Indeed, no two pregnancies are the same and Adaeze Yobo just confirmed it.
The wife of Nigerian footballer, Joseph Yobo took to her Instagram page to share her after-birth experience with her three kids.
According to her, it was a different experience with each of her three kids.
While she suffered post-natal depression after the birth of her first two children and they lacked breast milk because it wasn’t flowing, it has been totally opposite with her third child.
Baby no 3 is the only baby I breastfed for this long. Some have it easy and others like me drank 2large bowls of custard, took nursing tea n all and still had only 1-2oz of breastmilk, gained tons of weight and had no energy most of the time, so I gave up early cos the baby and I couldn’t deal with the stress.
With my first son, we both cried cos I was in C-sec pain, had bad PND and baby wasn’t getting enough milk. to think I actually planned to breastfeed for 2years and only did it for 3wks. 2nd one I swore I wouldn’t even breastfeed cos of my last experience but once I had him, he latched unto the boobies like a pro so I gave in but the milk was still low at 5weeks, so i had to supplement with formula which was a bad idea cos he fell in love with the milk flow and rejected boobie.
However, with “ma piinches” (My princess) *in jaydens voice* it’s been pure bliss, no PND, I’m always full of energy even though I don’t get as much sleep at night. Anyway, i dont know how long I want to breastfeed for, I’ll just go with the flow for now cos I like the way she looks into my eyes while nursing.