- Lisa says she's been flooded with queries about post-pregnancy fitness
- Lisa says breastfeeding contributed tremendously to her getting in shape
- Lisa: It's such a beautiful way to bond and connect with your child
Lisa Haydon's post is crowded with comments, mostly praising her for highlighting the importance of breastfeeding. There are, of course, the inevitable trolls posting salacious comments about the picture but these are drowned by the deluge of positive feedback. "Kudos to you for putting this up," reads one response. A mom who relates wrote: "Nice to see there are others who admit that it's very time consuming but that nothing beats the benefits of breastfeeding."
I've gotten loads of posts asking about life after having my son... esp to do with weight and fitness. Seeing as it's World Breastfeeding Week- time to give some credit where credit is due. Breastfeeding has played such a big part in getting back into shape after giving birth to my baby. Breastfeeding has been challengingtime consuming (literally hours spent everyday trying to stimulate milk supply) but it's such a beautiful way to bond and connect with your child plus all the nutritional benefits that your child gets from your milk. Look out for my blog post on mycityforkids.com on breastfeeding. Happy #worldbreastfeedingweek
Zack was born in May to Lisa Haydon and her husband Dino Lalvani. The couple married last November. Lisa has been posting pictures of her son fairly regularly but in each of them, as in this latest one, she is careful not to show his face.
Lisa Haydon, a very successful model, has a string of film appearances to her credit, the best-known of which is Kangana Ranaut's Queen. She was also in Sonam Kapoor's Aisha and had starring roles in The Shaukeens and Housefull 3. Lisa's last big screen outing was as small role in Karan Johar's 2016 film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. She currently stars in web series The Trip.