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Sur Instagram, cette maman montre qu’on peut allaiter en faisant du yoga

Carlee Benear, une jeune maman d’une trentaine d’annĂ©es vivant au Texas fait le buzz sur son compte Instagram. La raison ? Elle allaite son bĂ©bĂ© tout en pratiquant son activitĂ© fĂ©tiche, le yoga et partage les photos de ces instants sur son compte !

Le yoga pour se détendre mais en allaitant bébé

Elle raconte qu’aprĂšs la naissance de son bĂ©bĂ©, elle s’est mise Ă  pratiquer le yoga tĂŽt le matin car cela lui permettait de se relaxer. Elle Ă©tait dĂ©jĂ  fan de cette discipline avant de devenir maman et pendant sa grossesse, elle n’a jamais cessĂ© de faire du sport. Petit Ă  petit, elle a commencĂ© Ă  joindre son bĂ©bĂ© Ă  son activitĂ© et c’est ainsi qu’elle a commencĂ© Ă  allaiter sa petite fille tout en exĂ©cutant ses mouvements de yoga. De quoi faire d’une pierre deux coups et gagner du temps ! Son compte Instagram n’est pas qu’artistique, sous ses photos elle parle rĂ©guliĂšrement des bienfaits de l’allaitement pendant la pratique du yoga « J’ai remarquĂ© que depuis que je l’allaite de cette maniĂšre, ma fille a moins de rejets gastriques ».  C’est donc un compte Instagram inspirant pour les jeunes mamans et surtout les mamans sportives. Carlee accompagne toujours ses postes quotidiens de messages inspirants. Elle explique notamment qu’il ne faut pas porter attention au regard des gens qui pourraient juger les mamans parce qu’elles allaitent d’une maniĂšre non-conventionnelle, ou parce qu’elles n’allaitent pas ou encore parce qu’elles allaitent leurs enfants jusqu’Ă  tard… La maman instagrameuse fait passer de beaux messages de tolĂ©rance et d’ouverture d’esprit, pour dĂ©complexer toutes les jeunes mamans « Peu importe la maniĂšre dont vous avez mis votre enfant au monde, vous n’avez pas Ă  vous excuser ou Ă  justifier vos choix. Vous avez mis un humain au monde et c’est le principal ».

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"You can observe a lot by just watching." Yogi Berra Big eyes are always watching you, soaking you in, learning about the world and love and faith. How to be humble. How much power, will and strength a person has, they learn it from you. You are their first love, their everlasting hero is you. Unless you would rather it be some fake character with low morals and too much greed that the media created..Who do you know better? What is on your list of things you never wanted to be as a parent? No one is perfect, but don't let that ever be your excuse for not trying. Stop waiting for everyone else to become a good person and be one! Stop and realize what YOUR effect is. You have a place in this world, take it, dance with it, create with it, lift it up, hug it, kiss it, get to know it. Talk to it, ask it questions. Don't ever stop searching for answers. ALL of the world's beauty, every single bit of it is within YOU. Find your mountain top, gaze upon your promising valley, dig your toes into your white sandy beaches, take flight with your clouds, light up your caverns, find the hidden treasures buried in your grounds, dance in your rain, build a fire in your winter, smell your flowers and be enlightened by your many breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, feel the energy of your moon phases. See how much love you posses. And CELEBRATE 🎉 You divine being you 🙌 #divineyourself #selflove #postpartumhealth #breastfeedingyoga

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I CAN DO IT ALL.. And why I shouldn't. _____________________________________________ That's what we all aspire to be as mothers, the super human. This week I dove a bit more into my journey of 'Why is it so hard to ask for help/accept help" and let me say, it was a week of raw difficult discovery. Discovering that I can't, in fact, do it all. How did I come to realize this? Well, my husband (with the outer perspective and opposite mindset) pointed it out. He broke it down in an easy to digest ,but blatant truth: "You do so much research on how to be a good parent, but lately you've been the greatest example of what not to do, and it's actually helped me become more conscious of how I am around our kids too. You love to be a good wife. You love to be a good mother. You love to keep a good house. You love to give love. You love to love yourself. There is only one thing wrong with that list; what's last NEEDS to be first. Without YOU nothing else can fall into place, so if you are constantly sacrificing yourself and your needs for your family, they can never be all they can be because the YOU in you is absent. Do you notice that when I need time I put my earphones in and go upstairs or shut myself in my office? You showed me that I HAVE to steal that time for myself if I want to be the best me. You've showed many people that. But, you still can't do it for yourself. Who cares if the sink is full of dishes, who cares about over-flowing laundry if it's going to make you any less you than everyone suffers. A man's mind isn't as obvious as you want it to be. I think about safety, money, food; not whether that towel on the floor needs to be put in the dirty clothes or not. And it's not because it's your responsibility to do those things, it's mine too, but it's not the way my mind is programmed and I WANT you to ask me for help, but what I need to do to help you isn't as obvious as it seems to you, to me." I am a walking , talking example of what we know isn't always what we do. I get stuck and stressed out fighting a fight within myself instead of vocalizing for fear that I will hurt others with my words- as if my action don't speak 👇

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A beggar had been sitting by the side of a road for over thirty years. One day a stranger walked by. “Spare some change?” mumbled the beggar, mechanically holding out his old baseball cap. “I have nothing to give you,” said the stranger. Then he asked: “What’s that you are sitting on?” “Nothing,” replied the beggar. “Just an old box. I have been sitting on it for as long as I can remember.” “Ever looked inside?” asked the stranger. “No,” said the beggar. “What’s the point? There’s nothing in there.” “Have a look inside,” insisted the stranger. The beggar managed to pry open the lid. With astonishment, disbelief, and elation, he saw that the box was filled with gold. I am that stranger who has nothing to give you and who is telling you to look inside. Not inside any box, as in the parable, but somewhere even closer: inside yourself. Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now Pants by @mindfulbohemian Machine washable mat by @yellow.willow.yoga

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