Mom bod post: I feel the need to post this because I know there are mamas out there struggling with what is left of themselves after babies. I’m so use to holding myself to a certain standard of how I should look. But I’m still me and actually I’m a better me. I’m 6 months post partum and I’m still working on getting the 70 POUNDS!!! I gained while pregnant off. I’ve lost 52 pounds in 6 months. I regret the most that I didn’t work out during my pregnancy & if I do it again I will make myself do something active daily even if it’s mild. I get discouraged a lot when I see other mothers who are back to their pre baby weight and some looking better than ever but I keep telling myself to be patient with myself. I’ve put my body through the ringer being a professional athlete and I am in a different chapter of my life. I work out 3-4 days a week and I eat pretty healthy but still enjoy the occasional wine and pizza from time to time. I am present with my children. I spend time working on my soul, my mind, and myself image equally as much as my body. Im more balanced than ever and I enjoy life. If my body isn’t ready just yet I’ve learned that that’s okay. I’ll get there...eventually. (Side note to all my mamas who’s bodies are their business: much respect and keep doing you) After two kids..BIG ONES! And being 32 I’m pretty proud that I can still feel good about myself even if I’m not perfect. SO TO ALL THE MOMS OUT THERE: Love yourself and those beautiful hips, boobs, booty & whatever else kids left you with. Keep going at the pace that works for you and don’t compare yourself to anyone else. You did it. You created a human being & you worked hard on that little human. Find your balance because at the end of the day it’s not how you look but how you FEEL and it’s okay if you aren’t perfect. You are you and you are AMAZING! And if nobody’s told you today I LOVE YOU and IF YOU OPEN YOUR MIND YOU ARE CAPABLE OF ANYTHING ♥️ also you should know I took 10 pictures before I found one I was comfortable enough to post 🤣 everything’s always a work in progress.