This is why I hate Gisele Bundchen. Not only does she have her baby in a bathtub, but she also returns to work seven weeks later. It’s really this latter reason that I have a problem with because, come on! Did I mention, if you don’t already know, that Gisele Bundchen works as a supermodel? Yet, seven weeks later, there she is, prancing around in winter bikinis and whatnot. How are real women supposed to live up to this kind of expectation? I know, I know. I realize we live in an ‘educated’ society that knows it’s not reasonable for it to happen this quickly with ‘real’ women. But let’s face it. Those women who had a baby six months ago and still aren’t feeling up to going back to work, all hate Gisele a little bit too right now. Radar Online has all the details on how she handles it all,
“Supermodel Gisele Bundchen gave birth to her baby son Benjamin, by her NFL football star husband Tom Brady, in a bathtub, it has been revealed.
Bundchen told a reporter from the Brazilian show Fantastico during a fashion shoot in Boston, that she gave birth naturally in the tub at the couple’s Beacon Hill townhouse.
“Gisele gives off simplicity, spirituality, shows that she has concern with living well, being happy and, now, with being an excellent mom,” the reporter revealed.
In a preview of the interview, which airs this weekend, the Brazilian correspondent added: “From what I saw in the interview, I’d say she’s right on track.”
Meantime, the stunning model is back to doing what she does best, returning to modeling work just seven weeks after giving birth.
Gisele did a photo shoot Monday, for Colcci‘s winter campaign. Already back in shape, the genetically blessed Brazilian did her first work since the arrival of baby Benjamin. The setting was a studio in Boston and the Übermodel worked for several hours with the renowned photographer David Sims.
Welcome to the world of working moms Gisele!”
I also don’t have anything against having natural home births per se, I just don’t understand them. I don’t know why it’s become so trendy to think of Western medicine as ‘bad’ when people halfway around the world would do anything for half of the resources that we have at our fingertips. And God forbid something should go wrong. Why do you not want to surround yourself with the best equipment and doctors that can handle a real genuine life or death emergency? Can you not find a way to be spiritual in a hospital room? I hear they have real cozy ones now. Set up just like a cottage inn and everything. And doctors, tubes, equipment, scanners, and monitors all in the next room!
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