Around the World
At Lansinoh, we believe that breastfeeding is an act of love and creates an incredibly unique bond between mom and baby. In an effort to celebrate breastfeeding women around the world and showcase the universal experience of breastfeeding, regardless of geographic and cultural differences, we partnered with photographer Tina Boyadjieva to go on an epic adventure around the world.
Tina Boyadjieva grew up in Bulgaria surrounded by inspiring women. She spent time in Italy where she cultivated her artistic education and aesthetics, and attended the International Center of Photography to learn the technical skills required to pursue her passion. She left a career in finance to pursue her purpose, photography. Her favorite subjects to photograph are strong women across all cultures and continents.
In Her mid-20s
9 Month Old Daughter
She gets everything she needs from me. She loves her dad, but right now, our connection is so strong because of breastfeeding.
33 years old
Sometimes she needs to breastfeed in order to fall asleep. I also think being so close to me helps her calm down.
31 years old
3 Year Old Son
He’s almost 3 years old and I believe this is the healthiest option for him. He rarely gets sick.
40 years old
2 Month Old Daughter
I am feeding her the cleanest source of food. I don’t think there is any other food that will keep her as healthy and protected.
41 years old
15 Month Old Daughter
I love the connection. I also think it is the way a baby really gets to know her mom both emotionally and even physically – through her senses.
33 years old
1 Year Old Daughter
I waited until I was 36 to get married and my kids are the best part of life. Breastfeeding is my way to ensure the baby is happy and healthy.
29 years old
5 Month Old Daughter
As a medical professional and a new mother, I know breastfeeding is important for the health of both mother and child. I hope society realizes the importance of providing our children with the best possible nourishment and encourages all mothers to breastfeed.
39 years old
8 month old Daughter
United States, San Francisco
I had to train my body to breastfeed, sense when the baby is ready and energetic enough to try to latch. It gets better with each child.