Childbirth is such a beautiful experience. I mean, once you hold that little one in your hands, you forget all the pain that comes with delivery. However, one thing lingers after childbirth, which is the new body; baby fat, extra tummy: for some, stretch marks and green veins.
4. Be your number one fan: I know you are not trying to prove anything to anyone, but sometimes, we do some things for our own good. Now here’s what you have to do. Now that you have sorted out a wardrobe that suits your new body, it is time to flaunt it. DON’T HIDE! Don’t be that lady that puts to bed and stops showing her face because people are going to say, “Omg! You’ve gained so much weight.” When you flaunt yourself, people will be 1st to accept you, but if they don’t… you know those ones that like to carry people’s issue on their shoulder, leave them with their problem and just focus on being your new gorgeous self.
In summary, I am glad that in today’s world, so many people (individuals and organizations/brands) are promoting the “curvy” woman, the awareness to stop body-shaming is louder and popular now more than ever. Hence, this is me boldly accepting my body, loving it and hopefully showing and inspiring other women to do the same (while we figure the weight loss thing out).
For this post, I am wearing this houndstooth belted one-shoulder jumpsuit I got from FemmeLuxe Finery, a UK based online boutique. I love the quality of their products: when you’ve read so many reviews on “what-i-got-verses-what-i-ordered”… I was quite skeptical and I must say, I am not disappointed at all. I also love the way it suits me, and honestly, in this… I love my body so much. Gawd! Look at that butt and hip… I thought they were all gone.