Volley Ball player breastfeeds child on field in between game: Proves Breastfeeding can happen anywhere

Volley Ball player breastfeeds child on field in between game: Proves Breastfeeding can happen anywhere
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A powerful image of a volleyball player has been captured breastfeeding her baby in between a game in the field has gone viral on social media.

A powerful image of a volleyball player has been captured breastfeeding her baby in between a game in the field has gone viral on social media. just hours after clarifying what she meant in saying she takes a "genderless" approach when it comes to raising her children

The image has been shared on Facebook by a user, Ninglun Hanghal, while its original source is Linda Chhakchhuak as mentioned in the credits. She said the picture led to a lot of praise for Lalventluangi. "The picture has gone viral with people lauding her for her attitude of dedication and courage taking along twin responsibilities of a sportswoman and motherhood in her stride,"

Lalventluangi, the volleyball player from the Tuikum Volleyball Team, enrolled herself in the players' camp along with her seven-month-old baby.

This is honestly the best pre-game routine I've ever seen to any sporting event, because guess what, women are superheroes and can go from feeding a newborn child to playing volleyball in a matter of minutes. This is exactly what a mother and a volleyball player does...from the waist down you can see her dressed in her volleyball gear while she bares her breasts to feed her 7- month old, right in the middle of the field. The photo was clicked on Monday, during the first day of the state games that are taking place in Aizawl.

The internet is proud of Lalventluangi for "her attitude of dedication and courage, taking along twin responsibilities of a sportswoman and motherhood in her stride". In the comments section of the post, Lalventluangi was applauded by netizens.

"Bravo," a user said. "Wow amazing," said another.


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