Tammy Slaton Sparks Controversy for Letting Nephew Use iPad

Tammy Slaton Sparks Controversy for Letting Nephew Use iPad

Tammy Slaton, the star of the popular reality TV show 1000-Lb Sisters, has once again caused a stir on social media. This time, the controversy centers around her decision to allow her two-year-old nephew Gage Halterman to use an iPad.

While many fans praised the cute snapshots of Gage playing with the device, others criticized Tammy’s parenting decision. Some fans argued that screen time can be detrimental to a child’s development and that it could be “ruining the child’s brain.” Others expressed concern for Gage’s well-being, stating that he looked like a “zombie staring into the glowing void.”

The debate sparked by Tammy’s decision to allow Gage to use an iPad highlights the ongoing controversy surrounding children’s screen time. While some experts argue that it can have negative effects on children’s development, others suggest that it can be a valuable tool for learning and development when used in moderation.

Amy Slaton’s Son Gage Steals the Show at Tammy’s Wedding

The latest episode of 1000-Lb Sisters featured an unexpected scene-stealer: Amy Slaton and Michael Halterman’s two-year-old son, Gage Halterman. During Tammy Slaton’s wedding, Gage threw a noisy tantrum that escalated into full-blown screaming, stealing the show from the bride and groom.

As Caleb wiped away tears while facing his bride-to-be, Gage’s cries could be heard in the background. The toddler threw himself off a guest’s lap into the middle of the aisle, rolling around before picking himself back up. Despite Amy’s best efforts to shush him, Gage’s tantrum continued, amusing and bemusing guests and viewers alike.

Fans on social media were quick to praise Gage as the “real star of the show,” highlighting his undeniable cuteness and entertainment value. Others expressed concern for his well-being, questioning whether such a loud and chaotic environment was appropriate for a toddler.

Amy Slaton Faces Criticism for Sharing Video of Son on Scale

Amy Slaton, one of the stars of TLC’s 1000-Lb Sisters, has once again come under fire for her parenting decisions. This time, the controversy centers around a TikTok video she shared of her two-year-old son, Gage, standing on a set of scales.

In the video, Gage can be heard exclaiming “It’s a scale!” as he stands on the device, which announces his weight as 28.4 pounds. Amy captioned the brief video “When ur mom on a weight loss show!!!” While some fans praised the cute clip, others expressed concern that introducing weight to a small child could be damaging to their mental health.

One commenter stated, “Don’t teach the baby about scales; it ruined me,” while another argued that it was “damaging” to introduce weight to a small child. Amy’s parenting decisions have been a topic of discussion among fans since she first appeared on 1000-Lb Sisters, and it seems likely that this latest controversy will continue to fuel the debate.

Written by Ashley Bennett

Reality TV writer.

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