Original entry here.
Well since my last post a lot of things have changed *except my stretch marks.They don’t bother me as bad I don’t really care to be in a bikini and being a size 4 instead of 2 doesn’t bother me that bad either. I have a new meaning in life. I have to take care of my family. Recently my dad left my mom for another woman. My mom got a new boyfriend. My boyfriend went back to college for phycology. I have a job,not a very glamorous one but it pays good.(cleaning houses) I do not lean on my mom nor dad for financial support. I only depend on me. I am very happy wil my life. The stretchmarks on my thighs and boobs have changed significantly, but the ones on my stomach are still the same. My daughter is my world. She is the most spoiled baby, but I love her to death. I still wish I didn’t have stretchmarks but they don’t bother me every single second, of everyday, anymore :) the first are new pics of me body and then of my daughter,who will be 8 months tomorrow.
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Wow! Your stomach is so flat! Your daughter is so freakin cute!!! She actually looks alot like mine :). Good for you for being so independent. These days its especially hard but you are teaching your daughter good values!
You look beautiful. You should be so proud of yourself for first of all, having this baby, and second of all standing on your own two feet to do it. Sounds like you are already an amazing woman.
You and your daughter are beautiful. Glad to hear that things are going well. Size 4? Wow!
I’m glad to hear you have become more comfortable with you body in every way and that you are supporting yourself its a lot harder then some make it look. You and your daughter are very beautiful. i must also add that you have an awesome body, i could only dream of being that small.
Can I just say that I am also young, i’m pregnant, 31 weeks, and I JUST got my first stretch mark on my tummy. I’ve had them on my sides for alittle while, and they look just like yours. I also have been pretty small my entire life, and you’ve given me ALOT of hope. I mean, my tummy pretty much looked just like yours, and my stretch marks look the same. I’m hoping be all means of God that I turn out to look just like this, because I would be SOOO happy to look the way you do right now, seriously. If I were you, I would go bikini shopping, and I would wear it proudly. People will not look at you and think, “Oh, gosh, look at those terrible stretch marks.” they would definately look at you and think, “Oh gosh, she just had a kid? Bitch looks great!”
I would wear those proudly, if I wind up with a tummy like yours, I will walk around in a freakin’ shirt that shows it all, I would be showing off those stretch marks. They even look cute on you.
you look amazing!~~~
I’m happy you’ve been able to look past the stretch marks. I had my child when I was 17 and had stretchmarks EVERYWHERE by the time he was born. They do lighten a lot with time, even the really dark deep ones. And some do disappear.