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The body is incredible and what it’s capable of blows me away! 🙌🏼
So much has changed over the past couple of years.
I grew my third baby & my body grew with it haha - more so post baby my body went hello we remember you need fat storage for milk supply and just decided to develop bulk fat around my hips and upper thighs and cellulite haha 🤱🏻🤱🏻😂 i am a proud milkfactory
During my pregnancy I had lovely morning sickness, and fatigue to the point I was passing out next to my 14 month old in the playroom 😂 I lived off my herba tea otherwise who knows if I would have stayed awake long enough to care for my other two boys🤷🏻♀️😂😂 ahhh gorgeous memories 🤭
4 months after I gave birth I attempted to start my beloved running and dancing again and felt like I was in that dream where you’re trying to run away from the bad guy and you can’t actually run- your running on the spot 😂🙌🏼 I lost a lot of strength and energy.
Followed by putting my neck out 😂 dancedtoohard iwhipmyhairbackandforth
I’ve also suffered with something that has come from suffering with IBS since I was 8 which thank goodness I can control with my nutrition Plan! But it can leave me with huge flare ups/ bloating and I can’t run anymore
It was obviously well worth it all to have my happiest baby ever Christian, but getting fit and strong again was important to me so I could feel good, be happy and be the best mum I could possibly be to my 3 boys
In the beginning I felt as if I’d never get there - but I believed in myself, went into “robot mode” with my nutrition plan and just worked away at it. Focusing on what I COULD do not what I was restricted from doing, and just finding an alternative way
If you want to make a change with yourself it’s important to have your big goal in mind, but don’t let it overwhelm you. Focus on taking each day at a time. Be proud of each step you take towards your goal and stick at it. You WILL get there! 👊🏼😘
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