Serena Williams, Ashley Graham & More Celeb Moms Get Painfully Honest About Breastfeeding
“I know there is a LOT going on in the world that is much more important but I’m in the throes of newborn land. But I just wanted to know if your nipples can actually fall off from breast feeding?” she wrote on Twitter.
“I’s hard!” The late Naya Rivera told People shortly after welcoming her now-4-year-old son Josey. “Breastfeeding is like finding out that all of a sudden you can get bacon from your elbow… It’s a trip.
“You know what? I don’t care,” she told Entertainment Tonight back in 2015 regarding the breastfeeding-in-public backlash. “I’m going to keep breastfeeding, maybe even until [Elizabella is] 6!”
“Once I got to six months, I felt good about it. … I literally sat Olympia in my arms, I talked to her, we prayed about it. I told her, ‘Look, I’m going to stop. Mommy has to do this.’ I cried a little bit, not as much as I thought I would."
Graham reached a new milestone in breastfeeding n February, marking the occasion with a video on her Instagram Stories.“First pump in an Uber,” she wrote. “Ever so slightly awkward.”
“Breastfeeding is a blast,” comedian Ali Wong wrote on Instagram.
“Please look at my veins going to my milky boobs,” Teigen pleaded of her Instagram and Twitter followers when Miles was a baby. “What is this?”
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