Kvôli dojčeniu ju nazývajú úchylnou: Myslíte si, že to mamička naozaj preháňa?

Kvôli dojčeniu ju nazývajú úchylnou: Myslíte si, že to mamička naozaj preháňa? Zdroj: Instagram/milkitivity_
Táto mladá mama praktizuje prirodzené odstavenie, to znamená, že umožňuje svojim deťom rozhodnúť sa, kedy sa chcú prestať dojčiť. Ľudia sú však z jej správania pohoršení.

Melissa Ostroth dojčí nepretržite už päť rokov, na čom by nebolo nič zvláštne. Dojčenie dvoch dcér (4 a 2 roky) však praktizuje najčastejšie na verejnosti a na striedačku, to znamená že jej na prsníku takmer stále „visí“ jedno z detí. Podľa mnohých to mamička preháňa a na sociálnych sieťach ju zahŕňajú kritikou.

Dojčenie je bezpochyby to najlepšie pre malé bábätká. Kedy je podľa odborníkov ideálna doba na odstavenie?

Melissa tvrdí, že dnešná spoločnosť posiela dojčiace matky kŕmiť svoje deti na toalety alebo do iných izieb, skrátka niekam, kde ich nikto neuvidí. Práve preto dojčí svoje dve deti čo najviac na verejnosti medzi ľuďmi, a to už celých päť rokov. "Začala som dojčiť po prvom pôrode. Dnes mám deti dve a moje mlieko pijú každé 2-3 hodiny,“ hovorí mamička.

Táto žena je kvalifikovanou laktačnou poradkyňou a okrem fanyniek má aj množstvo ľudí, ktorí ju kritizujú, dokonca sa jej na sociálnej sieti vyhrážali smrťou. Ona na to jednoducho nereaguje.

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They call us mothers. We are powerful, strong, brave. We can grow another human inside our bodies and create life. We are able to endure labor pains, an indescribable physical and mental suffering, while somehow managing to push life into this world. We have our stomachs cut open before us, after which we spend weeks recovering while still caring for a new and totally dependent new life, bringing joy to the world. We experience the literal loss of a child—miscarriages, ectopic pregnacies, molar pregnancies, infertility—and the figurative loss as they leave the nest to begin their own life and family. All the while, we bear the grief of it all, somehow persevering. We foster and adopt children that we instantly fall in love with, quickly becoming their mother without another thought. They are ours, they are what we have been waiting for, they are our babies. Our bodies make the most pure and perfect food to sustain the life of another—food that is living and breathing, that changes daily to meet our child’s particular needs. It contains on average of 20,000 white blood cells per teaspoon, plus antibodies and immunities. It’s is medicine, comfort, love. We somehow survive on minimal sleep, and just when we reach the point where we think we can’t give any more, we do. We are a teacher, healer, therapist, safe place, comforter, giver, lover, friend. We always sacrifice, push forward, love. Always. We are mothers.  Tag a mother #milkitivity #normalizebreastfeeding https://milkitivity.com/they-call-us-mothers/ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • • • • #iamthepacifier#mom_hub#normalizebreastfeeding#mommyblogger#mom#igers#mommylife#honestmotherhood#mommylifestyle#momsofinstagram#momlifeisthebestlife#bloggerlife#ig_motherhood#motherhoodrising#motherhoodintheraw#unitemotherhoood#breastfeeding#breastmilk#breastfeedingawareness#picoftheday#babiesofinstagram#photooftheday#

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"Motivujem matky k tomu, aby dojčili svoje deti čo najdlhšie. Poskytujú im tak veľa vitamínov, posilnia ich imunitu a eliminujú prípadné úzkostné stavy. Pre niektorých je toto normálne, iní to pokladajú za úchylné,“ cituje Mellisu denník Metro.

Mellisa propaguje dojčenie aj na sociálnych sieťach, niektorí síce súhlasia s dojčením mamičiek na verejnosti, ale jej správanie sa im zdá extrémne. Čo si o tom myslíte vy?

