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Art in bucket hats in Venice
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Obligatory tourist photo...
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A date in Venice with just my boys! My heart is so full. @thetot
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So often i talk about how much I cannot wait until my toddler starts talking, or for my littlest one to sit up on her own, start eating solids...I catch myself thinking how I cannot wait until my babies are big enough to all play together, big enough for me to teach them history of a place we visit, or go through an exciting experience when they are just a little bit older. I talk about how much I cannot wait for our toddler to stop waking us up early in the morning or my baby to start sleeping through the night. For my oldest to grow big enough to not have accidents or not wear a diaper at night... but in reality I don’t actually want any of it. I don’t want to rush time, I don’t want to change a thing, I don’t want them to grow up. I want to embrace the present with sleepy mornings, sleepless nights, days when I feel exhausted, my sore boobs, managing potty training in public places, tantrums and vomit all over us. I want my hold on to every memory in every stage of their lives and love that moment wholeheartedly. I want to remember each one of them forever. @thetot
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Hat game is on...
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Summer dayz @thetot
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Love Summer Hate Everything Else ( LMC)
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Our Papa, We Love You So Very Much. You make our world go round. You give us the sun and the moon and the stars. You love us unconditionally and without you we wouldn’t know what to do. We are the luckiest to have you in our lives.
Nasiba Adilova
Salty kisses #ilovesummer @thetot
Nasiba Adilova
This baby girl has my heart @thetot
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At sea
Nasiba Adilova
Ready for the day! @thetot #motherhood
Nasiba Adilova
Switzerland and its dreamy views
Nasiba Adilova
Discovering Zurich with my gang @thetot
Nasiba Adilova
Baby Bellas first art show went Ace, with an exception of a massive blow out all over this baby carrier. The rest of the time she slept and drooled on my chest..
Nasiba Adilova
Just two maman’s and their babies @thetot
Nasiba Adilova
Mira Mikati world @miramikati
Nasiba Adilova
The OG’s
Nasiba Adilova
Love these girls and am so proud of them. Such a fantastic initiative by @maisonpyramide and @funtasiaegypt You Go Girls @elisasednaoui @nathaliemroue
Nasiba Adilova
This morning with @chanelofficial for @serpentineuk
Nasiba Adilova
Blending in or.. “Welcome to London, capital of Great Britain”
Nasiba Adilova
3 babies ( one asleep), 3 play dates, one sling, one stroller later I’m holding strong...
Nasiba Adilova
When we become parents we carry with us what was already embedded in us through society, through our upbringing, and childhood. But trying to unveil this path on your own free of preconceived notions is what will make it truly yours. You are not chained to what you were taught. You are free to make up your own mind. New ideas, new mindsets, new ways is what makes it your story. It’s ok to make mistakes and learn from them. You will do better next time. So go and pave new roads and make them your own. @thetot
Nasiba Adilova
He’s still sucking in...
Nasiba Adilova
Blue jeans with a high waist are new moms best friend!
Nasiba Adilova
A WOMAN is the full circle. She holds the power to create, to nurture, to transform.
Nasiba Adilova
The whole concept of “pregnancy brain” or “mommy brain” is societies way of dumbing down the actual reality of what happens in a woman’s brain during the transformational period of the perinatal window. The chemicals of pregnancy impact the maternal brain by such a degree that it can be seen on an MRI. In fact, the gray matter remains in a reduced stage for 2 years after giving birth. Scientists believe that this area of the brain is used for empathy and understanding of social cognition; our ability to connect with the needs of others. Yet, we have no architecture within modern culture to make room for the basic needs of the pregnant modern women. We are expected to continue functioning in our lives as if life is going on as normal when literally nothing could be further from the truth. Wisdom by: Aleksandra Evanguelidi @thevitalwoman
Nasiba Adilova
I can’t actually believe I have 3 kids now. It blows my mind every single day. #momlife #grateful
Nasiba Adilova
And just like that my baby girl is 3 months old... why is time moving so fast ?
Nasiba Adilova
I told him to suck in! 🤣
Nasiba Adilova
A few Monday’s back.. before the pink carpet at the MET #metcamp #prabalgurung #newmom
Nasiba Adilova
One of those rare times, I don’t have a baby attached to one of my body parts...
Nasiba Adilova
Mama, when you feel like you are not doing enough and the guilt starts to trickle down your bones reminding you of all the things you can be better at, stop and breathe into that space. Be strong, remind yourself that it’s not about “doing” it’s about “being”. It’s the “quality” not “quantity” it’s your presence, it’s the love you show them that matters the most.
Nasiba Adilova
I would walk here everyday, if I lived here!
Nasiba Adilova
Just me again, next to some French doors.. ( croissants, baguette and other starchy carbs inside the clutch)
Nasiba Adilova
A girls trip to Paris with my sweet baby girl, what can be better ? 💕
Nasiba Adilova
In good company...
Nasiba Adilova
When in Paris ❤️
Nasiba Adilova
A #latergram from the best Mother’s Day brunch at @bullionrestaurant
Nasiba Adilova
Lady who (very rarely) lunches... But is very often late... (can I use cultural upbringing as an excuse?)
Nasiba Adilova
Most magical weekend in Napa. Thank you to @rachofskycindy and @chefthomaskeller for making it so special for us.
Nasiba Adilova
I came, I croquette’d, I conquered!
Nasiba Adilova
Most epic weekend, in the most epic place, with the most epic people. (although we are missing a few more epic people) #firstadulttrip #babymama
Nasiba Adilova
Do you croquette?
Nasiba Adilova
Let me tell ya’, this white Canadian tuxedo didn’t stay white for long...
Nasiba Adilova
Opening of @dior exhibit at The DMA
Nasiba Adilova
Five minutes of me time amongst all the chaos
Nasiba Adilova
Dropping some casual looks on a Wednesday morning, bc that’s what I wear at home with 3 babies... ( j/k thanks to @carolinaherrera for forcing me to dress out of poo/vomit covered clothing into this frock ) @thetot
Nasiba Adilova
As mothers, we give ourselves far less credit than we deserve. We magnify our imperfections, overlook our strengths and allow comparison to steal our joy. Why is it that we have become conditioned for looking externally for validation and acceptance. From a young age we were taught that good girls follow the rules and that life is easier when we blend in. When we become parents there’s a set of clearly defined rules that we’re expected to follow. As a result, the external validation we’ve been taught to crave vanishes and rather than being rewarded with praise for blindly following the mainstream, we’re challenged, criticized or judged; left feeling alone and unable to share our parenting experiences, paving the way for fear, doubt and anxiety to creep in. So, what if rather than looking to outsiders for guidance, we looked inside our own families? What if we surrendered to the lessons parenting our children can teach us about ourselves? Perhaps, if we granted ourselves a fraction of the grace and unconditional love that we extend to our children, we’d thrive. Because, the quieter we allow the white noise of society to become, the more we’ll be able to hear the soft whispers of our own truth. Wisdom via @raisedgood 📷: @brianalorraine
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    Art in bucket hats in Venice
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Obligatory tourist photo...
  • Nasiba Adilova

