A place where mom to be can come and relax. Take a break from the day to day stress with friends and vent, even ask those questions we need answers to. Come on in let's share our pregnant stories and announce the birth out our little miricals!
For all of you who have belly tattoos. Mine looked ok during my pregnancy and immediately after but now it's been 6 weeks since I've given birth, I'm almost back down to my pre pregnancy weight and it looks HORRIBLE.
Ouch.. I'm sorry. I don't have a belly tattoo but my back piece kinda wraps around to the start of my front side hips.. I've been using TONS of lotion and butters and even oils to help with them stretching... none so far but I'm almost half way thru and still a lot of growing to do... I just see someone today at 36 weeks with twins and she was HUGE! I'm scared now lol
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