15 Celeb Nursing Moms Who Will Inspire You to BreastfeedThese mommas are using their celebrity status to help promote and normalize breastfeedingby Rachel Perez .
Breastfeeding is a choice, and it's always nice to see a celebrity mom post about her nursing struggles and triumphs. Marian Rivera, Mariel Padilla, Gladys Reyes, Rufa Mae Quinto, Sarah Lahbati, and a lot more have had their share of challenges and have overcome them, thanks to a lot of support and help from family and friends.
In honor of Breastfeeding Awareness Month this 2018, here's a list of inspiring moms who have committed to breastfeeding.
Jolina MagdangalADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Breastfed first child for almost 3 years
The host-actress breastfeed her son Pele for almost three years, and that's also her goals with her newborn daughter Vika. "Gaya ni Pele dati, everyday kasama ko si Vika kahit may work kasi pure breastfed siya. Kaya 'pag may mga naiipon akong breast milk para sa kanya mas nababawasan ang worries ko. Ang lagi kong dasal, magawa kong may ma-pump pa na madaming milk hanggang three years or more para makapag-donate na rin ulit ako," she wrote.
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Breastfeeding for 3 years now
The lifestyle blogger and Belo Baby Mombassador has been breastfeeding her son Tristan for three years now—and counting. Kelly said it has been especially helpful since they travel a lot. While she initially didn't plan on nursing this long, she is determined to do so until her son weans himself.
Princess VelascoADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Breastfed first child for 2 years
The singer is currently breastfeeding her second son, Milo, who's turning one month this August. Princess also breastfed her first son, Kobe, for more than two years.
Breastfed for 2 years
The soon-to-be mom of two has been very candid about her not-so-perfect mom life. She has said before that she struggled with low milk supply but soldiered on to breastfeed her daughter Lucia until after her second birthday. She may not be looking forward to sleepless nights when her second baby is born, but this momma will definitely not give up on breastfeeding so easily.
Paula Peralejo-FernandezADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Breastfeeding for more than a year and a half now
"I could have stopped during my lowest, and be traumatized at the thought of breastfeeding another baby someday; thankfully, I decided to stick with it—finally, our storm has passed, and we are on a smooth journey," Paula wrote. She said her nursing struggle has just finally been resolved in May this year when son Pablo was only about a year and a half years old. "We are still here - not stopping and seeing the benefits of breastfeeding in my son every single day," Paula added.
Breastfed for more than a year
It's unclear if Iya is still breastfeeding Primo now that she's about to give birth to her second son, Leon. One thing we know for sure, well after Primo's first birthday last year, Iya was still nursing and pumping breast milk.
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Breastfeeding for a year now
Kylie had aimed to breastfeed Alas for a year, but she's rethinking her decision, and would probably wait for her son to wean himself from her breast. "It’s more about the bond, that I can’t let go of. Apart from the struggles, breastfeeding is one of my favorite things about being mama," she wrote.
Breastfed first child for more than a year
The Kalinga ni Nanay founder has been breastfeeding her second daughter, Alessi. She breastfed her older daughter Mori, well beyond her first birthday. In fact, she was still breastfeeding Mori in January this year. Jennica has said before that she's game to do tandem breastfeeding if need be.
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MayaADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Breastfeeding for 11 months now
"Mother’s milk is liquid love," the new mom wrote. Her daughter Arabella Simone is turning 11 months this August—Maya is determined to continue breastfeeding her little one.
Breastfeeding for 10 months now
Her daughter Nala is 10 months old now, and Camille is still exclusively breastfeeding. It was a commitment she and her husband VJ Yambao made since welcoming her into their world. "All the pain was truly worth it. 10 months and counting, I now share a beautiful bond with my daughter that’s too precious and incomparable," Camille wrote.
Shamcey SupsupADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Breastfed for six months
The beauty queen mom is getting ready for her breastfeeding journey with the arrival of her second baby soon. "I'm hoping and praying that my breastfeeding journey will be much easier this time around," she wrote. Shamcey breastfed daughter Nyke well beyond six months.
Breastfeeding for six months now
She's proud of being able to exclusively breastfeed (no bottles!) her daughter Adalynn Riley for six months now and counting. Alyanna's goal is to continue nursing for a year or maybe even more.
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Breastfeeding for six months now
Breastfeeding has been a significant part of this new mom's life. Saab said expressing and donating excess breast milk was therapeutic for her after her daughter Luna died. With son Pancho now six months old, this mom has mastered some solutions to clogged milk ducts, and is determined to overcome all the struggles that may still come her way.
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Breastfeeding for four months now
This mom has been breastfeeding her son Baltie for almost four months now. Isabelle has been sort of an expert for multitasking—nursing while traveling and even while taking a dip in their pool.
Breastfeeding for two months now
Since giving birth prematurely to her son Hunter James Pitt, Cristalle has been busy latching and pumping breast milk. The little one just turned two months, so they have a long way to go, but Cristalle is up for the challenge, even if it means pumping during the wee hours.
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