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The honour of wearing my Marks (Anonymous)

I am the proud mother of a 2.5 year old boy and a 5 week old boy. My first pregnancy I got one tiny stretch mark on my left side and a slight mark on the top and bottom of my belly button, which was not noticeable at all afterward. I was so proud of that one on my side, I felt like it was the mark my precious little boy left to remind me of the time I nurtured him in my womb. I just gave birth to my second precious little boy, and he made a lot more of a mark during his stay! Here is a picture of what my belly looks like now. He stretched his brothers marks way further and added three of his own on my right side. Though I was sad that I won’t ever look the same in a bikini, this site really reminded me what an honour those marks are to carry. Some women try for years and desperately want a child but are unable, imagine what they would give to have a mark like mine. I am so blessed and honoured to have birthed two beautiful children, one natural in the hospital, and the second natural at home. They are my biggest pride and joy, and I embrace everything about being a mother….even my new body.

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6 comments… add one
  • Autumn Sunday, March 25, 2007, 3:24 pm

    you look awesome!

  • Victoria Monday, March 26, 2007, 1:21 pm

    Aww you still have the linea negra. Your shape still looks great too. :)

  • i-dra Monday, March 26, 2007, 5:26 pm

    your tummy looks beautiful!

  • mckenzie Sunday, April 8, 2007, 3:36 pm

    thanks for your thoughtful post, you really inspired me to be more thoughtful about my marks rather than just lamenting them. my sister has been trying for a while and I know she would be grateful for marks like mine. your tummy is lovely. m

  • Amy Thursday, April 19, 2007, 11:10 pm

    You still have a lovely body. Sexy, full, curvy, round, luscious. Yes, you are blessed. PS your small stretch marks aka mama stripes, cute!

  • fiona Saturday, May 5, 2007, 7:53 pm

    u look fantastic!!!

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