And there you have it! We love a person who can be comfortable in their own skin, conforming to stereotypes of masculinity can get outta here.
Most of the comments on the reddit post have been supportive of Tyler’s response.
“I think this is a great post and a great way to approach life, especially when you have two daughters,” wrote one user.
“Good for him. A lot of men can’t or won’t accept this, and it makes things harder for themselves,” said another.”
Tyler and Catelynn are open about their lives on social media, as we’ve all come to expect.
Tyler recently posted about his adopted daughter, he and Catelynn’s first child. He posted a photo of his daughter Nova, with a caption about her seeing her big sister.
“I’m so blessed that this beautiful little angel gets to see Carly this weekend! There really isn’t anything more precious to witness as a father than all of his girls together!” he wrote.
Fans are supportive that Tyler allows his children to have a relationship with one another, unlike when some fans were critical about Nova’s mental health.
Fans accused the couple of causing stress for the child due to their strained relationship. Tyler took to Twitter to defend against these accusations.
He tweeted, “Wait…so a kid throws a fit nowadays & we’re calling it ‘abandonment anxiety issues’!? I must have not received that memo, but that you to all of the social media child therapists for this new diagnosis. Hahaha!”