• J
  • Kidderminster, United Kingdom
  • a year ago

My postpartum tum!!

It’s easy to look at other moms posting gorgeous photos of their bodies postpartum. And good for you if you are one of those lucky moms! I’m not, my body is real. It’s covered in stretch marks and has lots of loose skin. But that’s ok, I’ll never have a flat defined scar free tummy. One day I’ll learn to love these marks from carrying my little boy for 10 months. 🤰🏼 Remember social media only shows us what people want us to see. Maybe not always the truth. So, for all you moms covered in tiger stripes too, this ones for you!! You are beautiful, I am beautiful, our scars are beautiful 💙💙💙
  • L
  • 14 days ago

I haven't read through all the comments. I just want to say that us ladies rock! Those scars and extra skin is what provided our children life! Love yourself, like yourself and most importantly feel free. ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • J
  • FL, US
  • 22 days ago

I’ve lost all the weight and although that’s great I’m still left with stretch marks all over my butt, my inner thighs, my boobs and my stomach. It’s definitely hard sometimes to look at because I’m only 21 and I just can’t imagine me in a bathing suit anymore... but I am also proud of the little guy I brought into the world and so I’m reminded everyday that he is worth all of the stretch marks every single one of them.

  • A
  • KY, US
  • 2 months ago

It tooks so long for me to accept my pp body. I ended up starting a fb group with a friend of mine called Hot Mommas to encourage body positivity pp. Its a real struggle but we birth life and are beautiful💖

  • H
  • AR, US
  • 2 months ago

I feel the same way. I look at my tummy happy that our daughter is here but I hate the stretch marks and jiggly gut. I've been working out and eating better but still have it. I understand I'm only 2 months out but I hate it.

  • J
  • ENG, GB
  • 3 months ago

They're your war wounds or as my partner calls them my tiger strips 😊 you just have to embrace them 😘

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