I became pregnant with my eldest when i was 19, before i had her i had a great figure (i couldn’t see it at the time but now i do!) i was slim but had curves, my breasts were always small but they were perfect, round, firm and wonderful. Since having my second daughter 8 months ago my confidence has dissapeared, i no longer see anything attractive when i look in a mirror, i was lucky in that i only have the odd one or 2 stretch marks, my stomach has remained pretty much the same as before, i seem to have acquired an unusually flat flabby bum, which seems unfair considering i’m so bony everywhere else, i could at least have a nice perky bum :P and my breasts.. well, not only are they still small but now they sag, and my nipples are darker, they don’t look ‘sexy’ at all anymore. I’ve always had a very slim figure but since having my girls my weight has plummeted and i am left with NO curves, i would do anything for a bit of weight on me, i just want to feel feminine again!
I have uploaded some recent photos (and yes there appears to be an ‘orb’ on the photo of my bum! :P) and i am a little scared of getting negative comments, not about the changes to my body due to having children but more my weight, i have some health issues at the moment that means i really cannot put on weight, i would do almost anything for a few curves here and there! ;) i am always jealous of curvy ladies, women on this website who upload photos saying they feel ‘fat’ or ‘flabby’ all i see is CURVES! beautiful soft curvy bums and boobs.. and i’d give anything to have some of them! :D
Anyway, i have been browsing this wonderful website for months now, and every body i see looks beautiful, i’m just hoping to see myself in the same way i see every other mother one day, your all stunning, i never notice the stretch marks or the sagging skin, all i see is a woman who is a mother, a woman who has experienced the most amazing thing in the world, creating life! nobody should EVER feel anything less than stunning after having a child, you no longer have the body of a girl, you have the body of a woman, that should be celebrated and adored, it’s a real shame the media have made so many mums out there feel inadequate, we all have amazing qualities, we are all beautiful in our own ways and variety is the spice of life :)
2 pregnancies and 2 births.
Almost 3 year old daughter and an 8 month old daughter.