Being a new mother is an incredible thing. The feeling of bonding with your new baby is a kind of beautiful that words can't accurately describe. Motherhood is really a celebration of feelings you've never felt before — intensified by the rush of hormones and biochemicals your brain is now swimming in. In other words, it's intense and it can sometimes make you feel like you must be losing it with the way you get emotional over things you didn't expect.
I am still breastfeeding my 4 year old. :) we are self weaning. I get emotional thinking about weaning all the time. Nurse that baby as long as you can, they grow up too fast.— Megan (@Zombiepearl666) December 7, 2017
I'm breastfeeding my little girl, she's 3.5 years tomorrow... Taking her lead and allowing her to continue whilst we are both happy to do so. Breastfeeding is a wonderful thing, which continues to provide benefits for as long as you feed.. And not weird to get emotional X— Jo White (@jowhite79) December 6, 2017
Dear Serena, that is normal feeling. I was breasfeeding my baby a year and a couple of days more and trust me,when she stops I cried for all night. But I am happy that she is so strong,beautiful and smart little human ❤️ Enjoy in every second with your princess 👶😍— Aleksandra Miljkovic (@miljkovicka89) December 7, 2017
My LO turned a year old on Tues. I'm still nursing him, and I have no intention of stopping until we're both ready. I get emotional thinking about the fact that this time won't last forever, that's why I feel it's important to enjoy it and savor every moment of it. #Blessed— Rebecca S (@MyTigerWithin) December 7, 2017
4.5 years - people harassed me about stopping from when she was six months old til the end. I let her wean on her own. Made things tough at times but wouldn’t change or trade a moment of it.— t (@dopaminediscord) December 6, 2017
People made comments when I did 3 yrs. I amass wondered how it is any of THEIR business 🤷🏽♀️— Shelly (@Cyrasdaughter10) December 6, 2017
Bless Serena. Great to see the joy of motherhood on your face.— Scoror (@OGGGY1) December 7, 2017
Honestly, "aww" pretty much summed up our response, too. We know you're killin' it at this whole motherhood thing, Serena!