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The Clothes Hide the Ugly (Anonymous)

February 20, 2012

Age: 19
One child who is 2 years old.

Hi, I love this site and love to see real bodies. I just wanted to confess that I have a mommy body. My stomach hangs like a W, I have stretch marks so large and small that cover my breasts, butt, stomach, hips, thighs, and behind the legs. And my breast are not full or perky. I am the most insecure woman you will ever meet. I wear baggy clothes to hide the muffin top and to avoid the mistake of accidentally showing my ugly stomach. I lost all my baby weight, but everything else still remains. All I want is for my stomach to be firm, the stretch marks to go away behind my legs so I can wear shorts, and for my boobs to look like 19 year old boobs. It bugs me everyday! Since the day I gave birth two years ago. I just want to feel confident and beautiful. Thanks for reading my story. =)

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9 Responses to “The Clothes Hide the Ugly (Anonymous)”

  1. amber Says:
    February 20th, 2012 at 11:37 am

    Honey your beautiful… And I completely understand u.. learn to love yourself. Your beautiful with an amazing body, I know I look good and we look alike so that means your hot too. I struggled with my tummy for 3 out of my sons 5 years he has been here. I have posted several times. Blessed and tortured.

    Hard work diet and exercise has continued to improve my body since my last post.. its never the body I want but I’m so beyond happy that the body I have is beautiful and I worked hard for it.
    Again I think Ur beautiful now u have to believe it

  2. shannon Says:
    February 21st, 2012 at 7:18 am

    Nothing ugly to hide…just beautiful :)

  3. Karini Says:
    February 21st, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    I’m on the same boat as you! U was skinny too but I started gaining weight just recently but I will lose it. I hate how I can’t wear shorts and how I’m always afraid my short will go up. I want to accept it and feel confident but I can’t. My boyfriend tells me I’m the most insecure girl in the world but I just cant help it I want my old body back :(

  4. gs Says:
    February 23rd, 2012 at 7:20 pm

    Hi there. I feel very similarly. I was 19 when first getting pregnant. During my pregnancy I was in denial that I would have all the problems I heard other mothers, including my own, tell me about. I had some small stretch marks from my teen years which just went CRAZY with the pregnancy. Went from 125 to 203 when giving birth. I was pregnant again months postpartum and still am struggling to loose the weight (babies 1 and 2). The stretchmarks really do fade but honestly, you look great! It is a huge mental adjustment. I am still trying to recognize myself in the mirror. I think being a young Mom makes all these changes more so. Good luck, don’t get discouraged.

    You look wonderful!

  5. evee Says:
    March 29th, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    we have the exact same body thats how i looked before and after,my tummy is the same as yours,i hate it, i want it to be firm isntead of mushy and all wrinkly cuz of strechmarks. but we are in good shape and we made a life. your a milf (hot mom) :) being a mother makes you more of a woman and we earned our stripes.

    i keep this quote on my laptop,hope it helps

    your body is a roadmap of where youve been and a reminder of how much you live

  6. John from UK Says:
    April 21st, 2012 at 6:11 pm

    You are simply stunning, not sure what else to say as a hot blooded male of our spieces :0)

  7. Lindsay B Says:
    May 18th, 2012 at 1:23 am

    youre gorgeous! and reading your story up there^ ^ was like taking my own thoughts out of my head, especially where you said you just wish that you could not have stretchmarks on the backs of your legs so you could wear shorts. Thats definatley me! youre beautiful tho and you make me know Im not alone! keep rockin what youve got girl! youre sexy and you dont know it!

  8. Brad Says:
    August 8th, 2012 at 2:39 am

    You are so beautiful… EVERY part of you… embrace that

  9. Jessica Says:
    October 7th, 2012 at 11:06 pm

    Seeing this post was like looking at myself. I had a daughter at the ripe old age of 18 (who is 2 years old now) and was naive to think I didn’t have to change my eating habits even though I had stopped playing sports like soccer and basketball and exercising daily. Being only 5’1″ and weighing 125 lbs pre-pregnancy had done a lot of damage! But my body looks pretty much identical to yours. I too always just wish to have the perky breasts I once had. But I look at your pictures and think “Wow, she really looks sexy! Wait a minute..I kinda look like that? What the hell am I complaining about then?” haha so just know you’re not alone and that you truly are beautiful/sexy!

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