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New mum Dani Dyer has said she compared herself to other mums when she gave birth and it ended up ruining the time she was spending with her son Santiago.
The reality star, who took her baby out on his first outing recently, took to Instagram to share her views on how to feed babies and told her followers how she was left feeling.
Alongside a picture of her kissing the tot, the 24 year old wrote: "I just want to add there really is no right or wrong way on how you want to feed your baby.
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"I think for me especially when I first had Santi all I was doing was comparing myself to other women, 'oh she's doing this, she's doing that.'
"And you know what? It was ruining my time with him," Dani explained.
"So really if you want to formula feed do that. If you want to breastfeed do that, if you want to express do that.
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"As long as your baby is happy, you're happy – then that's all that matter, especially now with social media all we do is compare."
Dani continued: "Mine wasn't comparing bodies or anything – mine was… I've become obsessed with how to feed my baby.
"So yeah, do what you want to do, there's no right way and as long as you're happy then so is your baby."
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The Love Island star, who said she doesn't care if people don't like her son's name, welcomed her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence on 23 January.
Sharing the special news on her Instagram page, the first-time mum gushed: "After a very long day and night finally our special little boy arrived 23/01/2021.
"Weighing 7 pound. We are in a complete baby bubble and enjoying every moment, can not believe he is ours, completely in love and so grateful to be his mummy.."
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