World Breastfeeding Week is observed in the first week of August this year. Medical science tells about a number of positive effects of breastfeeding. Even International celebrities are seen promoting it. Now, even in Bollywood, where the general norms are to hide everything related to personal, Queen actor Lisa Haydon has done the usual practice and shed a lot of myths.
She has shown the world how beautiful this phase of life for a woman could be and there is no reason to feel ashamed of the body changes that occur during pregnancy.
She is seen posting the posts into the media right from embracing pregnancy and pictures of her baby bump and writing inspiring stories for the would-be mothers. She herself posted pictures of her happiness on Instagram promoting a wonderful feeling of motherhood. This time, she is celebrating World Breastfeeding Week, by recently posting a loving picture of breastfeeding her son Zack.
The actress is promoting the importance of breastfeeding a new born and its benefits for a new mother and baby both. Also the same benefits in regaining shape for the mothers.
Generally, it is believed that breastfeeding causes the body to lose its shape, but Lisa Haydon has tried to convince that it rather helped her on the contrary. According to her posts, “Breastfeeding has played such a big part in getting back into shape after giving birth to my baby. Breastfeeding has been challenging+time consuming (literally hours spent every day trying to stimulate milk supply) but it’s such a beautiful way to bond and connect with your child plus all the nutrition that your child gets from your milk”.
I've gotten loads of posts asking about life after having my son… esp to do with weight and fitness. Seeing as it's World Breastfeeding Week- time to give some credit where credit is due. Breastfeeding has played such a big part in getting back into shape after giving birth to my baby. Breastfeeding has been challenging+time consuming (literally hours spent everyday trying to stimulate milk supply) but it's such a beautiful way to bond and connect with your child plus all the nutritional benefits that your child gets from your milk. Look out for my blog post on mycityforkids.com on breastfeeding. Happy #worldbreastfeedingweek