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13 thoughts on “Had a Baby Body”

  1. Not only are you pretty, but you have the sweetest personality. That makes you beautiful! And if the hubby thinks you’re gorgeous than that is awesome.

    I’ve had a hard time accepting my post baby body. I’ve always been big, but I didn’t learn to appreciate the pre-baby body until the post baby body showed up. I do try to love my post baby body because I did grow a healthy baby in there and that is truly a miracle.

    There is a website called The Shape of a Mother (I would consider this adult content because some of these women are completely nude) but it is to show that what happens to our bodies after baby isn’t a freak show. There are a lot of us out there with post baby bodies that do not look like Heidi Klum or Katie Holmes. After becoming a mother, I’ve stopped judging people at first glance and learned that it is more about what they have going on inside. The most beautiful women can be ugly if her personality is ugly.
    .-= Joanne´s last blog ..Lost in Silicon Valley =-.

  2. sometimes I do look in the mirror and long for my full figures self, and after the babies my boobs did get smaller but not the good perky kind the weird bla kind.. but I still try to find the positives in my features and even my body because well that is the only body I have and it helps me do the things I need to do.

  3. This is a hard thing to deal with. You’re right though-focusing on the features you love about yourself and looking at things a little differently can make a world of difference!
    .-= Kristen´s last blog ..Similac Recall =-.

  4. I have a hard time with this, I like that you say you have a baby body ! And that you wouldn’t want it any other way cause you wouldn’t have your kids! That is a great way to look at it

  5. Great post! I think too often we focus on the negative. I am working on getting rid of my had a baby body, but some things I will carry as marks that I had many children my whole life.
    .-= Julia´s last blog ..Forget Vampires – Wizards and Witches RULE!!!! =-.

  6. No I have not…but I should.

    I have had my “had a baby body” for almost 2 years and just started my workout routine 6 days ago and I work out every single day.

    I do not mind the “I had a baby hips” because it gave me some welcomed curves..but I am determined to get rid of the jelly roll belly and flab everywhere.

    UGH! lol
    .-= Nina Say @ The One Fantastical´s last blog ..Fantastical Friday Giveaways- 9-24 =-.

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