‘Nobody tells you, for example, that breastfeeding hurts’, completes the presenter of ‘Night Calada’
The nightly Sarah Oliveira, presenter of the ‘ Calada Noite ‘, seems to have plenty of energy not only for the dawn, but also when the subject is maternity .
Sarah, who is already the mother of little Chloe, is pregnant with her second child. She waits for a boy, still without a definite name. ” The funny thing is that Chloe always knew it would be a boy. She called the ‘boy’ baby from the beginning, ” he says, laughing. As for the possible names for the little boy, Sarah explains why he still has not hit the hammer: “I find it harder to choose a boy’s name than a girl’s name.There are many beautiful, masculine names that are more difficult.There are some that I like, but they are already names of nephews, of acquaintances … “.
The presenter confides that she always dreamed of being a mother and having a big family . “For me, I would have 50 children,” he says, and amends: “The problem is that with our country the way it is, it gets more difficult, right?” She says that her husband, Thiago, was born to be a father : “I remember that as soon as we went to live together, he was already talking ‘now we can have children, right?’ He always wanted to have kids and he’s a dad, super-heart. “
As for the preparations for the arrival of the second child, Sarah says that she is much quieter than she was in the first pregnancy: “I’m a more ‘chaotic’ person, you know?” “I’m not that super-organized person.” When I was pregnant with Chloe, it was novelty, so I was doing things right.I now know how to deal with anxiety.Incidentally, maternal instinct is an incredible thing , it makes me more organized, you know? I was never irresponsible, I always kept my schedules and mine But I’m not methodical or anything like that … But child brings you greater responsibility and organization in the future . “
Sarah Oliveira reveals unusual pregnancy situations
Hostess opts for neutral room: “I’m not one of rosinha”
The presenter explains that her tranquility also has a reason: the baby’s room is ready, since it will be the same of her daughter. ” I’m not much of a ‘rosy’, you know, so I made a super-neutral room in Chloe’s day, I used neutral tones with some details that give a cheerful color to the room, the cradle will also be the same, … I have many neutral clothes that I can enjoy, “he explains.
When the subject is the changes in her body during the new pregnancy, Sarah explains that they were very similar to the first one: ” On both occasions I had a very bad nausea in the first few months. At the same time, I have a lot of disposition and zero sleep Even the belly is the same, it’s amazing! What I feel is different is that the appetite of pregnant is very peculiar.I sometimes feel like rice and beans at 5 o’clock in the afternoon.And I do not eat red meat, I do not like it since adolescence But in both gestations I felt a need . “
For Sarah, her biggest change concerns vanity: ” I feel full pregnant. I love being pregnant! I feel more beautifulI want to get ready In my day-to-day I’m more practical, jeans and T-shirt. Pregnant, I love putting on a long, pretty dress, I take care of myself, you know? And as I get busty, I take advantage and abuse the necklines. Generally, I do not go out on the lap because I’m ‘bony’, so if I put on a neckline, people keep saying ‘oh, how thin you are!’, But it’s my biotype. So in pregnancy I really enjoy it! “he jokes.
“Nobody tells you, for example, that breastfeeding hurts,” says Sarah.
The talk is serious when it comes to the way pregnant women deal with pregnancy: ” Every person has a relationship with the body.” And people like to project their experience into the other , they have very difficult pregnancies. people are there, charging her to be happy the whole time. ” Nothing in life is a fairy tale. Gestation does have its difficult sides, just like breastfeeding .”
“No one tells you, for example, that breastfeeding hurts. It seems like it’s a taboo, you know? It’s not for that, let’s talk about it.If a woman turns to me and says, ‘I do not want to breastfeed, it’s very painful for me,’ I’ll fully understand. But also, if she wants tips on breastfeeding, you can come and talk to me because I’m the biggest enthusiast on the subject! The problem is that people want to dictate rules, talk about what they should be like or roast. It is not nice to want to impose anything on anyone.Especially for pregnant women, who are naturally more fragile, since they undergo many changes at the same time. People have to learn to respect the uniqueness of each one “ , concludes.
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