In an Instagram post, Sameera also expressed happiness at new moms feeling inspired by her posts to travel.

Sameera Reddy attempts climbing Karnatakas highest peak with newborn NyraSameera Reddy/Instagram
Flix Inspiration Wednesday, October 02, 2019 - 12:11

Actor Sameera Reddy recently become a mother for the second time, with her daughter Nyra coming into the world two months ago. And though being a mom to two young kids can be stressful, no doubt, Sameera has been quite keen on going places, and living her life with Nyra strapped to her – literally.

Recently, the 35-year-old attempted another feat – scaling Karnataka’s highest peak, Mullayanagiri, which stands tall measuring 6,332 feet. And Nyra was right there with her mom, in a carrier.

Taking to Instagram, Sameera shared a video of herself and baby Nyra en route the peak. Sharing a panoramic view of the view, Sameera said in the video, “I tried climbing a few steps, but I cannot tell you how long these steps are – 500 steps up to the peak!”

“And I’ve got five kgs extra with me,” she adds, laughing and indicating at the carrier on her chest which holds Nyra. “I’m not going anywhere,” she chuckles.

In the caption, Sameera said that she had to stop midway, likely the point where she took the video, because she was out of breath.

She also expressed happiness at new moms feeling inspired by her posts to travel. “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!” Sameera wrote.

She also said that she breastfed Nyra on the trek as and when needed. “For moms asking I did not express, I just fed her on demand everywhere! Less fuss and easy to travel this way!” Sameera noted.

The actor had earlier talked openly about breastfeeding as well. During World Breast Feeding Week, Sameera had put up a post asking father and family members to be supportive towards mothers who could be experiencing difficulty in producing enough breast milk due to a variety of reasons. “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,” Sameera had said.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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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