The hashtag #TreeOfLife is trending online at the moment, and for a really amazing reason. 



Mums have been sharing beautiful edited images of breast feeding, and they are exceptional. 



I never posted a picture of me breastfeeding the boys because it was rare that they latched on. I wanted to bf so bad and having preemies definitely made it more difficult. Breastfeeding was certainly harder than I ever imagined and the exhaustion that came with having twins was extreme. I exclusively pumped and bottle fed my milk. This #treeoflife trend that's gone viral has really touched me so I created one with one of the few magical moments captured by my husband. My goal is to breastfed my next baby (in a couple years) and I'm excited to master it. This photo though, captures it all and makes my heart so full  Oh and if this photo grosses you out, kindly get the fuck off my IG  #breastfeedingtwins #mamasmilk

A photo posted by MeLisa (@mel_loose_arrow) on


These viral pictures depict the breast as the tree of life, spreading its nourishment allowing another tree to grow, in the form of a new baby. 



“The tree of life has served as a symbol for connecting all forms of creation throughout most of our history,” a spokesperson for PicsArt told Scary Mommy.



#treeoflife #babyboy #lactanciamaterna #love #mommy #momlife

A photo posted by Castillo Del Pilar Valentina (@vcastilloponce) on


If you are loving this idea, why not check out the video on how to create your very own piece of art!



SHARE and show us your #TreeofLife pictures.





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