Pink left fans both delighted and concerned when she posted two photos on Instagram featuring her children on Friday.
The singer shared a snapshot of Willow, ten, and Jameson, five, flying high in the sky while enjoying their new trampoline.
While many of her social media followers thanked her for sharing the glimpse into family life and remarked on how much they resembled her, there were others who were worried about their activity.
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"I really hope this trampoline was a good idea," she captioned the post. "#winning #flying #pleaselordgivemestrengthandlessanxiety."
Unfortunately, a number of Pink's fans weighed in and decided the trampoline was dangerous and wrote: "3 words: supracondylar humerus fracture….. I've pinned over 150 of these," while another added: "OMG! Having a terrible flashback of my son landing wrong once."
Others said they'd broken limbs on trampolines and urged them to be careful. But there were also hoards of people who loved that the children were enjoying their new toy.
Pink's children were flying high on their new trampoline
"These kids are fearless like their parents," one fan chimed in as another remarked: "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree baby."
Pink is no stranger to high-flying stunts in her energetic performances and her husband, Carey Hart, is a motocross competitor.
Last year, Pink had a health crisis of her own after she underwent hip surgery.
She revealed she'd been recovering from the "brutal," operation and thanked her ever-devoted husband for helping with the painful aftermath.
The couple are proud parents to their two adorable children
Alongside a photo of herself at home, she wrote: "Hey world! This is what 9 hours of sleep and cuddles from my kiddos looks like 7 days post hip surgery!! I have to say thank you to everyone at The Steadman Clinic in Vail and Dr. Philippon for taking such good care of me."
She then heaped praise on her motocross husband for everything he has done for her.
"Because I’m married to an athlete who has hundreds of surgeries, I get to meet some of the world's greatest doctors," she said. "I am never not completely grateful.
"It was a brutal first week full of tears and pain med depression, ulcers from meds and constant fevers, but my @hartluck brought me through. (No one recovers from surgery like he does, he’s not real)."
Pink thanked him for bringing her coffee in the shower, lugging around her "100 pound CPM contraptions everywhere I went."
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