Pregnant Lilian Muli launches new TV show [Details]
"I already know the size of my baby"
According to videos seen by Pulselive.co.ke, the celebrated media personality reveals that she already knows the size of her baby is, after undergoing a successful ultra-sound scan.
“Right now I know the size of my baby is, is very interesting they relate it to a certain type of a fruit so you have an idea of what you are carrying even before the ultra-sound, I praying for something, but then again in my prayers I pray to God to give me a healthy child, a healthy baby whatever sex it would I will love it unconditionally but like every other mother, there is something am really praying for and hoping for.” says Lilian Muli in her new show on Viusasa
Recently, the TV personality sparked a conversation after schooling women on how to avoid sagging Breast after giving Birth ahead of her Maternity Leave.
In a well written post on her Instagram account, Ms Muli narrated events that could lead to sagging breasts and how to avoid them.
According to the Tv anchor, all women should be advised to balance the amount of time the baby spends suckling each tit otherwise one will stretch more than the other.
“This is what Breastfeeding can do. FYI you have to balance the amount of time the baby spends suckling each tit otherwise one will stretch more than the other and eventually look bigger than the other (lol not an old wives tale I'm serious) that's not very cute.” Shared Lilian Muli
“Thank God I was told this early enough my boobs didn't get affected. This is just 6 months after I had my baby Josh he was a big feeder thankfully I had enough milk. I think I was too skinny though looking forward to some curves this time God willing. I had a CS (not elective) so healing takes some time but I watched what I ate and also noticed the more I breastfed the more weight I lost and that applies to the tummy as well. I only worked out after a year.” Reads Lilian Muli’s advice
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