5kilos away from my pre-baby body. A year has passed and so does my diet plan. Failed haha! The only thing that saved me a bit was breastfeeding. It naturally reduces your post-partum weight. I gained 22kilos during my amazing 36weeks pregnancy (yep, got my water broke on 36th week). Lost my first 5 right after delivery, another 10 4months later (all hail to breastfeeding and pumping routinity), another 2, aaaandd it stopped there unfortunately. .
But I could only blame myself for the naughty kilos. Thanks to this lazy as* who can't control her calories intake.
Oh How I miss being thin! 😆
🙌🏻👏🏻There is absolutely N O T H I N G sexual about breastfeeding. If someone has a problem with you feeding your child, something is wrong with THEM, not you. God gave us breasts for reasons other than posing topless in a magazine🙄and if someone tells you to use a cover, ask them if they want to eat THEIR meal under a hot blanket. (I have yet to have someone say something to me(and if I did, I'd tell em to eff right off), but I saw this and thought it was appropriate) #normalizebreastfeeding#breastfeedingisNORMAL#andnatural
#treeoflife#breastfeedingisbeautiful#booblyf#breastfeedingisnormal#boobfood#thebreastisfresh I don't want my princess feeling ashamed of the way she eats or thinking its "normal" to hide whenever she's hungry and wants to eat. Breastfeeding is natural and people need to get over it. Before science took over, generations have been survived by being breastfed, so shut up and grow up. I just need to rant a bit because even at the hospital I'm told to cover up like yeah sure, let me just cover the face of my new born baby who only knows how to breathe through the nose because uhh heller she's new, she barely even knows how to breathe so let me just take away the access of the oxygen EVERYONE NEEDS TO BREATHE from her because immature "adults" feel uncomfortable. Don't encourage breastfeeding if you are also encouraging SIDS and humiliation. Bruh. Pmo
@Regrann from @betterbirthinginbim - Today is the final day of Black Breast Feeding Week : Aug 25th to 31st. While there are many challenges to breast feeding , women of colour have unique cultural barriers & a complex history. Some of these barriers include: Lack of generational suppport. Lack of representation in professional lactation support. Lack of access to professional lactation support in urban areas. Complex emotional history surrounding breastfeeding connected to forced wet nursing for enslaved women. Let us support women of colour to breastfeed. Reach out to a midwife or an organization like Breastfeeding and Child Nutrition Foundation here in barbados and get the support needed. #betterbirthinginbim#breastfeedingisnormal . #standardizebreastfeeding#supportbreastfeeding - #regrann
Today is the final day of Black Breast Feeding Week : Aug 25th to 31st. While there are many challenges to breast feeding , women of colour have unique cultural barriers & a complex history. Some of these barriers include: Lack of generational suppport. Lack of representation in professional lactation support. Lack of access to professional lactation support in urban areas. Complex emotional history surrounding breastfeeding connected to forced wet nursing for enslaved women. Let us support women of colour to breastfeed. Reach out to a midwife or an organization like Breastfeeding and Child Nutrition Foundation here in barbados and get the support needed. #betterbirthinginbim#breastfeedingisnormal . #standardizebreastfeeding#supportbreastfeeding
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Thank you for breastfeeding in public!
Let's N(.)(.)RMALIZE already. #amiright ... &
Thanks for letting us share this.
#Repost @catherine.wigg (@get_repost)
I quickly ran to the grocery store after the gym and Georgia just couldn't wait to eat. And why should she? People walk around eating all the time! Then this sweet mother smiled and said to me "I just want to say good job mama. You do what you've got to do!" And I was so touched. I was so proud. Because not everyone is that nice... but they should be. And I was so so grateful for this reminder of kindness!! 💕 "My opinion is anybody offended by breastfeeding is staring too hard" -David Allen
Did you know that it is the first day of Black Breastfeeding Week. There are racial disparities in the medical care pregnant Black women receive but it does not stop after the baby arrives. I have heard horrible stories from Black moms being pushed into formula immediately because of assumptions by nurses and doctors. This ties into our low rate of breastfeeding successfully, into our high numbers of infant mortality and even into common diseases seen in our community such as diabetes and asthma! National Breastfeeding Month just does not do the job of highlighting and educating on the specific issues that Black women face while trying to have a successful breastfeeding journey. Jasper and I are almost at 9 months of successful breastfeeding and that is all thanks to not only me doing my own research but having an amazing support system of doctors and nurses @roperstfrancis. Something that all women should be afforded and that Black women are, at disproportionate numbers, not. #blackmomsdobreastfeed
Il y avait longtemps tiens ! Un canal lactifère sans doute bouché.. Aie, ouille.. On va essayer que ça se transforme pas en mastite.. En 13 mois et demi.. #lesjoiesdelallaitement#mauxdallaitement#breastfeeding#jedouille
Photo : Impression artistique des canaux lactifères du sein humain
Et vous, mamans allaitantes ou ayant allaité, avez-vous eu ces soucis là ?
#Repost @beckeyfehst (@get_repost)
For World Breastfeeding Week I decided to do a photo a day of Margo and Myself. I did not realise how hard this would be... I should have since I previously had no photos of nursing sessions. Tonight at dinner Duncan asked why Im doing it, I usually do not want my photo taken and definately dont want to take it myself.
Because everyone I know who failed at breastfeeding did so because they were scared to feed their baby outside their home and because when I nurse in public it is women and girls who are uncomfortable.
So here is my middle of the night wake up, we are happy with our way and I wouldnt trade it for anything.
#wbw2017#worldbreastfeedingweek#feedingbaby#breastfeedingisnormal#normalizebreastfeeding#nightfeed#happy#motherhood#childhood#supporting @mommybreastfeedingpictures 😊
Regram from @bebe_le_strange_82 "The reason I often post pictures of myself nursing my baby is in no way to offend you or to 'flash' my boobs. The reason I do it is because I believe that the more we talk about Breastfeeding and the more we see it, the more it gets accepted, normal and natural. That's why I do it. I want nursing to become normal so that when my daughter wants to do it, she won't feel ashamed and judged like we can feel today. I don't remember ever seeing a nursing mother growing up. My mom did not breastfed me and I we never talked about it. I never really thought about it before getting pregnant and finding information and support was a struggle. I know so many moms who are too shy to nurse in public because they feel judged. Some won't even try to nurse their baby because they don't have the support and do not know how to go about it. Nursing a child is a beautiful and natural thing. Moms should be encouraged, supported and feeling welcome to do so, anywhere, anytime. So I will keep posting these so people will talk about it, hoping that one day, seeing a nursing mom will become as normal as seeing someone eating a sandwich. And if you are offended, please feel free to unfollow me because I won't stop" #breastfeedingisbeautiful#breastfeeding#normalizebreastfeeding#bosomnectar#breastfeedingmom#breastfeedingisnatural#breastfeedingisnormal @bosomnectar @melkpunt @breastfeeding_world @breastfeedwithoutfear @breastfeedingart #nursingmom#nursingmama#nursinginreallife 📷: @bebe_le_strange_82
The Wangari Muta Maathai,
She's inside of you and I
I honor those who dare to care,
So I raise my fist in the air. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
For the women who came before me
For the sisters still to come
For all that we've accomplished
For all that still needs to be done.
- Natalia Segura "Fist in the air"
✨Youtube her music video, it is truly inspiring!✨