READ MORE: Breastfeeding mum shows 'life hack' using avocado to 'fix' uneven boobs"When people judge me for using child leashes," he wrote. "Come walk a mile in my shoes."The parent is seen walking behind his children while looking after them and holding them by a lead each.He said in an interview with the Today show that this was for his own peace of mind and sanity, adding: "It also allows us to leave the house and do fun stuff as a family without being stressed." But some people disagreed with him – and shamed him for "treating his kids like pets".One said: "I wouldn't use it, they are children, old enough to be close, not dogs.""They are not dogs, how about some teaching what to do," another wrote.And another even blamed the parents, remarking: "Well, whose faults is it?
Five kids?"Despite the backlash, some sprang to Jordan's defence and appreciated him for keeping the kids safe.One mum shared her experience: "No judgement here, I had a runner and I used a child leash after I temporarily lost him the second time."Another commented: "If anything keeps your kids safe, just do it.
People will judge you anyway.""Keeping them safe is number one priority so you're all good sir! It's not hurting them and that's five kids you gotta keep in check," a third added.To get more lifestyle stories from Daily Star delivered straight to your inbox sign up to one of our free newsletters here.The 31-year-old dad admitted taking a six-seat pram was "too bulky and ridiculous to take anywhere".He continued: "The other thing is, they want to walk when we go somewhere crowded."A leash gives them the opportunity to do that – but we're still in control.Read more on dailystar.co.uk