Ashley Graham is every 'multitasking' mom in latest breastfeeding post
Ashley Graham has been getting real about motherhood on Instagram.
Now, as any parent will attest, multitasking is simply part of the job. It's hard enough to be a fully functioning adult without the added stress of a little human needing your care, but when we carefully delegate our daily tasks, it's not only possible but something that we can do successfully.Graham shared this nude video while pregnant:
So, to celebrate this inevitable part of parenthood, Graham shared a picture of herself breastfeeding her son Issac while scrolling through her phone - because busy moms need to work however and whenever they can!
Graham captioned her latest nursing snap: "Multitasking sunday [sic]".
However, Graham hasn't just been sharing breastfeeding snaps from inside the privacy of her home. She's also shared them from public spaces too, like this coffee shop, normalizing a practice that can help to give babies the best possible start in life.
And needless to say, this has won Graham a lot of praise online.
One fan wrote: "Ah I love this love seeing other women breastfeeding in public because it helps me feel more confident doing it even though I’ve been exclusively breastfeeding over 4 months now still get embarrassed [sic]."
The 32-year-old also proudly showed off her stretch marks on Instagram in an act of body positivity, writing: "same me. few new stories [sic]."
In another candid post about post-partum life, Graham opened up about the unexpected effects that motherhood has had on her body.
She wrote: "Raise your hand if you didn’t know you'd be changing your own diapers too. After all these years in fashion, I never could've guessed that disposable underwear would be my favorite piece of clothing but here we are!''
"No one talks about the recovery and healing (yes even the messy parts) new moms go through. I wanted to show you guys that it's not all rainbows and butterflies!"
Hopefully, Graham's candid posts on the reality of motherhood will be appreciated by new moms as they grapple with the challenges of a new baby and their postpartum bodies.