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Celebrating his first birthday in a zombie-themed photoshoot, little Phoenix smiled as he posed for the camera.But his mother Amy Louise, from Brisbane, was slammed after her son was pictured in a series of gruesome photographs feasting on a bloody 'brains' cake.
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'Everything was old news and all that mattered was this little angel in my arms.
He reached out with his tiny fingers and touched my nose and I melted into a puddle of tears.'I'd won the lottery, I was queen of the world I was the luckiest woman on the face of the earth that I got to keep this precious little boy.
I was accused of making fun or making light of tragedy and being an insensitive person.'I was told I shouldn't joke about such horrible things and one woman even said: 'I wish you had have lost your son because then maybe you would have known how this feels.'I was then removed from two mothers groups for posting these "inappropriate and gruesome" pictures.
It shocked me how savage they were after what we had been through.'Amy has hit back at trolls, saying fellow mothers shouldn't be so quick to judge.'I think trolls need to learn that their opinions don't matter and they shouldn't waste their energy writing their thoughts on everything they don't like,' Amy said.