Ashley Graham celebrates the first International Women’s Day as a mother with a portrait of the birth
She became a mother for the first time when she welcomed her son Isaac to the world at the end of January.
Model Ashley Graham thus celebrated International Women’s Day on Sunday by sharing a candid portrait of herself in the painful, yet miraculous throws of childbirth.
“This is the face of my greatest power,” the 32-year-old argued. “The greatest pain I’ve ever known and the greatest achievement I’ve ever achieved.”
Go around first: Ashley Graham shared a candid post during the birth of her seven-year-old son Isaac on Instagram to celebrate Sunday’s International Women’s Day
She continued: “Understand on this International Women’s Day that despite all the pain or trials we have all experienced as women, we are also strong, powerful, and able to achieve greatness.”
In the powerful photo of Graham, which is placed on her personal Instagram page, her mouth is full of fear because she is trying to give a powerful push.
Her dark brown hair is visibly strewn with pieces that run across her face.
A nurse from a family member can be seen at her bedside and does their utmost to comfort the tear-struck super model.
Their little one: Graham shares baby Isaac with her 10-year-old husband Justin Ervin (right); Graham shared this family portrait on her Instagram last Sunday
‘Nice international Women’s Day! Let’s all celebrate each other’s strengths today, “the former America’s Next Top Model wished for its 10.6 million followers.
International Women’s Day, held annually on March 8, serves to “celebrate the achievements of women in history and between countries.”
Graham shares baby Isaac with her 10-year-old husband, film director Justin Ervin.
The couple’s predetermined meet-cute took place in 2009 while he was volunteering in a church in New York City.
Ashley and Justin announced the arrival of Isaac via Instagram Story and wrote it “at 6:00 PM. On [January 18]”their lives had changed for the better.”
Capturing everything: since her son’s arrival, Graham has completely immersed herself in the ‘mother culture’ and has made it a personal mission to end the pervasive stigma surrounding breastfeeding.
No shame: since she became a mother in mid-January, the cover girl Sports Illustrated has expressed her wish to end the stigma surrounding breastfeeding; Graham shared this photo of himself who fed Isaac in public on February 23
Since her son’s arrival, Graham has completely immersed herself in “mother culture” and has made a personal mission to end the pervasive stigma surrounding breastfeeding.
The Sports Illustrated cover girl uses her social media platform to share snapshots of her daily mom tasks, from pumping milk in the back of an Uber car to waking up in the early hours of the morning to feed her newborn son.
Ashley recently got some hot water when she openly changed her seven-week-old diaper in the aisle of a Staples store.
“Diapers blow up while they go shopping without a toilet in sight,” Graham meant, documenting the ordeal on Instagram.
Messy: Ashley recently got some hot water when she openly changed the diaper of her seven-week-old diaper in the aisle of a Staples store on February 28
Talk show host and gossip dog Wendy Williams spoke out against Ashley’s actions during her Hot Topics segment on March 5.
“She’s embarrassed by my mama because I don’t like what she did, swapping her seven-week-old son in the middle of the store,” an impudent Williams said.
She added, “Personally, I don’t want to see this.”
Williams explained that: “Mothers look at it and say:” Well, if she can do it, I can do it too. ‘No, you can’t. ”
Although the 55-year-old talkative girl was not a fan, many famous mothers, including comedian Amy Schumer and actress Sara Foster, gave their support.
Hot take: talk show host and gossip dog Wendy Williams spoke to Ashley who chose to turn her seven-week-old son into an aisle at Staples office supplies shop