Ronda Rousey Shares ‘Proud’ Breastfeeding Photo With Baby Girl Po


Ronda Rousey has a strong message about breastfeeding. This week, the former UFC star and WWE Superstar took to Instagram to share a photo of her breastfeeding her baby girl Pō. And in the caption, Rousey, 34, explained that she wanted to “normalize breastfeeding” while being a “proud mom.”

“Our boys asked me the other day how I’m going to feed Po on the plane when we take him with us to Hawaii. And I was like ‘uhhh, like I always do,'” Rousey wrote. “Then it occurred to me that they had probably never seen someone breastfeed before and didn’t know if it was appropriate in public. Motherhood is badass, badass. primal, beautiful – that shouldn’t be hidden. It still blows my mind that my body has put this little person together, pushed her and now does whatever she needs to thrive. Really nothing to be ashamed of, it’s something to brag about. ”Rousey then used the hashtags“ normalize breastfeeding ”and“ proud mom ”to end the note.

Rousey and her husband Travis Browne welcomed Pō (full name La’akea Makalapuaokalanipō) to the world last month. The couple married in Browne’s native Hawaii in August 2017, and Browne is also the father of sons Keawe and Kaleo. Rousey announced she was pregnant in April. And in July, Rousey opened up about her pregnancy trip.

“I wish I could say that the pregnancy is amazing, that I have never felt so powerful as a woman. But I rather feel like my organs are being crushed by the miracle of life,” she wrote. at the time, by PEOPLE. “I have never felt more exhausted, demotivated or aware of gravity. Some days I have to lie on my side for hours just to breathe comfortably. There is no break, it is a chore, I’m just trying to get through a day at a time. Thank goodness for Mr. Browne. Not a day goes by that he doesn’t tell me I’m beautiful, sexy, loved and appreciated. He holds my stomach for m ‘keep from wearing, give me bites of whatever he eats, then drag me hissing into the sunlight when I want to go full Gollum. “

Rousey competed in the UFC from 2013-2016 and was the women’s bantamweight champion. In his MMA career, Rousey posted a 12-2 record. After her time in the UFC ended, Rousey competed in WWE and quickly won the Raw Women’s Championship. His only loss in WWE came in 2019 at WrestlingMania 35 in a triple threat match with Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.

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