“I’m working hard to get where I was before pregnancy and gaining my strength back, which for me is the most important — even though I’m still healing,” Paola continued. Nothing will stop this mama from reaching her goals! I’m not dieting, just eating what I need without affecting my milk supply as I’m exclusively breastfeeding!”
Of course, given how incredible the reality TV hottie looks, plenty of her followers flocked the post to share their praise. “You look amazing, Paola!!! My dream is to be like you with fitness and breastfeeding,” one user commented.
“Girl, you’re about to make Russ give you baby No. 2 looking like that,” added another, referring to Paola’s hubby of almost six years. Unfortunately, though, not everyone was feeling Paola’s sexy post.
“Who cares? Damn, you are pretty, but you are so stuck on your body. We’ve seen one body, we’ve seen em all. Do something meaningful with your life,” one hater commented, while another added, “So thirsty.”
“I will never begin to understand the need to pose in my panties in front of the mirror and then post it on social media. I am sorry, but it looks tacky,” someone echoed. Ouch. These comments are pretty harsh, if you ask us! After all, there’s nothing wrong with Paola being proud of her post-baby body.
To the haters who suggest that Paola is focusing more on her body than her baby, you’ve got it all wrong. In fact, the Colombian beauty posts just as much mommy advice on her social pages as she does about her fitness. In fact, on May 21, Paola shared some awesome tips and tricks with her followers about traveling with an infant.
“I used to be the kind of person on the plane that if a baby was crying, I would roll my eyes,” Paola wrote. “Now that I have Axel, I understand how difficult it is to travel with infants — and not because of the crying, but because we want our babies to feel comfortable and not scared or in pain.”
“Russ and I are prepared when traveling with Axel, even though he is such a great passenger!” Paola expressed, before sharing her first tip: “Boob, bottle or pacifier when taking off and landing — especially when you’re crossing 10,000 ft altitude.”
Her second suggestion was to always bring disinfecting wipes on the plane to “wipe down your seating area.” As for keeping your little one entertained? Don’t worry, she had something for that, too! Paola advised new parents to bring a bunch of their baby’s favorite toys. “When he gets bored with one just switch to another one!”
“Walking around before he starts crying, as he will be happy to see new things!” Paola recommended if your baby gets fussy. Last but not least, she reminded followers that traveling with an infant isn’t always going to be easy, but at the end of the day, your child is priority No. 1.