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Sameera Reddy shares video climbing Karnataka’s highest peak with daughter

Sameera Reddy recently shared a video on Instagram where she was seen with her two-month daughter strapped on to her as she climbs Karnataka’s highest peak Mullayanagiri.

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New Delhi Updated on: September 30, 2019 20:32 IST
Sameera Reddy shares video climbing Karnataka’s highest peak with daughter

Sameera Reddy shares video climbing Karnataka’s highest peak with daughter

Actress Sameera Reddy, ever since the inception of her pregnancy has been setting the standards high for all the mother-to-be. She has been on a mission to prove that pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood cannot stop a person from achieving anything. The 35-year-old actress was in news from quite some time for her pregnancy and later gave birth to an adorable baby girl whom she named Nyra. Well now, she has amazed her fans once again through a recent video in which she opens up about scaling a mountain called Mullayanagiri Peak with her two-month-old baby strapped to her.

Sharing the video on Instagram, she wrote, "Attempted climbing to Mullayanagiri Peak with Nyra strapped on! I stopped midway cos I was so out of breath ! 6300 ft high it's the tallest Peak in Karnataka! So many messages from New moms saying they are inspired to travel & I'm thrilled my travel stories are getting such a positive response! It's very easy to feel low post baby & I’m super determined to not let it get me down! for moms asking I did not express I just fed her on-demand everywhere! Less fuss and easy to travel this way!"

Ever since the birth of her baby, she has been sharing pictures and videos of the newborn. Be it announcing the name or sharing adorable posts, she has been fulfilling the mommy duties really well. Have a look at some more photos and videos from her account:

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New dads & loved ones listen up! Its World Breast feeding week and this post is for you to know that you can be the biggest support and encouragement to a new mom! A mother may be depressed, lacking in confidence, worried, or stressed and it affects breastfeeding. These factors do not directly affect her milk production, but can interfere with the way in which she responds to her baby. This can result in the baby taking less milk, and failing to stimulate milk production. So be there for her . ❤️ Understanding the pressure on her physically and emotionally is the best thing you can do. Nothing like feeling loved at such an overwhelming time. 🙌🏻 . I would also like to give a shoutout to moms who have struggled with low milk production . This could happen due to a pathological reason including endocrine problems or a host of other factors .A few mothers have a physiological low breast-milk production, for no apparent reason, and production does not increase when the breastfeeding technique and pattern improve. There is no reason to shame them or make them feel any pressure in not being able to BF. we need to support all mothers and show love and respect 🍼. . #worldbreastfeedingweek2019 . @WABA_global @who @unicefindia

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On the professional front, she was last seen in Kannada film Varadhanayaka in 2013.



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