I wrote a blog post the other day about having a nanny… All of the projects I worked on were to start and I had to help them. So, we’ve hired someone.”

“And I wanted to finally start spending a bit of time to work on myself,” Fedotowsky continued. “If it’s going to take a workout class, which I am going to do right now.”

The “Ali Luvs” the blogger went on to explain that the point of her post was that when people do come all over her social media accounts, as they know that they can help you, and they don’t have unrealistic expectations of themselves.

(Ali Fedotowsky Instagram)

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“I wanted people to know that although it may seem as if I was doing it on social media, such as the one with my hair done nice, and my make-up done and to work with all of these jobs while my kids watch together. I didn’t have to do it alone! I don’t want people to see that and feel bad about themselves. I didn’t want people to have to scroll through Instagram and think, ” I have to live with that without the help and support that I have.”

Fedotowsky acknowledged that they’re aware not everyone is so lucky.

“I just want to say that I am aware of how lucky I am,” she said. “I know, I’m so happy that I am at a point in my life where I was able to breathe a little bit, and then go to a training class and there was a little bit of help. I know that all moms are not happy.”

The 34-year-old went on to say, “I know that some of the mothers are helping their children go to school, so that they will be able to continue to work with the most difficult job ever, and then come home and be exhausted, and you have a full-time mom again. I know that you don’t get to go to training classes. I’m sorry if my blog is not that way. Just wanted to help people.”

(Ali Fedotowsky Instagram)

“Don’t want you to see on social media, in order to make you feel that you have to live up to the perfect images of mothers with blown-out hair, full make-up and a perfectly clean house. I’m not perfect, and I’m sorry,” she concluded.

On her blog, Fedotowsky wrote: edit-she is saying that she is “not a stay at home mom” and that she was just “trying to convey” and that she’s lucky, she gets to work from home most of the day, and to be with her children. “However, it is difficult to have a job to do,” she added.

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In January, Fedotowksy had candidly with Fox News about what it was like raising two kids under three.

“You have to figure if there is a second baby is coming in it’s going to be twice as loud, but it really isn’t. It’s like 10 times as much, at least for me, is all,” she told us at the time. “Everything is turned upside down.”

“Everything is harder and there is no real break in, but it’s amazing,” gushed the proud mom.

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