You know that you are beautiful? Seriously…I mean it. The only thing you need to do is believe and you will not regret. I know it’s hard to see that beauty because I struggle with that every day. Especially when I see celebrity Moms who looks like one million dollar. They have time to go to hairdresser, make up artist, they have manicure and pedicure and they always have
immaculate outfit. And me? I hardly have time to breathe.
Nowadays we can admire all showbiz Moms with amazing body straight after the birth. It can be a little bit depressing. I was fighting every day to get my pre pregnancy body back. It was really hard and I’ve made a lot of sacrifices. It takes time to realize that they have a lot of money. They can buy a fake beauty and they use Photoshop. Bigger boobs, slimmer waist, less wrinkles is not a problem for them. To be honest it’s easy to be beautiful if they pay you for it.
Should we believe that is true? For me what you see online is not real. We can see so many beautiful Instagram accounts. Moms with shiny, clean houses, beautiful nurseries without any scratch, selfies in a bed with coffee (do Moms have time for coffee?!). Don’t you find this a little suspicious? Because for me it is! I know that pretty pictures are very valuable because it makes you more followers but it’s not a real motherhood. What’s more people post what they want you to see. They will pick only the best shots. Do you have time to take a 10000 shots of one pose? I don’t thing so. We need to take care of our kids, prepare a dinner, do laundry, ironing etc. So sometimes ‘me time’ is like mission impossible.
Anyway I hope that most Moms have a brain and know that what they see in media it’s one big illusion. So please do not compare yourself to celebrities. You are beautiful inside and outside. Why I believe in it? Only beautiful people can bring into this world such an innocent and pretty creature-baby.
On the end I will share with you my favorite quote:
‘Don’t compare yourself with anyone in this world. If you do so, you are insulting yourself.’
— Bill Gates