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The Breastfeeding Bride
Breastfeeding to Shatter Stereotypes
But these powerful, beautiful, sometimes raw images of women breastfeeding their babies are proof of the strength, determination and love that moms from across the country have for their newborns. This beautiful bride took the to-have-and-to-hold part of her wedding vows to a whole new level as she nursed her new baby boy mid-ceremony. That can be especially true for babies with Down syndrome, whose poor muscle tone may interfere with a good latch. Christian Serratos, who plays the butt-kicking, zombie-destroying Rosita in The Walking Dead, took to Instagram to put breastfeeding-shamers in their place. So I will post what I want, when I want. With well over , likes, it looks a lot of people are cheering her on. When Maya Vorderstrasse shared this photo on Instagram , she was floored by the response of over 11, likes. She writes about her struggle to nurse both at the same time. Just love them and do the best you can.
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I have been breastfeeding for nearly 5 years. I started back in April of with my eldest Hans for example and am now tandem feeding with my newborn, River. Breastfeeding for me is so special because It immediately created an unbreakable bond that I am able to share with my children. Hans is autistic and this is the one thing that comforts him the most, it makes him feel safe. Nothing else comes close to being able to calm and soothe him, the way I can when I feed him. He looks to me for security and love in particular, and it makes me so happy that I am still able to do this for him. There are many benefits to breastfeeding and extended breastfeeding. It is the most natural thing in the world for example and it should be normalized, celebrated even! Photography is all about capturing special moments, celebrating milestones, documenting lives, capturing the bond we share with our loved ones! Giving birth to River and having the experience to breastfeed both of my boys together is a milestone.
Emmy Waller, 26, took the picture of her with week-old Alice in celebration of her being able to still feed the baby despite her battling difficulties and jaundice. Instead, Emmy bravely shared the powerful picture in a bid to inspire other women to celebrate their bodies regardless how they look. I only had my baby 12 weeks ago. Nobody looks perfect at the end of the day but women have just got to embrace who they are. Our bodies are full are strength and beauty.