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6 days postpartum and loving it – My belly currently feels like jello and I’m ok with that!

6 Days Postpartum And Loving It - My Belly Currently Feels Like Jello And I’m Ok With That! - Postpartum - 20226 Days Postpartum And Loving It - My Belly Currently Feels Like Jello And I’m Ok With That! - Postpartum - 2022

6 days postpartum and loving it🌸

My belly currently feels like jello and I’m ok with that! I know it won’t last forever!!🤷🏽‍♀️

I’ve talked to a lot of women who are concerned or scared about what their bodies will be like postpartum, and I honestly feel like there’s absolutely no reason to feel scared or if you’ve had your baby, feel shame about what you look like. It’s seriously incredible that our bodies can grow a lil human!!💕👏🏼

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Originally posted 2021-01-12 15:03:45.

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  1. In India we have a 40 days complete rest period for the ladies postpartum. You just lie on the bed… And feed the baby… Nothing else

  2. THANK YOU AND THANK THE WOMAN WHO POSTED THIS PIC! We NEED to see more of this! Because this is normal! And makes me as a soon-to-be-mom feel so much better/less stressed about my body not being perfect right after birth! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

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