Trina Cary Photography. But this photographer from Canada also knows that not every mom feels empowered during her postpartum journey, especially if she's breastfeeding, and Cary wants to change that. I couldn't wipe the smile from my face," she wrote on her blog. The whole evening was oozing with empowerment, support, and love. Cary planned her photos around the idea of capturing the full moon, but storm clouds blocked her original vision. Still, the shoot turned out to be even more powerful than she imagined because of the connection these moms formed. I just LOVE being a part of it.
Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Photographer Ivette Ivens wants to make public breastfeeding the norm. From church to parties, from farmers market to high-end designer stores. She is also a proponent for extended breastfeeding.
Instead of feeling forced to cover up while breastfeeding or feeling ashamed of nursing in public, one mom is doing the opposite. Although some may have preconceived notions about why a woman would post a nude photo, Chantel Quick is breaking these assumptions and judgments with her empowering post that has many cheering. For this new mom, having the chance to breastfeed her baby has changed her perspective on what many consider to be a taboo topic -- and she refuses to hold back. Chantel is a gynecological teaching associate, doula, and blogger behind Earth Based Mom , and she isn't afraid to be vulnerable in order to bring awareness to the natural power that women have within their bodies.
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