SISTER Wives star Mykelti Brown has received backlash over her parenting after sharing a concerning video of her children making a mess of her home.
The TLC personality is a mom to a three-year-old daughter, Avalon, and one-year-old twin sons, Archer and Ace, with her husband Tony Padron, 28.
On Monday, Mykelti, 27, gave her Instagram followers a glimpse inside her chaotic home life with three little ones.
She shared a clip of Avalon and Archer walking around the hallway of her Utah home in their diapers, covered in baby powder.
The TV star then flashed the camera at the carpet and doors that had also been doused with powder.
Upon opening the bedroom door, her other son, Ace, was seen running around in his diaper and playing with the vacuum cleaner.
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Mykelti explained the hectic scene happened after she left the kids alone for “two minutes” while she cleaned up broken glass.
“I saw the rooms after I started cleaning. Let me tell you, they were wayyy worse,” she added at the bottom.
“Great parenting moments and memories…. In 2 years after I’ve calmed down from the events,” the Sister Wives star joked in her caption.
While Mykelti appeared to make light of the situation, critics slammed the busy mom for taking her eyes off the youngsters.
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“Why are these things left in places that they can get to them?” one person asked in the comments.
“HIDE the POWDER!!!” a second demanded, while another warned the star not to “leave her kids unattended.”
In November, Mykelti was ripped by fans for putting her twins in a dangerous situation.
It happened after she shared a clip of her sons roaming around a play area in her house.
Fans noticed the power outlets were not covered and called the TV personality out for potentially putting her kids in danger.
However, Mykelti seemed to delete the comments and defended herself in a separate post on her Stories.
“To all of the comments about the stupid outlets on my recent post, why is that the focal point?” she began.
“I do have outlet plugs for all of my outlets; however, my daughter goes through and pulls them out.
“So every now and then, I’ll put them all back in, maybe once or so a week, and then that exact same day, she goes through and unplugs them all.”
Mykelti then explained that she believed the possibility of Avalon pulling off the covers would be more dangerous.
She said that her children stay away from the outlets when she leaves the covers off.
Mykelti also clarified that she and Tony had tried multiple outlet plugs, but her daughter had removed them all.
“I accept, and I agree that it is dangerous outlet plugs; however, they haven’t been around forever, so what happened to all those other kids?” she added.
Many of Mykelti’s supporters backed her up in the comments, with one writing: “People seriously need to calm down about the outlets. My gosh. I’m sure knows that.”
“Gotta love all the electrical outlet comments. I’m not sure how we survived the 60s, 70s, and 80s without them,” someone else remarked.
“Taught both my kids not to touch it. No issue. Please relax about the plugs,” chimed in a third.
Mykelti is the daughter of Christine, 51, and Kody Brown, 55, who ended their spiritual marriage in November 2021.
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Kody is a polygamist, though he is now only married to one spouse, Robyn, 45, after Christine and his other two wives, Meri, 53, and Janelle, 54, left the patriarch.
Christine tied the knot with David Woolley, 59, in a fairytale wedding in October 2023, and a two-part special documenting the ceremony aired on TLC last month.