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An Australian mom blogger, has been praised for its brutally honest post, in which she candidly spoke about body image and the turning of the morning, and have sex with her husband.
Jessica Hood, a mother of four, took to Instagram last week, in an unedited photo of herself to show off her stretch-marked belly.
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“Here is a realistic image of a woman waking up on a Sunday morning,” Hood said. “My husband has been wanting morning sex and I just want to stuff my face with crunchy bacon, while the [browse my news feed.”
She added: “I have already told you that I can hear my kids fighting on the other side of the door, demanding food, and [Separately?]”
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Rather than placing a camera-ready, picture perfect, Hood argues, is that they prefer to give it to her, more than 51,000 followers to a “game of the people don’t want to see you.”
“The parts that are cringeworthy,” she added.
“What can I improve on how I use this wonderful picture of mine, mine,” Hood said. “I have become pregnant 4 times, given birth to 4 amazing people who are covered by the [expletive] out of my body and made me crave quarter pounders and a chocolate cake.”
Instead of caving in to pressure to change her body, the Hood said that she would rather embrace it with all its imperfections.
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“It’s amazing,” she said. “I was born into this world with a [blank] canvas, and now it’s full of stains and marks is to let you see how much I have loved and lived in!”
Followers are to be welcomed, this Slot’s full post, and to thank her for the liberating message of self-acceptance.
“In the sea of new year resolutions, and body, goals, counting calories and changing your life today with this post and says, “hey, you’re enough,” one Instagram follower commented.
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“Healthy is the new fit, and appearance does not always correspond to the human body, therefore, it is important for us to provide an array of inspiration, as is your beautiful body,” she said.
“Love the way you use your body, because that is what all mom’s want to feel,” another wrote. “We’ve been here for a short time, enjoy it while you can. Enjoy that bacon, in their own, well-deserved.”