Mother of a Princess (MommaMykah)

Mother of a Princess

I’m 27 years old and a proud mother of an eight month old princess. She is my first and only child.

I’ve never been self-conscious about by body (in fact I loved my body) until after I had my baby and my breast went from pointy and perky to sagging and looking at the ground. My once flat tummy is now a flabby tummy, that I can work on but the breast are really making me depressed.

I was searching around on breast sites looking for company in my pity party and I came across this website. No one tells you that when you become a mommy you would never look the same again. All the celebrity images we are bombarded with make us feel like we are not beautiful anymore, well that’s how I felt anyway. But this website a shape of a mother got me thinking, that I am normal and my breast are normal for a mother and I am beautiful. I have read other mom’s stories and it has given me such strength and courage to love my body once again. Though I am not back at the mirror viewing stage, I am learning little by little to accept my sagging breasts, for I have breast fed my baby to a healthy weight, and I am learning to love my stretch marks for they are battle scars for borning a princess and my flabby tummy for it held my Princess close to me as she grew.

Thank you to all of the posts they have given me the boost I needed to love myself again, breast included :) .

Below are pictures of my body before my princess and 8 months after my princess. See her attached too.


9 thoughts on “Mother of a Princess (MommaMykah)

  • Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 11:22 am

    you look great! I wish I had no stretch marks. You don’t look like you have much at all! Wish I looked like you.. Nothing a few situps a day couldn’t tighten.. My body is ‘ruined’ for life!

  • Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    You look beautiful! And I know what you mean, I looked for a pity party, but came out with higher self esteem than before I had my daughter! I love this site!

  • Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    OMG! Your baby is so adorable!! You have a great figure and looks like you have great legs, I’m jealous! I have similar boobs, so I know how you feel. Mine looked just like yours when I was in my teens. I got implants to plump them up and now they are silly-big and numb and ultimately migrated south again. I wish I could go back in time and tell myself to leave my then perfectly good boobs alone!

  • Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 7:20 pm

    Momma you look like me! I have the same breasts and tummy and shape! thank you for posting! we are beautiful and your daughter is also so gorgeous!!

  • Friday, July 31, 2009 at 3:06 am

    I totally agree with you about the magazines. I don’t buy any of them anymore, as I too feel they give out a very unhealthy message. Full of plastic, shallow people.
    I think you look good !!! I think your tummy is curvy, and femanine, but not flabby. But if you want it flat, pilates is great for that!
    And your daughter is so cute!!

  • Friday, July 31, 2009 at 5:27 am

    You look normal (and good) to me :)
    How can I be the only woman who does NOT use celebrities to gauge how I should look? While no one came out and said it directly that my body will change, I just assumed it would–how could it not–and all women around me were evidence; esp. at the pool changing room. I’m so surprised how often i hear women being surprised that their body’s changed, or that they didn’t look ‘normal’ right after birth. I hope this site is really making changes in the American subconscious!

  • Friday, July 31, 2009 at 9:14 pm

    Like you and “h”, I don’t buy those magazines anymore either. I think it’s a wise decision. :) You look fabulous, and your daughter is so freaking cute!

  • Monday, August 3, 2009 at 6:41 am

    You’re a hot looking mum, most celebrity pictures in those magazines are fake anyway, they photo shop them to alien perfection.

  • Wednesday, August 19, 2009 at 10:09 pm

    I think your breasts look great. Natural beauty can’t be duplicated with plastic surgery.

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