    A date in Venice with just my boys! My heart is so full. @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    So often i talk about how much I cannot wait until my toddler starts talking, or for my littlest one to sit up on her own, start eating solids...I catch myself thinking how I cannot wait until my babies are big enough to all play together, big enough for me to teach them history of a place we visit, or go through an exciting experience when they are just a little bit older. I talk about how much I cannot wait for our toddler to stop waking us up early in the morning or my baby to start sleeping through the night. For my oldest to grow big enough to not have accidents or not wear a diaper at night... but in reality I don’t actually want any of it. I don’t want to rush time, I don’t want to change a thing, I don’t want them to grow up. I want to embrace the present with sleepy mornings, sleepless nights, days when I feel exhausted, my sore boobs, managing potty training in public places, tantrums and vomit all over us. I want my hold on to every memory in every stage of their lives and love that moment wholeheartedly. I want to remember each one of them forever. @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Hat game is on...
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Summer dayz @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Love Summer Hate Everything Else ( LMC)
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Our Papa, We Love You So Very Much. You make our world go round. You give us the sun and the moon and the stars. You love us unconditionally and without you we wouldn’t know what to do. We are the luckiest to have you in our lives.
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Salty kisses #ilovesummer @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    This baby girl has my heart @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    At sea
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Ready for the day! @thetot #motherhood
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Switzerland and its dreamy views
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Discovering Zurich with my gang @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Baby Bellas first art show went Ace, with an exception of a massive blow out all over this baby carrier. The rest of the time she slept and drooled on my chest..
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Just two maman’s and their babies @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

  • Nasiba Adilova

    Mira Mikati world @miramikati
  • Nasiba Adilova

    The OG’s
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Love these girls and am so proud of them. Such a fantastic initiative by @maisonpyramide and @funtasiaegypt You Go Girls @elisasednaoui @nathaliemroue
  • Nasiba Adilova

    This morning with @chanelofficial for @serpentineuk
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Blending in or.. “Welcome to London, capital of Great Britain”
  • Nasiba Adilova