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Dear Facebook, You claim that you support breastfeeding women and believe that it’s natural but you don’t. Your policy says that mothers are allowed to post breastfeeding pictures, but they aren’t. I’ve had 2 post removed by you for violating your “nudity” and “sexual activity” rule. My posts contained nothing more then breastfeeding and the second time you blocked me for 3 days. You claim that you care about women, but you don’t. When I posted a breastfeeding article that pictured a lactating breast it was removed in 5 seconds but a man who commented sexual remarks on one of my post twice such as “I love your sweet a** and your breasts can I give you money honey?” Wasn’t removed immediately by you. Why are men allowed to post comments on my breastfeeding posts such as “can I move the baby aside and be next” “love your sweet breasts” and “lucky baby?” You see, one is sexual and the other is not. You do not support breastfeeding women, mothers, or women. You choose to target what you say you protect in your own rules “We agree that breastfeeding is natural and beautiful and we're glad to know that it's important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook.” So dear Facebook, why? #milkitivity #magicmilk #normalizebreastfeeding ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • • • • #wrenlylaine#mom_hub#lettthekids#mom#igers#mommylife#honestmotherhood #mommylifestyle#momsofinstagram#momlifeisthebestlife#breastfeeding#ig_motherhood#motherhoodrising#motherhoodintheraw#thehappynow#breastfeeingmamas#breastmilk#unitemotherhood#childhoodunplugged#parenhood_unveiled#clickinmoms#motherhoodthroughinstagram#picoftheday#breastmilk#breastfeedingmom#instababy#pregnantchicken#postpartum

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Tell me again how breastfeeding my toddler is just for myself? Doing loads of laundry with a child hanging off my breast is just for me right? Breastfeeding a monkey-swinging, gymnastics-tumbling, handstand-attempting child while your nipple is in their mouth is what us self-absorbed mothers are constantly longing for! No one is breastfeeding their toddler or older child for themselves. It is for their child alone. I repeat: it is for their child alone. No one is forcing their child to breastfeed and not ween. Don’t get me wrong, I still love breastfeeding—the bond and those quiet moments when my toddler is nursing and cuddling with me fills my heart with joy. The fact I can cure any tears in a matter of seconds, knowing that they are taking in antibodies and immunities that are tailor-made for them, is so amazing. However, for whatever reason, some people have gotten it into their heads that mothers who practice natural-term weening are doing it for themselves and are just not willing “to cut the cord.” Those people are wrong. Breastmilk continues to provide antibodies, immunities, white blood cells, and hormones that are so important for a child to grow. Breastmilk doesn’t lose its benefits with age. In fact “human milk in the second year postpartum contained significantly higher concentrations of total protein, lactoferrin, lysozyme and Immunoglobulin A, than milk bank samples, and significantly lower concentrations of zinc, calcium, iron and oligosaccharides,” (Perrin, 2016). In the second year (12-23 months), 448 mL of breastmilk provides: * 29% of energy requirements * 43% of protein requirements * 36% of calcium requirements * 75% of vitamin A requirements * 76% of folate requirements * 94% of vitamin B12 requirements * 60% of vitamin C requirements * (Dewey, 2001) Pretty awesome, right? ☝🏼 Besides all the benefits mentioned above, breastmilk provides all the immunoglobulins the immune system takes to develop, which takes around 5 years. (Continued in comments and blog) https://milkitivity.com/stopping-saying-that-breastfeeding-past-infancy-is-for-ourselves/ #milkitivity#normalizebreastfeeding

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Happy World Breastfeeding Week! Don’t be afraid to be proud, share, support, and advocate for breastfeeding awareness. Share your pics, share your experiences, and share your knowledge. Don’t be afraid to celebrate your journey. It’s not always easy and so many of us worked freaking hard to get to where we are. We have persevered through false information, lack of support, oversupply, mastitis, clogged ducts, low supply, oral ties, aversions, allergies, ppd/ppa, breastfeeding while pregnant, tandem nursing, and so much more. So in honor of breastfeeding week here’s a pic that my sister in law snapped of me while playing cards at the lake house. As breastfeeding mothers there is no such thing as a convenient time to nurse because any and every time can be a time to nurse. So celebrate your accomplishments and goals this week. Take the time to reflect on your journey the good, the bad, and the ugly. Be proud mama, be you. #normalizebreastfeeding #milkitivity https://milkitivity.com https://www.facebook.com/Milkitivity/ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • • • • #wrenlylaine#candidchildhood#iamthepacifier#mom_hub#lettthekids#mommyblogger#mom#igers#mommylife#honestmotherhood #mommylifestyle#familyfirst#momsofinstagram#momlifeisthebestlife#bloggerlife#ig_motherhood#motherhoodrising#motherhoodintheraw#thehappynow#livethelittlethings#unitemotherhood#childhoodunplugged#parenhood_unveiled#breastfeeding#clickinmoms#motherhoodthroughinstagram

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Zdroj: metro.co.uk, Instagram

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