Ashley Graham has shared a glimpse into her breastfeeding routine.
On Monday, the 33-year-old model shared videos of herself with her 1-year-old son Isaac. In them, the two are breastfeeding in bed as he's softly tapping his little feet against her leg.
“Perfect morning with my sweet lil man. The snow in NYC is wild today, but still going to throw Isaac into his snow suit for a quick sled sheesh!” she captioned the videos.
Fans and celebrities like Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Alyssa Milano took to her comments section to show their support for Graham's transparency.
“I miss this so much,” Milano admitted.
“Ugh my ovaries are vibrating, baby fever!! the cuteness abounds!!” a fan wrote.
“Ouch! You mamas are warriors to deal with those sweet pinchy hands,” someone added.
“Thank you so much for using your platform and normalise breastfeeding!” another person praised.
There were also commenters who let it be known that they did not agree with Graham sharing images of herself breastfeeding, though this certainly was not the first time she has done so. She has shared several photos and videos of herself breastfeeding at home and in public.
In an episode of Red Table Talk in October, Graham discussed being “mom-shamed” for her openness around breastfeeding.
“I thought, oh my gosh, what am I gonna do? I have to breastfeed. Well, I’m just gonna whip out my boob and feed him. So then I thought, Justin, to my husband, take a picture! This is my first time breastfeeding him in public, this is something I always wanna remember. I agonized over what I was gonna say and then I just finally just wrote something like two emojis, like milk and a cookie. Sure enough, I got mom-shamed,” she recalled at the time.
“My whole career is based off of being sexy and my breasts have been the forefront of many magazine covers, so then to flip to my baby is there sucking on them, I think that people just had to switch their minds,” Graham continued. “But they are multi-purposeful. I think there’s so many new mommies out there who are agonizing over what they should and shouldn’t be doing.”
Read more from Yahoo Life:
Want lifestyle and wellness news delivered to your inbox? Sign up here for Yahoo Life’s newsletter.