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My body has changed in ways that I am proud of. Since I’ve had a baby, I’m more confident in myself. I feel like I—for instance, the C-section scar I’m proud of it. I think that we’re blessed to be able to have children.
I think there is a myth that breastfeeding won't change your breasts. It definitely does. That being said it was my favorite experience ever.
I felt very, very feminine when I was pregnant and nursing because that’s really what the female body is meant to do. The aftermath is a whole different story because you just—you’re not tight. You’re not toned. You’re not young looking anymore. So, I’ve had to redevelop pride in my body by doing other things like working out and staying in shape.
Since having a baby, my body is better than ever.
Since having children, my body has changed in the matter of I’ve gained weight. But it was a great thing for me because I didn’t like being 120 pounds. I wanted to be more figured as a woman.