It's unfortunate that in women are still being criticized about whether or not they choose to breastfeed their children—or even where they decide to do so. Feeding your child is a good thing! The comedian gave birth to her son, Gene Attell Fischer, in May.
So I was two people, and I eventually morphed back into one. I thought it was going to be the opposite. I nursed my daughter for two years and as soon as I stopped I had more energy.
When it comes to nursing, famous moms have dealt with the pain and the shaming and the beautiful moments of serenity that their non-famous counterparts know all too well. In honor of National Breastfeeding Month, here is a compilation of memorable moments when celebrities opened up about nursing their babies. Sunday morning snuggles with my baby girl.
As Seyfried explained on Dr. The star admitted she was also overproducing milk, and suffered from mastitis. The good news?
Despite the fact that it's the 21st century and women have made great strides in many areas, there is still a faction of the public that finds breastfeeding to be something shameful. There are endless stories of nursing moms being shamed for feeding their children in public, sad proof that society still has a long way to go when it comes to normalizing breastfeeding. But some celebrity moms have dedicated themselves to breastfeeding advocacy, sharing photos and giving interviews in support of normalizing this natural act.
Amal Clooney Amal and George Clooney welcomed their first children together, twins Alexander and Ella, in June and although their high flying business and Hollywood lives seem far from relatable, when it comes to raising twins this power couple face the same difficulties as any parent of multiples. Despite telling Vogue in a recent interview that her son is "quite a healthy eater," breastfeeding twins proved to be challenging for Amal. Serena Williams The tennis superstar reached out to fellow mums on Twitter when she posted this beautiful shot of herself beaming at her daughter Alexis.
Celebrities have the power to influence the opinions and perspectives of their fans and that ability has strengthened tenfold since the dawn of social media. Many celebrities have chosen to use that power to share information about topics and social issues that are close to their hearts. That includes celebrities who are also moms — many of whom are choosing to speak out and share photos that normalize breastfeeding.
Celebrities have the power to influence the opinions and perspectives of their fans, and that ability has strengthened tenfold since the dawn of social media. Many celebrities have chosen to use that power to share information about topics and social issues that are close to their hearts. That includes celebrities who are also moms - many of whom are choosing to speak out and share photos that normalize breastfeeding. Breastfeeding, in public especially, has been demonized and sexualized for decades.
Celebrity moms are just like us, they say. But when it comes to feeding their babies, starlet moms might actually be more relatable than we thought. So, in honor of World Breastfeeding Week, here is a compilation of memorable breastfeeding moments in Hollywood.
You know that breast milk is made just for babies and that breastfeeding boasts lots of benefits for both you and your little one. Here are six inspirational celeb moms who shared their bottle-feeding journeys very publicly. After posting an ode to her adorable 6-month-old daughter — which just happened to feature a bottle — on Instagram, the Internet trolls came out of the woodwork to judge Coco Rocha for using formula. She explained that she faced a common issue, low milk supplythat eventually messed with her best-laid plans.