One mom decided to move on after her pregnancy and not let women “bounce back”.
The mother of four shared photographs taken during and following her pregnancies. There was a clear favorite.
Keva Drawns, a parenting influencer (@kevadenee), has four children. One of them is a baby girl who was born last year.
In a recent video, she reminisces about her pregnancy and challenges expectations regarding motherhood.
Drawings wrote a message for her body in the caption while footage of her pregnant body was shown on-screen.
The mom was first seen in a lacy sundress and then in an autumnal long-sleeve. She was running her hands over the growing bump.
The next clip featured Draws touching her naked belly.
As she touched her pregnant stomach and her post-baby stomach, she had a peaceful, loving look on her face.
Drawns smiled as her gentle rubbed the stretch mark and loose skin left behind from delivery as evidence of her pregnancies.
Drawns wrote, “Dear postpartum physique,” in the caption. She was addressing her current self.
She said that she was astonished at her beauty then, and that you are even more beautiful now. Thank you.
Viewers were amazed by Drawn’s physique and her healthy attitude regarding her stomach.
Others, mothers and not, called her “stunning,” “gorgeous” or “stunning.”
One commenter said, “She had a LIFE in the body.” Mama, you are a proud woman. You look amazing.”
Another claimed that the mom’s body was flawless, not only because it could carry her four children.
She wrote, “It’s performed an universe-smashing job, but my God it’s beautiful also.” “Just look.”
Many trolls jumped out of the woodwork and said that the video made it seem like they wanted to have children.
Drawns was gracious to the criticism who even wrote “My biggest fear” as a comment.
She wrote back, “My greatest and most important accomplishment.”
Drawingns moms also discussed the topic of struggling with self-esteem after pregnancy.
“Thanks, sis. One mom wrote, “I lost confidence in my self,”
She said that Drawns also had the exact same postpartum physique as her, writing “This is how I look.”
Drawns responded to the loss of confidence in her mother by saying, “I totally feel you.” “I did too!”
All the mothers watching had great advice from her: Take it slow.
“If you take it day by day and do things that make you feel good, you’ll feel better,” Drawns promised.
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