Depends how you define 'nothing' ♥
Let's not get it mixed up, here. She's not in a bikini on the cover of a trash magazine, she's pushing a shopping cart. She gained a seemingly modest amount of pregnancy weight, and is breastfeeding and doing yoga. This picture is not surprising to me.
I lost most of my baby weight in the first month too. I fully attribute it to breastfeeding, because I surely was not dieting, and stroller walks were the only form of exercise I was doing. It doesn't mean that my (or her) body is in its pre-baby form, it just means she can wear jeans and a t-shirt without a visible belly.
This argument seems like a lose-lose situation. Give the girl a break.
I agree! Good for her!
It was so weird to still have that belly after the baby was born and we never see that on public figures.
Did it surprise you when your belly was still there even though the baby wasn't?
Some might initially say that becoming a mom made them more tired, realistic, thankful, but Pink's is a really unique answer.
What did becoming a mom make you 'more' of?
If you could go back and tell your new mom self something, what would it be?
I'd tell myself to ask someone what I can do so that I wasn't crying over my pump every day.
(And if I'm mastering time travel, I'd go a little further back and tell my pregnant self to get better maternity clothes. Looking back, I only liked maybe half of them.)
My little one is almost 4 months old (10 days to go). Too early for teeth? She has been sleeping through the night until last night. Up every couple hours for no reason other than wants Mommy or Daddy. Miserable when awake. She is usually such a good, happy baby. Has the runs after she eats but no fever. Thoughts? Maybe you can give me some insight? Please? I'm losing my mind here!
And Anna Farris! (Weird weekend for celebs giving birth!)
Snookie's a mom. Digest that reality...
Awww, baby! (Mom forgot to button her pants though...)
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