Changing the Definition of Beauty
My body looks almost the same I have the same stomach look. I also feel the same as you do “just glad I am not alone” but still feel insecure about it. There are days when I feel good about my belly like it isn’t that bad but there are even bigger women that are way more comfortable with their bodies. I guess I wish I felt that way.
you look amazing. I am trying to make it to how you look here. =) hott. smile. =)
My stomach is the same, or was before this last pregnancy. It’s still huge and fat right now but is similar when I lose the weight.
It was really difficult adapting to having it. It took a while to work out how to conceal it. Whilst I know how nice it would be to not have it, I always think that I am just grateful to be alive and have the blessings of my family. There are people born every day with worse afflictions and a saggy tummy is a badge of honour, a privilege. I know it doesn’t feel like it, but for me, things changed when I became a Mum. One of those was not being able to wear a bikini and living in waist bands and the like to feel pulled in and comfortable. For me, I try to convince myself this is not a big deal.
You look really beautiful. You really do. All of us have imperfections and I think it’s a pretty darn good luck to have ours by creating a new life. In the end we all end up wrinkled and saggy – even those with perfect bodies. :)
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