Big Brother Naija 2017 star, Tboss has shared new photos with her daughter as she opened up about breastfeeding.
The proud mother, taking to Instagram to share beautiful photos of herself breastfeeding her daughter, recalled how she almost got depressed when she couldn’t lactate for weeks until one ‘Beautiful Day’ she discovered she had milk.
Read her full post below ;
“Let’s talk Breastfeeding.
When I was pregnant I read a lot. I was glued to Google & all the mommy blogs, pages, books. I even finally braved watching a couple of birthing clips. That was a hard one. But what Genuinely Freaked the heck outta me was Breastfeeding. The thought of it alone gave me sleepless nights. No Jokes.
After having my daughter I didn’t lactate until a couple of weeks afterwards. I almost got depressed. I did EVERYTHING. I ate everything & drank everything they advised until one Beautiful Day I had milk. Words cannot explain how Happy I was & now! Well, Now my Mother calls me “Vacuta Vesela”.
I LOVE to Breastfeed my child, It’s my favorite Mommie & Baby time. It creates a form of Bonding that’s nothing short of Spiritually Magical if such a thing even exists. The way she holds unto me, looks into my eyes whilst she suckles & smiles at me ??. I feel the Most Powerful when I’m breastfeeding. I honestly dread the day that I would have to stop.”
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