Maya Vonderstrasse knew that motherhood was not perfect, and she wanted to show the world what it’s really like.

She shared her journey on social media, posting pictures next to a letter board that reflected her honest and hilarious thoughts and feelings about pregnancy and motherhood.

When Maya gave birth to her second daughter just over two weeks ago, she continued to share her funny letter board pics, but also opened up about the emotional journey of weaning her first daughter.

Maya shared a powerful post on Instagram that showed two photos side by side. On the left was the first time she breastfed her daughter Hazel, and on the right was the last time. Maya tried to smile in both photos, but tears were streaming down her face.

She wrote that she felt proud and broken at the same time, and that she was a hormonal, emotional, and mental mess. Raising her arm in the last photo was difficult for her because it meant that she would never breastfeed her daughter again. Maya had been nursing for so long that she didn’t know what it was like to not nurse anymore.

Maya also shared her journey of breastfeeding her first daughter until she was six months old. When Maya got pregnant again, her milk dried up, and they had to start bottle feeding. Maya was worried that their bond would disappear, but it didn’t. She realized that it was still their time together, and they were happy and loved.

Maya posted a picture of her feeding both her daughters, and she wrote that she wanted other mothers to know that they would be okay and not to waste time feeling bad about their feeding choices.

Maya’s post received thousands of comments and applause from other mothers who had gone through the same emotional journey. Maya’s story shows that every mother’s breastfeeding journey is unique and must be respected.

Making the decision to wean a child is never easy, but Maya’s story reminds us that it’s okay to feel emotional and to cherish the memories of those precious moments. Maya’s journey of motherhood is a reminder that it’s not always perfect, but it’s always worth it.

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