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Hidden Forever (Anonymous)

May 27, 2014

Hi there i am 29yrs of age with 4 children and one on the way. Before i started having children i was concerned about wearing shorts or bikini’s at the pool.

Jeez i wish i did. I was only 15 when i had my first, didn’t really get to know who i was or be happy with myself at all, only now am i starting to feel happy and unconcerned of what others think of my body. Its me that’s more concerned, For once in my life i wish i could have a normal stomach,hips breast. I really want to feel beautiful on the outside because as a mother i feel that i have concurred the in side of me and i just want to feel complete and proud. Its upsetting to know that no matter how much exercise i do im still going to have that extra skin just reminding me that i will never get that back. My daughter (13) is amazing she and her brother’s 10,6,3 always have been the shade cloth over my eye’s telling me that it doesn’t really matter and i feel selfish that i’m so concerned about it. To be honest just wanna wear a bikini with a smile lol. These photo’s are of me now 4 1/2 months pregnant.

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4 Responses to “Hidden Forever (Anonymous)”

  1. Stacy Says:
    May 27th, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    Beautiful.

  2. joan Says:
    May 28th, 2014 at 2:05 am

    Hi babe your belly looks gorgeous good for you showing it off!it looks sexy as well x

  3. queenofhearts Says:
    June 8th, 2014 at 8:42 pm

    You are a beautiful human being and you do not deserve to hide yourself or feel imperfect. We all change and develop through life, getting scars, striae, veins, extra skin, wrinkles, fat in certain places we never had before, etc. TV and media makes women feel ashamed of developing and growing into another stage of their lives if they wish to have children but there is nothing shameful about getting imperfections from the beautiful, natural process of carrying and delivering a child. We are only made to think it is because of our sad, twisted world.

    Never give up on yourself. If you try to do exercises and stay fit and healthy you will see that there will be an improvement to the tummy area and emotionally you will feel brighter and happier because exercise makes us happier. :) The most important thing is NOT to hate yourself or feel gross about the extra skin. It will get better with time and exercises, and if it remains a little after, who cares? You’re YOU and that’s what makes you great.

  4. Jason Says:
    July 10th, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    Think of how many mothers are out there, and realize that a mother’s body, stomach, hips, breasts, etc are every bit as normal as someone who has never had children. You look fantastic, and I say, wear that skin proudly, flaunt your body for yourself. As a man, I know that I would be looking twice if you were around in a bikini ;)

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