Finding a way to get in shape after having a baby while not having to sacrifice precious bonding moments with your little one is challenging. But California mom Ashley Wright makes it look like a breeze.
Combining her love for pole dancing and caring for her baby girl, she is able to stay fit while spending time with little Shannon.
Videos of her flawlessly pole dancing, with her 3-year-old safely strapped to her back, have earned her the praise of many netizens.
The unconventional mom’s Youtube now has over 6,000 subscribers.
She begins by gripping the pole firmly and hoists herself up and begins to spin flawlessly.
She calmly spins on the pole with legs interlocked and palms pressed together as she breastfeeds her daughter.
With excellent poise and balance, Ashley shows off her strength and patience as she makes spinning while supporting her entire body weight and her daughter’s look so easy.
Watch the incredible feat here.
Through her website, she shares that she wants to parents that “it is okay to be 100% committed to your child(ren) and loved ones.”
One of the ways Ashley fulfils this commitment to her child is by “attachment parenting, which creates a deeply emotional and lasting connection with one’s child.
Ashley seems to be on the right track.
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Want to see more? Go to the next page to see Ashley and Shannon’s pole dance interpretation of the Lion King’s ‘A Circle of Life’
She starts a bit lower on the pole this time as the familiar theme from the classic Disney movie starts to play. This time, though, she is no longer breastfeeding Shannon.
She is so adept at the pole that she attempts stunts all while Shannon is safely attached to her back.
Then, she succesfully completes an exhilirating spin all around the pole!
You can watch it in full here.
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