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Holy Mary, Mother Of God, Keeps Having Her Breastfeeding Pics Removed From Instagram

She was going through a Baroque Renaissance phase.

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That time her Beyoncé fierce was on point.

"Can I live?!"
The Virgin and Child- Jean Fouquet (1450) / Via en.wikipedia.org

"Can I live?!"

When JC would not latch on.

Nope.
The Virgin and Child- Follower of Leonardo da Vinci (after 1510) / Via nationalgallery.org.uk

Nope.

And she was like, "Seriously, Jesus, you have to eat!"

If you're skinny, I go to jail. Do you understand?
Virgin and Child- Master of the Legend of Saint Ursula (Late 15th Century) / Via metmuseum.org

If you're skinny, I go to jail. Do you understand?

When she agreed to watch John the Baptist for a couple of hours and couldn't drum up one divine iota of fake enthusiasm for his recap of that morning's episode of "Jake and the Neverland Pirates."

Wait, who?
Madonna and Child with the Young Saint John the Baptist- Cosimo Rosselli (ca. 1490) / Via metmuseum.org

Wait, who?

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When God's only begotten son gave some biblical side-eye.

Whatchu gonna do about it, huh?
Madonna Litta- Leonardo da Vinci (1490) / Via en.wikipedia.org

Whatchu gonna do about it, huh?

When Mary tried to read a book for fun, but Jesus was all "Can you snuggle me, Mama?"

Of course, baby. ::sigh::
Madonna and Child- Jan Gossaert (1527) / Via commons.wikimedia.org

Of course, baby. ::sigh::

When a cherub tried to get in on the action and baby J was having none of it. NONE. OF. IT.

Cool story, bro. Could ya give us a little space? Thanks.
Virgin and Child with an Angel- Antonio Allegri da Correggio (1520) / Via antoniodacorreggio.org

Cool story, bro. Could ya give us a little space? Thanks.

When bae caught her slippin'.

I'm just so tired
Madonna del Bambino- Artemisia Gentileschi (1610-11) / Via it.wikipedia.org

I'm just so tired

And finally, when mother and son fell deeply into each other's eyes.

This is what motherhood looks like, Instragram.
Madonna and Child- Guido Reni (1628-30) / Via ncartmuseum.org

This is what motherhood looks like, Instragram.

The Blessed Virgin reports that all she wants is to capture the beauty and wonder of this special time in her life and share it with her friends and family, saying "I guess I just don't understand how the mostly male artists (shout-out to my girl, Artemisia!) of Renaissance Europe under the patronage of the Catholic Church understood this but the community content reviewers at Instagram don't."

Amen, sister.

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