The Hills alum Whitney Port is still keeping it 100 about her first time mom experience even after giving birth.
After welcoming her first child Sonny, Port is still vlogging her series, “I Love My Baby But…”. In her latest edition, the former star of the MTV reality Tv show The City talks about how painful it has been to breastfeee her child.
In a video posted on her YouTube page on Thursday, Port breaks down in tears over the pain which is very common even for new moms.
“I think I’m just tired,” she said. “And I obviously want to breastfeed. I don’t know [why]. I honestly think it’s, I guess because that’s what people say, like, is the best bonding experience.”
It has been a problem since the beginning apparently. Port said breastfeeding was difficult from the beginning.
“I thought I was doing really well and the nurses there said that the latch was good and I was like, really surprised but after about 24 to 48 hours of doing it, I just started to get so incredibly painful and we came home and I just like hit a breaking point and said, ‘I can’t do this. It feels like someone’s like, slicing my nipples with glass,'” Port said.
Congrats to former reality star turned lifestyle maven Lauren Conrad on the birth of her first child this past Wednesday.
The lifestyle blogger and designer shared the news on her website that son is Liam James Tell was born Wednesday, weighing in at 6 pounds, 14 ounces.
It’s the first child for Conrad and husband William Tell. The 31-year-old Conrad married the lawyer and musician in 2014.
Conrad got her start on Laguna Beach before getting her own reality show, The Hills which ran from 2006 to 2010.
She told her readers that she planned to step back from an active role on her blog while she adjust to motherhood.
“I’ll be taking a little bit of a step back from the site over the next few weeks as we adjust to life as a family of three (five, if you count Chloe and Fitz of course…),” the Laguna Beach alum wrote. “But not to worry… my editorial team will be working hard to bring you tons of great content in the meantime, and I’ll still be blogging here and there when I can, bringing you updates from my life as a new mom.”
Being the savvy and well-prepared content creator, she prepped for maternity leave.
“Plus, I’ve drafted up a few blog posts ahead of time, so you can still expect to see at least one or two posts a week coming from yours truly,” she added.