Postpartum body

Celebrate the beauty of your postpartum body and learn how to feel confident in your own skin. Discover tips and advice on embracing this new stage of motherhood.
My Postpartum Tips For The First 2 Weeks Inspiration, Post Pregnancy, 3 Weeks Postpartum, 4 Weeks Postpartum, Post Pregnancy Clothes, Postpartum, Post Pregnancy Body, Post Pregnancy Belly, Postpartum Diet

Hi there! I hope everyone is holding up okay in these wild times. I took to Stories to share my first two weeks postpartum, day by day, and I had a lot of requests to create an entire blog post about my first two weeks, things I did, things I’ve learned having gone through this before, etc. etc. I want to first start out by saying (after receiving a few negative messages) that this is my experience, and I realize that everybody has a different experience. I consider myself genetically very…

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Some brave and beautiful women are sharing photos of their bodies after giving birth to their kids. Bored Panda has collected some of the most inspirational and raw photos of postpartum bellies to show you that there’s absolutely no reason to be ashamed of your body after the miracle of birth. Upvote your fave pics, and share how childbirth affected your bodies in the comment section below, dear Pandas.

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Society tends to want to look at a sanitized, ‘perfect’ version of reality on social media. However, life is anything but. And if you want the truth, the real truth, you’ve got to be prepared to see all the various shades of it without shying away.

Mo Poppins
Let’s Call Postpartum For What It Is: Grief. – The Birds Papaya Instagram, After Birth, Midwife, Childbirth, Maternity, Postpartum Body, Motherhood, Sarah Nicole, Postpartum

I’m sitting here on the day of my daughter’s half birthday. 6 months old. 24 weeks. 182 days. Those sound like big numbers. Because since 9:45 pm in my living room on a Friday night in the middle of January, I’ve been living hour to hour. Everything is timed. How long a feed was, when

Fernanda Benítez