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Baby Body (:

Before I was pregnant I didn't have much of a butt and I had chicken legs, now that I'm pregnant I LOVE my butt legs and thighs. I heard a lot of women loose it after pregnancy but I don't wanna loose any of it in those body parts just tone them and try and make my waist smaller. Do any mommies have tips on how to keep it but loose belly weight?
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drink proteinfor women and work out. eat more eggs, steak, chicken, bread, and pastas. drink lots of water
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Omg! I'm so happy to hear that another mommy actually likes her pregnant body! I see and hear a lot of negative stuff about body image and I useally feel bad for saying that I am loving my body right now! I have two months left and I've gained 9 pounds so far so that coukd be why but I was so small before that I like being a little more on the thicker side! I think all mother should embrace their body pregnancy is so beautiful. Although at times I understand that it doesn't feel like it. Especially during the first and last few months
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I know ! I weighed 94 lbs before I was pregnant, I didn't look bad but I was never able to gain weight, now I'm 34 weeks at like 130 but it looks good with me lol I actually look my age now not like I'm 12 anymore lol  I don't wanna loose it
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I also love my butt and thighs since being pregnant. Im almost a month PP and havent lost much of either! I have however lost my tummy TONS since than. I agree with the above commenter^ (:
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