This is very out of the norm for me. I’ve spent years of my life hiding in a coverup..pre kids. In my life when if I did think i had something to hide, it most certainly wasn’t then. This angle is flattering. I’m lumpy and saggy and my thighs are very large. I don’t look at all what my mind thinks I should look like. But y’all. You have to put the suit on. Get in with your kids. Have fun. Get your hair wet. Go out and find something your comfortable in. Not something you look like a super model in. I changed my bottoms after this because I just wasn’t feeling my belly showing the little that it was. I have the coverage *i* need to run and play and chase at the pool. And I know your thinking that suit doesn’t exist. But it does. Do not let something as silly as some skin or weight stop you from making memories with your babies. Please put the suit on and get in. . . . .
Sometimes, the best tickles comes from daddy! Wishing your week starts off with lots of soft kisses and giggles - Happy Monday!
📷 special thanks @oliya.ev for sharing this precious photo! ✨ Seating: Piper Recliner and Swivel Glider, $329
Throwback to when I first started taking the twins with me to @ymcatuscaloosa! They were still little guys and just crawling, but our YMCA child care experience has been great from the beginning. I love the attention and care they get and they have always seemed to have lots of fun there! Still, there’s nothing like the look on their face when I come through the door. 😍 #TwoChocolateFaces
I'm finally starting back up with piit after completing two rounds of 1.0!! I took a break from piit, and did more weight lifting, lots of stretching, and less hiit. The first exercise of 2.0 was a burner as anticipated! Killed me but in a good way 👌🏼❤️ #piitday29 : a photo of myself stretching.