Never felt more like a woman. (Jordan)

23 years old
3 pregnancies/2 births
14 months pp

Previous post here.

As mothers, our bodies may not look like they used to, but that’s OK. My body gave me my children and for that, I will be eternally grateful. It is a beautiful thing. Sure, Alot of woman may see their stretch marks, and sagging skin as a flaw or fear others will view them as unattractive.. but they are part of who we are now and, therefore, they are beautiful. We earned them and we need to appreciate them more. My body may not be magazine perfect but it’s perfect enough for me and that’s all that matters. I had an easy, healthy pregnancy with both of my boys. Labor and delivery was short, unmedicated and absolutely beautiful both times as well and if i could do it all over again.. i’d do it the same way. Epidural is not natural and not for me. I have a 3 year old and a 14 month old, They keep me busy, never cease to amaze me and they are the best thing that ever happened to me. I love me, inside and out.. I hope every single one of you reading this does or will come to feel this way about your own body and minds! Love this website.

(1) Pre-Pregnancy
(2) 8 months pregnant with second child
(3, 4) 14 months pp
(5) My boys

3 thoughts on “Never felt more like a woman. (Jordan)

  • Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 7:36 am

    You look amazing with two beautiful kids, but what is the most beautiful is your attitude :) Keep it up! Hopefully it spreads to some moms in need!

  • Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    Love your confidence! You look amazing! Maybe TMI but I envy your perfect landing strip. Wish I could do mine that perfect.

  • Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 12:34 am

    Love your name. You don’t look anything like you’ve had one baby, let alone two! But I also have to say I love your attitude. I’ve also felt transformed, and more of a Woman after my child. I’m 23, was 22 when I gave birth. My body didn’t bounce back quite as well as yours, but I feel amazing about it regardless. It gave me life, and I have SUCH respect for it now. Keep up the attitude, you will inspire change and give hope to other moms!

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