13 Fotos de mamás amamantando a sus dos hijos a la vez que prueban que las mujeres somos INVENCIBLES

Cono si amamantar a un bebé no fuese una proeza suficiente, hay madres que sencillamente tienen dos bebés hambrientos a la vez y no pueden dejar de satisfacer las necesidades de sus pequeños.

Definitivamente las mujeres somos seres invencibles, y para que te convezcas de ello, mira estas 13 fotos de lactancia materna ¡por partida doble!

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1- ¿Dos pequeños hambrientos? ¡Mamá feliz!

2- Por su sonrisa ella fue la primera en la fila…

3- Simplemente parte de la naturaleza.

4- ¡Y sin dejar de trabajar!

#tbt 5/19/15 when my #twins were 5 weeks old and despite the sleep deprivation and frequent (every 2-3 hours, 24-7, 45 min at a time) #breastfeeding, I was still getting shit done.  #MarinaAbramovic thinks children hold women back in the art world, but as @dubz19 put so aptly, "FUKKK THAT". All Marina knows is her own experience, and it may be true for her, but that is not everyone's experience nor truth. Becoming a #mom (of twins no less) has personally helped me become a better #artist – I learned to be extremely efficient with my time, prioritize what's important and let go of the rest, and #multitask like a champ.  I learned to function (even if barely) on very little sleep, and out of the chaos, insanity and even torture at times, a flood of new emotions entered into my work, becoming more interesting & layered as a result.  I'm also not saying that artist parents are better artists than non-parent artists, or that choosing not to be a parent will deny you access to these learning experiences.  What I am saying is that parenting is like any other challenge in life – the biggest fucking challenge in my own life thus far – and if you embrace it and figure out creative solutions, you can emerge a better person.  It's important to think about the ways in which these challenges can help you move forward, rather than hold you back.  #artistmom #tandembreastfeeding #multitasking #heinkoh #greenpoint #brooklyn #nyc

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5- Porque el amor se puede repartir.

The morning after Ever's birth and our first tandem nurse was and still is one of the most memorable days of my life and my experience as a mother. I think back to the times I stayed awake staring long after they went to sleep. Heavy eyes met me in the morning but the ebb and flow of their breathe will be forever rhythmically in tune with Sea of Love and that loving mood. It goes by so fast. So incredibly fast. It's funny how you never really notice until they're almost thirteen and they're asking you if they can go to South America. This was the beginning of my last mother chapter and now I'll forever have this moment to look upon thanks to this community and the confidence in myself to share moments like this with the world. #tribedemama #motherhoodrising #empoweredbirthproject #birthofamama ✨

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6- Cuando te miran con esos ojos… irresistible.

7- Cualquier momento es bueno.

8- Aunque es todo un reto.

Awww my heart melts… 😍💙 I was looking back over photos today and found this. Thought it was the perfect time to share again since we are in #worldbreastfeedingweek. BUT while it's nice to celebrate World Breastfeeding Week I think we should actually be celebrating ALL the mamas and bubbas out there! Breast or bottle ~ a fed baby is a HAPPY baby! I have seen first hand how struggles with breastfeeding can emotionally torment mothers, it's so important that while we do celebrate breastfeeding journeys that we also celebrate mums for ALWAYS trying their best 🌟💕 Those very early days, weeks and months of breastfeeding were REALLY tough. I remember in the first few weeks it just completely ZAPPING me, I could barely function and I felt like it just drained every ounce of energy I had. Sometimes I felt so exhausted and physically and emotionally drained from it I almost felt like I had no love to give 😢😢 It was sooooo hard and I really didn't know how I was going to continue… But I know now looking back it was just my body adjusting ~ hormones, no sleep, giving birth, adjusting to life with 2 babies in it – BIG changes that are sure to knock you around. We eventually found our groove with breastfeeding and although I felt like it really restricted me from ever leaving the house in that first year I was quite emotional, extremely anxious and really sad and scared when Lachie and Samuel self weaned at around 13 months. I was worried we would lose part of 'US' but it's amazing how they have been able to show me love and share our special bond in other ways. Now they come up and cuddle right into me, blow kisses, plant big sloppy ones on my face and wrap their arms around my legs as I walk 😋💙 so much love for this mama. I know breastfeeding is just one journeys we shared and I'm so excited for what others are to come 🌟😍 So while it has been lovely to see all the beautiful breastfeeding pictures this past week I would just like to also say that I think ALL mamas are BEAUTIFUL ~ everyone's journey is different ~ and everyone's journey is special ~ NOT just one week of the year ~ but EVERY week of the year 💕🌟😋 keep on shining mamas 🌟🙌

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9- No se puede negar que es muy hermoso.

10- Y aunque uno ya se pueda poner de pie…

11- Siempre serán los pequeños de mamá

Happy World Breastfeeding Week! This week my feed will be full of breasts and baby heads, all in an effort to help normalize breastfeeding. Here is a typical morning around here with my girls. Tandem nursing a toddler and baby definitely isn't common in our society, so I get tons of glares and lots questions when people find out. I love to answer, so please always feel free to ask. The most common question I get is how often they nurse. A: Penny is still a newborn who feeds on demand day & night, while Lucy only nurses 1-2x's a day in the morning and at bedtime. Nursing is also a great way to soothe an upset or hurt toddler. *Please note there is no judgement on my part if you choose not to breastfeed. I support all parents making informed choices and caring for their babies in a loving way. There is no one way to be a good parent 💗

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12- Nos se puede negar que nos hace inmensamente felices.

Simplemente invencibles.

Si las mujeres somos capaces de hacer esto sin que nadie ni nada nos detenga, entonces considera todo de lo que somos capaces. El cuerpo humano es una máquina imparable y solo las madres saben exactamente qué es lo mejor para sus hijos, y nada les impedirá luchar por la salud de sus bebés.

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