I know this is sooooo NOT important in the grand scheme of things, but I am stretching again and I am noticing more and more stretch marks, especially above and below my belly button. i'm oiling and creaming multiple times a day and am just super prone to them, and i know it's a small price to pay for a beautiful baby, but arrrrrgh, why???! i mean, i am so covered in faded stretch marks already from my daughter that i figure by the end of this pregnancy i will be just be ONE GIANT STRETCH MARK. Grrrrrrrrr! :p
Same here. It ***** but oh well. I can't wait for my baby girl to be here :) I got horrible stretch marks with my son but I already made my husband promise that when we are done having kids he has to buy me a tummy tuck so I can get rid of them lol.
Ugh!! I know im almost 36 weeks and im starting to get a few small stretch marks below my belly ): This is my first pregnancy!(: Oh and cant believe it cuz my mom that had 4 kids including me she doesn't have no stretch marks at all.!!
@FactoryMomma: albino watermelon, LOL! That's precisely what I looked like, too! Except right now I'm starting to look more like a cherry candy cane.
@MommyJeep: a tummy tuck would be nice, cuz let's not pretend that these amazing babyboo's don't make a mess of our bellies! Thankfully though, they are worth it. ;)
@MissBeauty: I know your frustration well! All of the women in my family, including my mom (3 kids), aunt (4 kids) and cousin (4 kids) didn't get any stretch marks. I'm the only one who was basically shredded by my baby girl!
With my son I used tons of lotions and oils and got really bad stretch marks anyways. This time around I'm not wasting my time or money. I surrender. It's not worth the fight. Every woman in my family gets bad stretch marks so I'm done fighting a losing battle. My mom ended up getting a tummy tuck and she has a faint scar from hip to hip that is hidden by her underwear or swim suit so hopefully my husband will come through on his promise and let me get one too lol.
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