Her brood is being breastfed! Over the years, Hilaria Baldwin has nursed all five of her and Alec Baldwin’s children and is very proud of doing so.
In 2013, the author of the Living Clearly Method and the Saturday Night Live star welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Carmen. The cohost of the podcast “Mom Brain” nursed the baby for 15 months.
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In 2016, Hilaria told Fit Pregnancy and Baby that breastfeeding Carmen’s brother, Rafael, was a different story.
“I prided myself on being a Super Breast-Feeding Mommy, but I was only able to breast-feed Rafa until he was 10 months old. Milk supply went way down,” when she became pregnant with their third child, Leonardo, the Boston native told the magazine at the time.
“The fact that I didn’t breastfeed him for as long as I’d intended is OK. We beat ourselves up for not being perfect, but there’s something to be said for letting go,” the former trainer said.
Hilaria gave birth to two sons, Romeo and Eduardo, in 2018 and 2020, respectively. (As for Alec, he has a daughter with his ex-wife, Kim Basinger, named Ireland Baldwin.)
The Yoga Vida co-founder relies on her “community” for assistance while raising their children, she wrote on Instagram in August 2020.
“My family is so far they can’t be here. I feel really lucky with my community of friends, godparents, nanny and honorary uncles and aunts who support me. I never want it to seem as though I am doing all of this with no support,” Hilaria wrote in a comment at the time.
Hilaria Baldwin added that she doesn’t “sit with [her] feet up while other people parent” Carmen, Rafael, Leonardo, Romeo and Eduardo. “Parenting is hard and when you have a ton of kids, an extra set of hands is to keep everyone safe.
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“When one baby runs one way and another runs the other way, we look at each other and chase after one babe. It’s hectic!! But amazing and I feel so lucky for so many reasons. I also know that they grow up so fast and one day I’ll be able to rest again I’m trying to be present and hold onto it for as long as possible.”