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Gospel Singer Size 8 Opens Up About Her Motherhood Journey So Far, Reveals Some Challenges.

It is said that motherhood is both the greatest thing and the hardest thing. And this shows that one really has to be prepared to face whatever may come along the journey of motherhood.

Well this is a quote that Kenyan gospel musician-cum-radio presenter Size 8 real name Linet Munyali, has recently understood if her post today online is anything to go by.

Photo; Size 8

In a post on her Instagram account, the 'Afadhali Yesu' hit maker opened up about her motherhood journey so far, and disclosed how she recently has been having sleepless nights due to her duties of breastfeeding her son Muraya Junior.

Further revealing that the young one had excessively gotten used to being breastfed, Size 8 admitted to facing the challenge of detaching him from the practice.

She said in a caption;-

" I just want two hours of sleep 😭😭😭😭😭...nobody warned me how difficult it is to stop a little boy who is so used to breastfeeding for long to now grow to the next level!!!!"

Size 8 further disclosed that her son almost never sleeps at night and oftenly cries due to his desire to wanting to be breastfed.

Photo; Size 8 and her son Muraya Junior.

From her post it is clear that the mother of two clearly wants to put a halt on suckling the young one, but is undoubtedly facing a major challenge and this led to some reactions from her fans sharing some similar experiences.

Size 8 birthed baby Muraya with her hubby DJ MO in October 2019, and he is currently 18-months-old.

Apart from him the couple also has a daughter called Ladasha Belle Muraya who was born on 19 November 2015.

Photo; Size 8, hubby DJ MO and their two children.

However while there is no particular timeline set on when a mother should stop breastfeeding, this can generally reportedly vary from weeks to even more than 2 years.

It depends solely on the mother's decision to stop the exercise whereby some may only decide to breastfeed for weeks while others may prefer to even upto 3 years.

Infact experts reportedly agree that one should continue breastfeeding as long as it works for them, provided that they begin to introduce some complimentary foods to the baby's diet as he/she grows.

The World Health Organization also recommends exclusively breastfeeding for up to 6 months with continued breastfeeding alongside introduction of complimentary foods upto 2 years of age or older.

While stopping the exercise is not an easy thing one common way to do it is to perform gradual weaning, whereby one can interrupt the normal way of feeding and phase out some sessions.

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