Mother of twins posts pregnancy marks and reports on body
Englishwoman Emily Marson gave birth to Arthur and Finley in October of last year. The twins were born 36 weeks after a difficult pregnancy, in which she was hospitalized at times due to dehydration. After four months, she began to accept her pregnancy and cesarean marks and made an exciting tale. In the post, she asks that mothers do not be ashamed of the body, since these brands do not define them.
The post was made to the Instagram account created to disclose photos and videos of the small ones, which are identical. So far, he has achieved more than 4,000 tanned and many comments of support. "Thank you very much for this post, I was thinking of taking them [the marks], since people think it's ugly, I've been affected by what people think of me, but now you just remembered how beautiful the scars and
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"Okay, it's a very personal thing, but now it's a very personal thing, but now it's a very personal thing, but now I have been home to two babies for 36 weeks and I have breastfed for five. "My pregnancy was not exactly easy with them wanting to come early, I was hospitalized sometimes with dehydration and early contractions, my body has gone through many, many changes.I am very proud to have carried these beautiful children and given them warmth and, most importantly, all the love that even I did not know I had. that I will have for the rest of Life is a small sacrifice for a lifetime of beautiful memories with my family. Your stretch marks do NOT define you, your scar does NOT define you, your sagging does NOT define you. You are incredible, you are a mother and the light of the eyes of your children. I want to share this to show the reality of our body. It's okay to not be perfect because in their eyes you are. "
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- No PMS or menstruation
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