Post # 1
who hated their stretch marks. I would even have sex with my shirt off without being embarrassed of them. I would have done anything to get rid of them. One day I was sitting there complaining about them and my friends mom told me that I should be proud of them. I then began thinking about all the women who can’t have children and who have tried so hard for many years. I thought that they would probably love their stretch marks just to have a baby in their arms. I now look at myself in the mirror and smile. Not because they are beautiful but because they show who I am. I am a mom. It was a humbling experience to say the least.
Post # 3
That’s sweet! I also struggled with my sretch marks after having my child. It was difficult for me to accept them I guess. I also struggled with seeing them during intimate times and often would turn off lights, cover myself with blankets etc.
Luckily, the feelings wore off for me eventually. I don’t think of them much, but when I do they remind me of being pregnant and giving birth to my healthy baby 🙂
Post # 4
🙂 Great way to think about it!
Post # 5
This is so uplifting! totally reminds me of this picture i’ve seen on pinterest 🙂 though I can only hope my tummy looks like that after all this of over lol.