15 poruszających zdjęć, które pokazują wyjątkowe piękno kobiet po urodzeniu dziecka!

Media przekonały nas, że tuż po urodzeniu dziecka kobiety powinny wyglądać tak, jakby brały udział w pokazie mody. Prawda jest taka, że zaraz po porodzie wyglądają zupełnie inaczej niż księżniczka Disneya. Projekt fotograficzny Jade Beall podzielił ludzi na dwie grupy. Niektórzy byli zdumieni, jak odważne były kobiety, a inni uważali, że taka szczerość jest niesmaczna.

Uważamy, że wszystkie opinie mają znaczenie. Ale jesteśmy pewni, że kobiety, które decydują się pokazać swoje ciała zaledwie kilka dni lub tygodni po urodzeniu dziecka, są naprawdę odważne i mają poczucie humoru.


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A note to the new mama 🤱🏻 You may not recognise your own body anymore, but you need to give it time. It’s possible you’ll still look pregnant weeks after birth, this is normal. Your belly button will look the way it used to, eventually. Your body may have made some permanent physical changes, embrace them. You may lose a lot of hair in the first few months, don’t panic it’s a normal phase. Your hormones are adjusting themselves, there will be high, lows and probably tears. You may get the baby blues or postpartum depression, know that this is okay and ask for help and support, you’re not alone. Your breastfeeding journey (if you do) may not be as easy as you expected, don’t beat yourself up and it will take time. You may bleed for weeks after giving birth, like a big pain in the ass period. You need to increase you fiber intake… just trust us on this one! You may sweat a lot and feel like you’re in a constant heat wave in the first few days, thank you hormones. You may have permanent scars on your body, these are simply reminders of how strong our amazing bodies are, learn to love them. . Motherhood changes us, physically, mentally and emotionally. Some of these changes permanent, most temporary, remember you’re not alone. Welcome to the club mama, we got you ❤️ . Fellow mama’s – if I haven’t listed it here, let a new mama know something 😘

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@takebackpostpartum 1 week postpartum is a soft belly with fresh stretch marks, swollen leaking breasts, dark under eye circles. I was never one to be fully confident in my body. My first was and induction at 41 weeks which lead to an emergency csection. I hardly gained stretch marks but my csection scar left me even more self conscious of my shape. However this time I feel different. Baby number two came the day after his due date. And after a long 25 hour labor, with a scare that sent me to the OR temporarily, I had a successful VBAC (with the help of an epidural). I gained a swirl of new stretch marks and am overly tired from both baby and a toddler. But now I look at myself and dont criticize. I see a soft belly that grew two beautiful babies. I see my tired eyes feel love for staying up all night to feed the baby, and resting less in the afternoon to spend time with the toddler. I can't always do it all, and this first week has been rough. But I am a mother. And I am strong. And there's nothing more amazing a beautiful than that. #postpartum #birthwithoutfear #takebackpostpartum #momofboys #loveyourself #mombod

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No more bump shots so me and Margot have had a little selfie instead. One week postpartum and I can honestly say it's been a lot harder than I ever thought. After having an emergency c-section and delivering Nellie 3 months early I though our full term, planned section would be a breeze. Well in no way have I "bounced back" like I did with Nellie. Will my belly button always look like a cats bum hole? 😆 It's been a lot easier emotionally but I still cry at least once a day over absolutely nothing and man my poor boobies are running like taps, everything is soaked in breast milk, Margot loves a comfort feed so I've spent the last 7 days with her hanging of my nipple whilst contending with Nellie and now this silly blood pressure problem. How an earth do you mummas with more than two do it? Not that I would have it any other way, I'm still utterly and blissfully in baby paradise. There really is nothing I'd rather be doing than mothering my two girls. . . . #postpartum #1weekold #1weekpostpartum #4thtrimester #newborn #babygirl #babymargot #toddlermum #mumoftwo #preemiemama #28weeker #happyhappy

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So, it is #cesareanawarenessmonth and I figured I would share my story❤️ I went into labor on Jan 9, 2015 at 4 a.m. (I knew I would go into labor in the early morning). We went to the hospital and I was dilating normally but then I stopped. Olivia's heart rate was dropping on and off. I was so scared but did my best to stay calm. Finally after hours of no further dilation, (past 4cm) my Dr. decided I should have a Caesarian. I labored for about 12 hours. I wasn't scared at all, but relieved we would meet Olivia soon. The cord was wrapped around her neck twice and around her shoulder. The surgery was actually interesting. The pressure, the pulling..no pain. My husband was so good throughout the whole process. Helping me breathe through contractions..cooling my forehead. And my mom too. The recovery was difficult and painful but so worth the safety of our little nugget. I actually love my scar and hope it doesn't fade too quickly. I had no complications during my pregnancy. #cesareanwithoutfear #takebackpostpartum Olivia is 15 months old now and so smart and strong💪🏻

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This is 175 lbs.!!!!! 👈🏼 . This is not the number on the scale I want to be at 5m after baby BUT….🤷🏻‍♀️ #postpartumhormones 🤱🏻 . Right now I’m focused on more than the numbers. Because, This is also what it feels like to love myself again. This is what it feels like to show up for myself each day. To gain physical strength and mental strength. This is what shines on the outside when you are healthy On The inside! . Stop doing it for JUST the number on the scale. Do it for you. Stop putting YOU on the back burner and making excuses as to why you can’t get healthy. Because you Don’t have to be perfect. We are all PERFECTLY IMPERFECT 👌🏼 and human. . I’m looking for 5 more ladies to mentor this November to wrap the year up strong 💪🏼. You don’t have to do it alone. My fit fam and I are working on always loving that skin you are in. It’s time you loved U too. ❤️

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"I've been wanting to share this for awhile now. Almost everyday, I receive messages from other Mums asking me how I look the way that I do. How I got my 'pre baby body' back. Here's the truth ladies – I DIDN'T. I have the excess skin. I don't have stomach definition the way I used to. My hips are a little wider. I don't want there to be any misconceptions. My body did not just 'bounce back'. Now having said that, I work very hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to FEEL good in my skin. I may not ever look the way I did before I had the twins. And you know what? I'm OK with that. _ I have arms. I have legs. I can see, hear and experience life. My body has done amazing things, why on earth would I punish it? _ Learn to appreciate what you have. It doesn't mean you have to stop working for what you want, just show a little self love along the way." 💕@twinmamadiaries #takebackpostpartum

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