Socialite Tamara Ecclestone, 32, has divided her followers once again after posting another picture of herself breastfeeding her daughter, Sophia, 3.
Sharing the image to her own Instagram, the daughter of Formula 1 mogul Bernie Ecclestone, offered praise to the photographer for capturing the touching image. “Thank you @ivetteivens for capturing this beautiful moment this is by far my favourite photograph but mainly thank you for spreading this message,” she wrote. Thank you @ivetteivens for capturing this beautiful moment this is by far my favourite photograph but mainly thank you for spreading this message.
Tim Causa from Northern Virginia in the US had the light-bulb moment to create the device when he was his feeding his baby son in the middle of the night. “But I needed something to help me hold a bottle and my smartphone. The simple contraption, holds a baby’s wide-mouth bottle as well as a smartphone, enabling parents to feed their baby at the perfect angle while also catching up on important work emails/scroll through Instagram.
Just when you thought we might be done with all the mum-shaming, another mother is verbally attacked for breastfeeding her son in a shopping centre. This was the exact dilemma mum-of-two, Kate Louise from Victoria, Australia found herself in earlier this week.
AKA texting or using your mobile phone while breastfeeding is the current BF buzz word du jour and the latest way new mums are being shamed. According to some experts brexting can interrupt mother-baby bonding and cause mums to miss signs and cues that their baby is trying to make contact which can in turn lead to clinginess and attachment issues. “[Mums] could be missing cues that they’re full or they’re still hungry or their latch isn’t secure or if they are having trouble swallowing,” psychologist Kateyune Kaeni, told Southern California Public Radio.
Annie Ferguson Muscato from Florida was shopping for formula for her baby she was approached by a stranger who told her “breast is best.” The comment hit a nerve with the new mum because she’d struggled to breastfeed her little one for weeks.