It seems Pink’s son, 2-year-old Jameson, is taking after his former professional motocross rider dad, Carey Hart.

Last December, the toddler rode a dirt bike with his dad at a motocross facility in California, Dearly reported.

Hart told the “parent police” not to worry because he’s a professional, but he got dad-shamed nonetheless.

Some fans criticized the dad for putting a young child on the bike and others were unhappy with the helmet Jameson was wearing.

However, it doesn’t seem the former motocross pro let negative social media comments get to him.

On Tuesday, Hart revealed on Instagram that he taught the 2-year-old to ride his own motorized bike.

The dad shared a video of the toddler riding his bike with ease despite his young age. Hart said that he was impressed with his son’s skills.

The proud dad wrote:

Jamo blows me away!!!! Today at the shop I broke out his @ridestacyc electric bike. Literally his first go he made it the length of my shop! I was a little nervous about the throttle, but he picked it up instantly. Not bad for 2 years old. Gonna have my hands full lol.

Many fans seemed impressed with the toddler’s balance and applauded the dad for sharing his interests with his son.

Pink previously defended her husband from dad-shamers and called out social media users who pretend to be “perfect parents,” Dearly reported.

She told one of her husband’s critics:

You sound well informed on the performance of my husband as a father. Answer me this: how often have you spent time with my husband? How often have you watched him parent? Do you know my children? Are you aware of their development? Even better: what are your credentials in Parenting expertise?

Between Pink and Hart, it seems the parents will continue raising their kids the way they think is best — despite what others have to say about it.

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