im a 29 old mother of 2 boys.my first one is 4 years and second is 12 weeks.first pregnancy started at 63 kg,i put on 30 kg and by the time my son was 1 year old i lost all the weight(brestefeeding for 6 months and cambridge diet after that) skin on my tummy remain wrinkly and a bit sag,anyway.. my second pregnancy started at 70 kg and by the end i was about 97.now,12 weeks on im 89 and nothing going down:-( im brestfeeding so cant diet yet,and not doing any sport or anything.im to be honest diguisted with myself,i cant watch myself in mirror,i feel sooooo ashamed when my husband is looking at me,i wish i can be slimmer.i now i will be,i do everything to loose that fat,just not yet.at the moment i just want to past that stage when im brestfeeding and to start losing. anyway,my body will NEVER be ok for bikini again,second pregnancy as you can see on the pictures did too much damage:-( i just hope to be able to wear decent clothes and look ok. just want to add thet i love that site,im adicted to it. /////// AGE-29 2 CHILDREN- 4 YEARS AND 12 WEEKS

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  • Friday, September 24, 2010 at 8:28 am

    it has only been 12 weeks…give yourself more time! I am almost 18 months pp with my 2nd, and still losing! Do not diet!!!!!!! A diet never lasts long, and then the weight is gained back. A healthy, well balanced diet should be part of your every day life (with some treats of course!!). Chicken, ground turkey, tuna, fish, wheats (pasta, rice, bread), fruits and veggies (frozen grapes are a yummy snack! Rinse them in cool water, dry off with a paper towel. Put them on a baking tray in the freezer, once frozen you can put them in a zip lock bag in the freezer…yum!), and lots of water and tea :) Don’t worry about exercise yet, just enjoy your baby! Also, don’t make it a chore…think of i as making your body stronger! I think you look awesome…and I love to see other mama’s with the “apron”…I have it too!!!!

  • Saturday, September 25, 2010 at 2:07 am

    you look good for 12 weeks pp!! I’m almost 11 wks, and look the same!! You shouldn’t be ashamed!!

  • Monday, September 27, 2010 at 6:01 pm

    Nice breasts and booty! And I can already see your waist line is snapping right back in. Give yourself a bit of time and things will seem more normal I think. You already look great!

  • Monday, September 27, 2010 at 9:03 pm

    My belly looked exactly like this at 12 wks. pp. In fact, it was nearly a year before I felt like everything had shifted back anywhere close to where it was pre-pregnancy (and believe me, it’s not perfect!). Please be kinder to yourself and allow your body time to find herself again, too!

  • Monday, October 4, 2010 at 7:48 am

    I can imagine the attraction of being back to ‘normal’ but you’re being very hard on yourself! You have nothing to be ashamed of – your body may still show signs of the changes linked to being a mum but you have every reason to be proud of that. Speaking as a guy, I’d be be extremely surprised if your husband didn’t consider you just as beautiful now as before you had children. But it’s sad for both of you if you are being needlessly self-critical and that’s damaging your confidence, so try to see yourself through his eyes and those of everyone commenting here. And believe me, if you still have your bikinis, there’s no reason to not make use of them!

  • Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 7:06 am

    I think you look good… especially your butt!;-) But I understand why you would wanna loose some weight, and don’t worry, you will!!! Someone else commented that don’t make exercise a chore; I really agree with that. Try to find ways you can be active with your baby while enjoying yourself.. it is often commented on here how baby wearing is a very efficient/enjoyable way of getting back into shape. For me, walking is the best way for staying in shape, walking uphill is super efficient! What do you think you will enjoy doing? My advice: focus on how you feel and throw away the scale, it doesn’t do any good! And keep your chin up!

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