    3 babies ( one asleep), 3 play dates, one sling, one stroller later I’m holding strong...
  • Nasiba Adilova

    When we become parents we carry with us what was already embedded in us through society, through our upbringing, and childhood. But trying to unveil this path on your own free of preconceived notions is what will make it truly yours. You are not chained to what you were taught. You are free to make up your own mind. New ideas, new mindsets, new ways is what makes it your story. It’s ok to make mistakes and learn from them. You will do better next time. So go and pave new roads and make them your own. @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    He’s still sucking in...
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Blue jeans with a high waist are new moms best friend!
  • Nasiba Adilova

    A WOMAN is the full circle. She holds the power to create, to nurture, to transform.
  • Nasiba Adilova

    The whole concept of “pregnancy brain” or “mommy brain” is societies way of dumbing down the actual reality of what happens in a woman’s brain during the transformational period of the perinatal window. The chemicals of pregnancy impact the maternal brain by such a degree that it can be seen on an MRI. In fact, the gray matter remains in a reduced stage for 2 years after giving birth. Scientists believe that this area of the brain is used for empathy and understanding of social cognition; our ability to connect with the needs of others. Yet, we have no architecture within modern culture to make room for the basic needs of the pregnant modern women. We are expected to continue functioning in our lives as if life is going on as normal when literally nothing could be further from the truth. Wisdom by: Aleksandra Evanguelidi @thevitalwoman
  • Nasiba Adilova

    I can’t actually believe I have 3 kids now. It blows my mind every single day. #momlife #grateful
  • Nasiba Adilova

    And just like that my baby girl is 3 months old... why is time moving so fast ?
  • Nasiba Adilova

    I told him to suck in! 🤣
  • Nasiba Adilova

    A few Monday’s back.. before the pink carpet at the MET #metcamp #prabalgurung #newmom
  • Nasiba Adilova

    One of those rare times, I don’t have a baby attached to one of my body parts...
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Mama, when you feel like you are not doing enough and the guilt starts to trickle down your bones reminding you of all the things you can be better at, stop and breathe into that space. Be strong, remind yourself that it’s not about “doing” it’s about “being”. It’s the “quality” not “quantity” it’s your presence, it’s the love you show them that matters the most.
  • Nasiba Adilova

    I would walk here everyday, if I lived here!
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Just me again, next to some French doors.. ( croissants, baguette and other starchy carbs inside the clutch)
  • Nasiba Adilova

    A girls trip to Paris with my sweet baby girl, what can be better ? 💕
  • Nasiba Adilova

    In good company...
  • Nasiba Adilova

    When in Paris ❤️
  • Nasiba Adilova

    A #latergram from the best Mother’s Day brunch at @bullionrestaurant
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Lady who (very rarely) lunches... But is very often late... (can I use cultural upbringing as an excuse?)
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Most magical weekend in Napa. Thank you to @rachofskycindy and @chefthomaskeller for making it so special for us.
  • Nasiba Adilova

    I came, I croquette’d, I conquered!
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Most epic weekend, in the most epic place, with the most epic people. (although we are missing a few more epic people) #firstadulttrip #babymama
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Do you croquette?
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Let me tell ya’, this white Canadian tuxedo didn’t stay white for long...
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Opening of @dior exhibit at The DMA
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Five minutes of me time amongst all the chaos
  • Nasiba Adilova

    Dropping some casual looks on a Wednesday morning, bc that’s what I wear at home with 3 babies... ( j/k thanks to @carolinaherrera for forcing me to dress out of poo/vomit covered clothing into this frock ) @thetot
  • Nasiba Adilova

    As mothers, we give ourselves far less credit than we deserve. We magnify our imperfections, overlook our strengths and allow comparison to steal our joy. Why is it that we have become conditioned for looking externally for validation and acceptance. From a young age we were taught that good girls follow the rules and that life is easier when we blend in. When we become parents there’s a set of clearly defined rules that we’re expected to follow. As a result, the external validation we’ve been taught to crave vanishes and rather than being rewarded with praise for blindly following the mainstream, we’re challenged, criticized or judged; left feeling alone and unable to share our parenting experiences, paving the way for fear, doubt and anxiety to creep in. So, what if rather than looking to outsiders for guidance, we looked inside our own families? What if we surrendered to the lessons parenting our children can teach us about ourselves? Perhaps, if we granted ourselves a fraction of the grace and unconditional love that we extend to our children, we’d thrive. Because, the quieter we allow the white noise of society to become, the more we’ll be able to hear the soft whispers of our own truth. Wisdom via @raisedgood 📷: @brianalorraine
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