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Sameera Reddy gets emotional as her kid turns 1 month old!

August 13, 2019 | 18:12 IST | Editorial |

Sameera Reddy who gave birth to her second child recently, took to Social Media to share an emotional message for her daughter.

She wrote: “One month already…is the second time round easier? absolutely not ! but soooo worth it ! #motherhood #newborn #herewegoagain.”

Sameera married businessman Akshay Varde in 2014. The couple has a child named Hans. On the work front, Sameera was last seen in Kannada movie Varadhanayaka in 2013.

Sameera Reddy who kept us all updated through her journey of motherhood recently also shared the photo of her baby with a note. She wrote, “This little girl gave me the strength of wild horses. She wanted me to find myself again. She knew I was lost and she showed me the way. I found a voice in celebrating motherhood, wanting change on body perception and the best part was reaching out to people to just feel good about themselves . I’m so happy that people felt so connected and supported me to get here ! We prayed for a #babygirl and we are #blessed ! #baby #pink #itsagirl #motherhood #mom #sleeplessnights #herewegoagain.”

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This little girl gave me the strength of wild horses. She wanted me to find myself again. She knew I was lost and she showed me the way. I found a voice in celebrating motherhood, wanting change on body perception and the best part was reaching out to people to just feel good about themselves . I’m so happy that people felt so connected and supported me to get here ! We prayed for a #babygirl πŸŒΈπŸ™πŸ» and we are #blessed ! #baby #pink #itsagirl #motherhood #mom #sleeplessnights #herewegoagain 🌈

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During the International Breastfeeding month, she also had a message for all the new dads in the world.
During International Breastfeeding Week, Sameera shared a photo with the little one asking fathers to support their partners as they struggle with the difficulties of breastfeeding. Sameera wrote, “New dads & loved ones listen up! Its World Breast feeding week and this post is for you to know that you can be the biggest support and encouragement to a new mom! A mother may be depressed, lacking in confidence, worried, or stressed and it affects breastfeeding.”

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New dads & loved ones listen up! Its World Breast feeding week and this post is for you to know that you can be the biggest support and encouragement to a new mom! A mother may be depressed, lacking in confidence, worried, or stressed and it affects breastfeeding. These factors do not directly affect her milk production, but can interfere with the way in which she responds to her baby. This can result in the baby taking less milk, and failing to stimulate milk production. So be there for her . ❀️ Understanding the pressure on her physically and emotionally is the best thing you can do. Nothing like feeling loved at such an overwhelming time. πŸ™ŒπŸ» . I would also like to give a shoutout to moms who have struggled with low milk production . This could happen due to a pathological reason including endocrine problems or a host of other factors .A few mothers have a physiological low breast-milk production, for no apparent reason, and production does not increase when the breastfeeding technique and pattern improve. There is no reason to shame them or make them feel any pressure in not being able to BF. we need to support all mothers and show love and respect 🍼. . #worldbreastfeedingweek2019 . @WABA_global @who @unicefindia

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