Csodaszép fényképek a szoptatásról: az anyatejes táplálás világnapja van ma

1992 óta a mai az anyatejes táplálás világnapja.

Így is hallhattuk már: a szoptatás világnapja.

Az Egészségügyi Világszervezet és az UNICEF közös programjának célja a csecsemők egészséges táplálásának segítése világszerte. A szoptatás és az anyaság ünnepe a mai: ennek örömére fantasztikus képeket hoztunk nektek!

A mai, mint egy második anyák napja az évben:

édesanyák, legyen csodás napotok!

 

,,Az anyákban van valami, ami alatta marad és fölébe emelkedik a józan észnek. Az anyának ösztöne van! A teremtés végtelen és kiszámíthatatlan akarata él benne, az vezérli tetteit.” (Victor Hugo)

 

Today is the start of World Breastfeeding Week! Teddy and I are celebrating over 12 months of breastfeeding. We had a bit of a rough start to feeding, but so it seems that most people do. It was nothing like it thought it would be and so much harder than I ever imagined. I'm so grateful to have some very supportive people in my life that helped me through the rough start and continue to support me now. Before Teddy arrived, I just assumed that I would stop feeding once he turned one, because that's just what people do. Now that we are here though, I can't see us stopping just yet. I'm not sure what the future holds for us, but at the moment it's working for us so we will continue to breastfeed. Breastfeeding is something that I have become really passionate about over the last 12 months and I really feel that our health system lets mums and babies down in this regard. Mums (and their families) need more education and more support. Midwives and child health nurses need more breastfeeding specific training. I'm just lucky that I had people to help me find the right information because I definitely could have given up in those early weeks. I'm so glad we stuck it out. So thankyou to all of you who have supported us along this journey. . . ? Beautiful photos by @dani.drury – I'm so so grateful to have these images to celebrate our journey. . . . . #worldbreastfeedingweek #worldbreastfeedingweek2018 #wbw2018 #12monthsandcounting #breastfeeding #breastfeedingmama #normalizebreastfeeding #informedisbest #breastfeedingsupport #breastfedbaby #breastfedtoddler #mamasmilk #australianbreastfeedingassociation #aba

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Jestem dumna z siebie. Jestem dumna że karmię piersią. To najlepsze co każda mama może dać swojemu dziecku do jedzenia – własne mleko. Wykarmiłam Pole, teraz mam też piękną, mleczną drogę z Franiem. W wypadku karmienia piersią, piękna nie znaczy usłana różami – to znaczy wywalczona, przecierpiana, pełna wątpliwości, ale udana. Jestem dumna z tego że nigdy nie kupiłam ani jednej puszki mleka modyfikowanego, moje dzieci nigdy nie zaznały jego smaku. Jestem dumna bo tak chciałam i to się na razie udało, jestem dumna bo o to walczyłam – po to wylewałam łzy gdy na początku karmienie bolało, po to szukałam kompetentnego lekarza który przepisze antybiotyk na zapalenie piersi a gorączka sięgała 39 stopni, po to spędzam długie godziny z ssakiem przy piersi i wiem że nie zastąpi mnie w tym nikt inny. Dziś zaczynamy Międzynarodowy Tydzień Karmienia Piersią. Celebrujcie go mamy karmiące, dając dzieciakom ten niezwykły dar którym obdarzyła nas natura?????#karmieniepiersia #dziecko #mamakarmiaca #mlekiemimiloscia #karmiewszedzie #karmiepiersia #karmiejemwszystko #kochamkarmicpiersia #mojewszystko #mojedzieci #miedzynarodowytydzienkarmieniapiersia #riskmadeinwarsaw #brestfeeding #internationalbrestfeedingweek #brestfeedingmom #ilovebrestfeeding #normalizebreastfeeding #mothersmilk #iproducemilkwhatsyoursuperpower #purenature fot. Marta Zabawa

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Before Illyria, I always supported breastfeeding. But in the way that a non-mommy does, “I support it, but do it in private” “I’d never feed MY baby in front of other people” and things like that would be the comments I would make. And I’m sorry I did. But being a mommy, and being a breastfeeding mommy has opened my eyes. We must celebrate it, and encourage others to try. But most importantly, I feel that all mommies should be given places to feed and change their babies comfortably, whether that be with bottles or a boob. And to feel that wherever they choose to feed their babies, it can be done without shame or judgement from those around them. ?????????? #breastfeedingmom #WorldBreastFeedingWeek #NormalizeBreastfeeding #FedIsBest #SupportBreastfeeding #SupportMoms

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I absolutely LOVE this !! If you know anything about me, you know breastfeeding has been anything but easy. We’ve had weight gain issues, jaundice concerns, lip and tongue tie revision (which at 2 months of age causes her to learn how to feed all over) latch issues, countless lactating consultations and support groups, crying daily because I want to breastfeed so bad, but we never gave up because I know how good it is for my baby. I’m not saying formula is bad because we still have to supplement some because I can’t keep up with her needs. But I know mamas milk is the best, as well as the bond I have with her. I’m so thankful I have a body that can create life and feed her as well. My body is amazing and I’m forever grateful to be a mommy

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Worldbreastfeedingweek? #normalizebreastfeeding #solittle #almostoneyearago

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This is a post in honour of #worldbreastfeedingweek . True confession of a breastfeeding mom: It took me a long time to decide if I was going to post this picture. I am so scared of the judgement people cast on women who breastfeed in public. Every time we go out, I secretly hope Lukas doesn't get hungry. I pack enough covers and sit in the furthest corner of a restaurant. The first time I had to breastfeed at a restaurant I could feel people staring. I got so nervous that Lukas didn't latch properly and it was an awful and painful 15minutes. Why do I feel this way? Why is it so difficult to just do it with confidence? Of course I am not going to go sit in the toilets and feed my child where strangers poop! I am also not going to walk all the way to my car if he is screaming at the top of his lungs for food RIGHT NOW. The point I am trying to make: Why is it so wrong to do something so selfless and natural?? Breastfeeding is hard AF ! Moms should be applauded for just trying. That's why we should #normalizebreastfeeding by not being ashamed to post photos like this. . . #breastfeeding #motherhoodunplugged #motherhood #momlife #motherhoodsimplified #ig_motherhood #parenting Ps. Thankyou to @sugnetkeller for taking this photo ❤

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WORLD BREASTFEEDING WEEK! So this isn’t my usual post but after watching Dispatches Breastfeeding Uncovered & the fact that today marks the start of World Breastfeeding week, here I am feeding my little milk monster. Did you watch the Dispatches programme? I found it really interesting but also so sad to hear some people’s views on breastfeeding in public and how much negativity there still is in 2018. I’ve been lucky I’ve never experienced any negative attitudes and I’m not sure how I’d react if I did. But feeding my baby will always be more important than a stranger feeling uncomfortable & that’s how it should be ❤️ #breastfeeding #breastfeedingweek2018 #worldbreastfeedingweek #supportbreastfeeding #breastfedbaby #breastfeedingmum #breastfeedinpublic #lovebreastfeeding #normalizebreastfeeding #breastfeedinguk #channel4 #dispatches #breastfeedinguncovered #babyspam #babiesofinstagram #letthembelittle #ig_motherhood #capturedmoments #parentingblogger #mumblogger

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,,Nincs még egy olyan kötelék, mint amely egy anyát köt össze a gyermekével. Semmi nem tudja hangosabban megénekeltetni a szívedet, vagy megremegtetni a térdedet.” (Karen Hawkins)

 

 

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