Maybe I'm crazy but I hoped my third was twins 😂 also I LOVE those exhausted post birth pics they make my heart melt, shows just how exhausting, exhilarating and amazing the entire experience is. Arghh just too many emotions to control really!
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01-10-2016 19:24 #61
01-10-2016 19:24 #62
So precious RR <3
01-10-2016 19:25 #63
01-10-2016 19:48 #64
Just likes women don't give a shizz about any of that.
The fashion and beauty industry contributes millions to the economy and keeps so many people employed. So there will always be models and fashion designers and beauty products in the world. I just hope that people who do care a lot about their looks also care about and contribute to the causes you mention.
01-10-2016 19:49 #65
There's a photo on her Instagram still in the operating room being shown the babies and from what you can see she looks similar. It's just the way she looks, cut her some slack.
01-10-2016 19:50 #66
01-10-2016 19:55 #67
For those not sure about having a third....
Your photos are beautiful RR but you obviously also had a different birth experience from her so straight away the photos of you meeting your baby are going to look different.
01-10-2016 19:57 #68
I don't think images like her selfies can undermine the wonderful job you have done bringing up your daughter to love what's inside and out. Especially if you explain to her that's not how everyone looks after birth and continue those sorts of dialogues.
Miranda Kerr for example is not typical of how most women's bodies bounce back after being pregnant, but we could hardly expect her to not take to the catwalk once she had her body back, just because she was blessed with those genetics that helped her spring back ridiculously quickly.
01-10-2016 19:59 #69
Living in Perth I know a lot of people who know or knew Bec Judd. They all struggle to say a bad word about her. By all accounts she's intelligent and entertaining. I don't get the hate at all.
01-10-2016 20:01 #70
The thing is, if a woman wants to go out in track suit then who cares. I am often out in sweaty gym clothes and couldn't care less. I feel awesome after a work out.
The problem is other women will judge because it's daggy. And that's the problem. Not what anyone wears. It's the judgment.
I dont know about other babies born via C-section but my c-section baby was covered in vernix.
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