• Published on: Sunday, January 12, 2020
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  • Courtney Jewel

    Courtney Jewel

     7 hours ago

    Baby girl don’t feel bad for not being able to breast-feed and please don’t beat yourself up because I did I wanted to do it so bad and not because of what everyone says but because of my beliefs about it formulas perfectly fine for a child although breastmilk is a lot cleaner for them they are fed they are healthy and thats all that matter power to you you look like a great mother I’m so happy for you and your family♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

  • Sandy Nieto

    Sandy Nieto

     10 hours ago

    Hey Les, I am a huge fan of yours! Lol. Just wanted to say that first.
    But, hey we all have different experiences with our babies and our bodies as well! Me for example, I have for beautiful kids, a 12 year old girl, an 11 yr old boy, a 3 yr old and an 19 month old. My daughter whom is my eldest, was breastfed and formula fed for 6 months and was of course lil painfultje first few days but, after that it was a pretty good experience! With my 11 yr old I only breastfeed about a month, cus I was going through postpartum depression which was soo bad I tried to commit suicide, though thankfully I got help and I got better, but just after taking so many pills I knew it wasn't safe to breastfeed anymore so I stopped and just formula fed him. My 3 yr old was FULLY breastfed for about 1 yr and a half until I became pregnant again, sadly lost the baby cus it was in my fallopian tube so I had to get a surgery to remove it and of course the baby didn't make it, and again fell into a really bad depression. But thankfully God blessed me with another baby whom helped me get through my loss and thankfully was born good and healthy! This baby was fully breastfed as well for the first 2-3 months until I had to start working than I started doing both breastfeeding and formula feeding. Up until this day I know he's old enough to stop breastfeeding but, it's such a special bond that I haven't fully stopped breastfeeding him. I stopped almost all day already but I still breastfeed him at night to put him to sleep. But, my point is that not everybody is able to breastfeed for one reason or the other! Don't feel bad for not being able to do so. And specially don't let anyone make you feel bad for not doing it! Just like every body is different and every pregnancy is different, also the breastfeeding experiences are different with every baby. 😘 Maybe you couldn't do it with baby G, but if you have another baby in the future, it could be a different story than! Just don't let this experience keep you from trying it again in the future. Love you always, your huge fan
    Sandra Nieto ❤ Love you all so much and I wish you nothing but the best always. God bless you and your beautiful family! 🤗😘😍❤💋



     10 hours ago

    Mommy, I'm hungry.

  • Emily Davis

    Emily Davis

     12 hours ago

    Les can you make a VIDEO OF MUST HAVES FOR FIRST TIME MOMS ?!! like stuff you felt was handy and stuff you would use again if you and Alex have another baby !

  • Yurixie Lopez

    Yurixie Lopez

     19 hours ago

    When Alex farted🤣🤣poor les🤢😷

  • Mariana Mondragón

    Mariana Mondragón

     21 hours ago

    You're the best! 💓

  • Jessica Romero

    Jessica Romero

     1 days ago

    Les you tried your best and I know how you felt about the boob situation. It sucks but as long as you tried that’s all that matters not a lot of people agree on formula feeding but if your body is not allowing you to do then don’t do it. I wasn’t able to do so with my first pregnancy but I was able to do it with my last two pregnancies and it was beautiful. Your doing a great job for being a first time mom. You have the best support with Alex. You both are doing great. Many blessings to you both.

  • JC Isarraras

    JC Isarraras

     2 days ago

    🤣🤣🤣Idk i don't remember omgs so mee 👌👌👌

  • Nessa Smalls

    Nessa Smalls

     2 days ago

    If it's one thing I've noticed it's that
    Everyone supports you when you're pregnant but the minute the baby is born everyone is your biggest critic. And it suxks when you're in the public eye because to them you "owe" them explanations and reasoning and overall it's just really sad.

    It's 2020. Parenting has changed and we all adapt to our own lifestyles. What matters is SHE gave birth to a healthy baby, SHES healthy and HER family has a routine. It shouldn't be anyone else's business but HERS

  • Noela Anderson

    Noela Anderson

     3 days ago

    I remember when I had my baby I use to pump milk like a cow but as soon as in introduced formula when I had to go back to work baby didn’t want breast milk again

  • Sana Cortes

    Sana Cortes

     3 days ago +1

    She is fine if you don't breastfeed or breastfeed, but she said she'd feel like a let down if she were to have a C-section..huh???! Breastfeeding gives your children extra nutrients..the way you give birth to your child is more important???

  • Margie Rios

    Margie Rios

     3 days ago

    I can’t imagine how hard it was for you since your boobs got so big, the back pain, the breast pain for engorgement I breastfed for about 2 years my second son and the first week was so painful that I would cry but breastfeeding is hard especially if they get that big just with the pictures that looks painful I never got that big but it’s still hard and especially to wean off 😩

  • Margie Rios

    Margie Rios

     3 days ago

    You didn’t try to look for bra extender hooks I think you can find them online

  • Karen Arellano

    Karen Arellano

     3 days ago

    What’s the faja you wear?

  • rk caniglia

    rk caniglia

     4 days ago +1

    It sucks she may not have ever spoke with a registered lactation consultant. All of the difficulties were common and can be overcome more easily than suddenly weaning the baby and " just letting boobs dry up". It was painful because it was an uninformed, unguided and risky way of doing things. Teaching the baby to latch on, nursing for weeks, months or years, having supportive bras and weaning slowly and with help all help with infant mental and physical health as well as the mother's.

  • Alyssa Hutton

    Alyssa Hutton

     4 days ago

    Props to you for trying and like you said as long as he’s happy and fed that’s all that matters 😊

  • Vanessa Serna

    Vanessa Serna

     5 days ago

    R E C Y C L E those boxes pleeeeaseeee!!! 😭😭😭

  • Estephanie Monsivais

    Estephanie Monsivais

     5 days ago

    Leslie is so sweet and cute why tf am I barely finding her 😭

  • Samantha Rose

    Samantha Rose

     5 days ago

    🗣Recycle them boxes, 👏🏼👏🏼at work we have a regular trash and another for cardboard it is the besssttt! But I love seeing what you ordered from amazon!! 💓

  • Kathy Gomez

    Kathy Gomez

     5 days ago

    Omg les has a amazon shopping addition 😜