Linda Mtoba talks about her bad mom just because she didn’t breastfeed
Linda Mtoba is fuming with anger as she has got to answer to people that question her parenting skills. This after she got dragged for breastfeeding her 15-month-old baby.
The actress may be a loving mother to her 1-year-old daughter who she says she is going to stop breastfeeding until she decides to. Linda went on Instagram to issue a scathing warning to people that judge her parenting skills. consistent with trolls, Baby Bean, as her mother calls her, is just too old to be breastfed. That assumption didn’t sit well with Linda and she or he clapped back.
“Whenever I post a pic or video of me breastfeeding Bean I’m sent numerous “oh my word she’s still breastfeeding,” “akesemdala for ukulele.” (she’s too old to breastfeed) Listen here and listen good, firstly yes and proudly so. WHO (World Health Organisation) recommends that you simply breastfeed until 2 (years old.)
“There are far too many benefits of breastfeeding to even count, (Google is your friend). It’s my personal option to breastfeed and to continue doing so well after 6 months or maybe a year. Bean is 15 months now (1 year 3 months.) I’ll stop once I’m able to and when I feel Bean is prepared too.
“For all the opposite breastfeeding mama’s does one. Do what’s best for you and your baby don’t get discouraged, forget the naysayers and people who feel they need a right to an opinion about your life, body, and parenting. Stop parent shaming, to every he’s own,” Linda clapped back.
Linda may be a proud advocate for mothers doing what works for them and their kids. Many mothers have caught heat before because the topic surrounding nursing has been widely debated around the world. many of us, men and ladies, find it uncomfortable when mothers breastfeed their babies publicly.
Some people describe it as “indecent” and would like to not be exposed to a woman’s breast or the suckling sounds of a feeding infant. The star took to social media to open up about a number of the nerves she felt when she wanted to breastfeed publicly. She then encouraged other mothers to not succumb to equivalent pressures when she said:
“I really don’t give much thought to feeding my daughter publicly, she must eat so I feed her. I assumed maybe I’d worry about it but chatting with other mommies truly gave me The arrogance I needed to try to do it. Mommies, it’s okay to breastfeed our babies publicly & not feel any shame for it.”