Loved my pregnant body including my huge belly!!!!
I felt beautiful. My skin was awesome, my hair was awesome. I felt really good.
And then I had the baby and my body went to s$&@...definitely don't feel beautiful at the moment!
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19-06-2012 02:35 #11
19-06-2012 05:10 #12Senior Member
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I definitely do not like my pregnant body. I want to cry when I see it in the mirror after a shower. Was at target on the weekend and was so depressed after trying on the oh so nice maternity bras and having all the way around mirrors I nearly bought a gazillion baby clothes to make me feel better.
Thankfully I want this baby more than anything otherwise I can imagine I would be much more depressed about my body.
19-06-2012 05:27 #13
I feel much more body confident when I am pregnant. I have quite a flabby stomach normally from years of yo yo dieting and from pregnancy, which disappears when pregnant. It's the only time I don't feel self conscious in form-fitting clothes.
19-06-2012 06:08 #14
I mind the weight gain less this time, maybe because I am 30 and not 20, and more comfortable in my own skin. I don't feel particularly sexy but DH tells me I am and genuine seems to love how I look. Having a tight tum is a novelty, that's for sure!
19-06-2012 06:25 #15
I love my belly much!! I certainly don't feel sexy or particularly beautiful but I'm so proud of my baby belly. It's the best thing ever!!!
19-06-2012 06:28 #16
Naked, I love it, dressed not so much. I love wearing dresses with a really defined waist line which you can't do pregnant so i never like the clothes I have to wear.
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19-06-2012 07:21 #17Member
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I love my pregnant body, stretch marks and all. I feel more confident now than I did with my pre pregnancy body.
I feel sexy, but not sexual if you know what I mean? I guess that's to be expected at 38-+2 when the bump wasn't in the way though I felt both.
Somehow I have managed to not gain weight, but to be honest I wouldn't have cared if I did. if that's what I needed
I'm going to miss the pregnancy glow and not having to hold my tummy in though.
19-06-2012 07:22 #18
I loved my belly, I loved everything about being pregnant. Except my placenta trying to kill me once a week.
19-06-2012 07:22 #19
I loved it, I almost miss the big belly!
19-06-2012 07:28 #20
I loved mine and miss it terribly and it's been gone less than 2 days!! I'm not so keen on my immediate post-birth body and I miss the kicks! But overall it's more fun with them out than in...!
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