You are pure joy wrapped in drool, sass, confidence, sick dance moves, constant smiles, occasional public meltdowns, creativity, stubbornness, and passion. I love your giant personality, even the areas your powerful self is still trying to figure out (so many big emotions for such a little person). Good grief do I love you, in all your wonderful ways. Thanks for teaching me how to be a mom🧡
Just because I love my body in this current state doesn’t mean I don’t have days I stare in the mirror,turning side to side. Sucking in my stomach to see what it use to look like. It can turn into a deep spiral fast. .
I have always felt pressured by society postpartum to get back as fast as as I can. I would normally say at 2 months postpartum... “why do I still look like this?” .
But now I just say. “Yes I still look like this.I’m proud of myself. I grew and birthed 4 babies. enjoy the journey ”
I rather accept this moment in time. Not focusing on my weight but rather treating my body kindly. Too many times in my past I was so harsh on my body to look “better”. Not again. .
these so called flaws You see don’t make you less of. They add to your beauty mama. Remind yourself as much as you need it. You are beautiful