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Monday, April 01, 2019

UK Based Nigerian Journalist Vivien Wehweh Shillinglaw Flaunts Her Post Baby Scars..

UK Based Nigerian Journalist Vivien made this post to celebrate her beautiful scars and Motherhood..........And to also show that not going under the knife to change the changes that comes with childbirth is also OK ........

Motherhood ROCKS and those of you who dont know will know soon!!!!







She wrote on Facebook....

''8 months after my Little One, still can’t get rid of my discolouration underneath   my stretch marks. .......Stretch marks, wobbly tummy, weak bladder and the rest are evidence that I brought 3 Little people into the world. I call them my battle scars which I am so proud of because they remind me of my journey to motherhood. 

Loving every moment of it and won’t give it up for the world. Love my post pregnancy body. Happy Mother’s Day to every mother out there and the ones hoping to become mothers. #thank you mothercare for giving me the courage to do this. #Love your post pregnancy bodies''





WOW:.......Thank you for doing this Vivian...Your scars are Beautiful!

39 comments:

  1. Chai. God pls help me when the time comes, i dont mind a big tummy, but let me not have strechmarks on my tummy, amen.

    My mum's stomach is smooth after 5kids, God pls let mine be the same. Amen

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    1. @Aboki Nyarinya
      The way you dey take shak (for Friday nderi)like shark, ya own fit be Blackey.
      Ya mama go smooth na, she dey shak?
      She dey commot for house friday night go shak come dey drunk?

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    2. If you don't want stretch marks on your tummy, apply olive, coconut,kernel vitamin E oil ,shea butter on your tummy religiously from the first month. It works wonders (at least it worked for me)

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    3. @Aboki Nyarinya
      But no be me dey worried about my own tummy na?
      No be me type am for blog?
      If you no wan take corrections to allay ya fears na you sabi
      some of us don go this road multiple times and get experience you hear?

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    4. Use Shea butter. It works wonders. I am on the big side, had my kids back to back and no stretch marks. Shea butter is the answer

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    5. I am going to so mix all the oil next week. I'm only a few weeks gone but have been told to start early so I dont have stretch marks even though I dont mind the marks. 10 years TTCing no be joke. God is great

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    6. NOTE: I meant pick one out of the listed oils and use. Don't use all at a go,make sure you apply daily

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    7. Amanda can you use them interchangeably?

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    8. Thank you Amanda love, I'm screen shotting for future purpose

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    9. I don't think using oils works for everyone.my sister used oil and still had stretchmarks.I on the other hand didnt use anything and I don't have any stretchmarks at all.Maybe because my bump was very small until delivery.

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    10. Ms Aboki, I am presently pregnant and EDD is infact this week. I do not have one stretch mark on my belly and what I can advice is that you should first of all never scratch when you get itchy on your belly, just run with your palms but sincerely I didn't get much itch except when I gently pat down my baby when I get kicks and strong movements.

      On the other hand, I started very early in applying Genes Vitamin E cream and using Lactic Acid lotion (Amlactin precisely) on my belly every day from 4 months.

      Genes Vitamin E cream after my morning shower, and Amlactin, then Vitamin E over it after my night showers.

      My mum had 4 kids and has a very stretchmark filled stomach.

      Good luck.

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    11. Motherhood ROCKS and those of you who dont know will know soon!!!!

      Amin oo and thank you for your kind prayer, SDK.

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  2. Wow, this just made my day. Sometimes I feel so insecured of my body but when I see my little one I feel so complete ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜˜motherhood is the best feeling in the world

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  3. Your scares are beautiful so natural unlike some people after going through the knife, they will be shouting my 2months snap back. Snap back bend una left nipple lie lie people

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    1. This is insensitive...Women that gives birth through the knife are all not doing it for cosmetic reasons. Some do it because their lives depend on it. So if they don't have natural scars like others, they should'nt be ridiculed or laughed at... All types of childbirth scares are beautiful..you snap back now or in several months or you never do, my sister you are beautiful and blessed!

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    2. Your level of comprehension is so poor, DAMN! She is talking about the likes of celebrities who lied that they snapped back after 2 months after exercises, while we all know they go under the knife to make it happen. KAPISH?

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    3. 14.09 I think you misunderstood Arsenal...she's not talking about those who have birth through CS na. Just calm down

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    4. Anon 14:09 you didn't read what first lady wrote well.. so quick to jump to conclusions..

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    5. Smh at 14.06...do even know the scars you're talking about?.. just come and delete this yo comment abeg

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    6. She is talking about those that go for liposuction just after giving birth not cs. Calm down.

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    7. This one obviously failed comprehension class.

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    8. Shes referring to those that go under the knife... child birth through CS ofcos leaves scars.

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    9. Madam anonymous, she is talking about those going for lipo and bbl then come on social media to lie to us that they did exercise, she isn’t talking about CS....

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  4. Somethings are meant to be covered with clothes.
    Allow private parts to be private.

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    1. Belle too na private part? Oh church!

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  5. Each Mallam with their own kettle. Everything is now a contest. If you are okay with it, cool. Those that are not are free to do as they please. We must also know that the scars differ from person to person. Some scars aren't visible and some don't even have any scar to show which doesn't make them less of a mother.
    We will wake up one day and will read that she decided to do something about it Afterall .
    I'm a mom to the glory of GOD with no 'battle scars' but the emotional, physical and sometimes spiritual battle of raising children are daunting on their own.

    Bringing everything to social media is becoming a headache.

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    1. You just said everything I was fixing to say. Thank you!

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    2. exact sentiment, anon. upvote!

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    3. You should quit being sensitive especially if you can't identify with it. She did not say anything about not having a scar, she is telling women like her not to feel ashamed about their bodies, be confident, why is it bothering you? Allow people who identify with her feel good about themselves. It is all in your head and your self esteem. you could have just pass and go if this does not talk to you. It is like someone who was fat and decided to lose weight, talk about it and advice other fat people to lose weight and one fat person will come and say, not everyone can shed the fat,it is not a contest blablabla aunty, who forced you nah?Just just you said people are free to do as they please, allow her to also be free to do and post what pleases her.

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    1. You should quit being sensitive especially if you can't identify with it. She did not say anything about not having a scar, she is telling women like her not to feel ashamed about their bodies, be confident, why is it bothering you? Allow people who identify with her feel good about themselves. It is all in your head and your self esteem. you could have just pass and go if this does not talk to you. It is like someone who was fat and decided to lose weight, talk about it and advice other fat people to lose weight and one fat person will come and say, not everyone can shed the fat,it is not a contest blablabla aunty, who forced you nah?Just just you said people are free to do as they please, allow her to also be free to do and post what pleases her.

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    2. 14.55 calm down

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    3. Seriously, calm down. I was going to respond but let me let it be cos you clearly did not understand what I wrote.

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  7. Some people like me are just fortunate, after 3 vaginal deliveries, no stretch marks or discolorations, snap back game 100percent, very flat tummy,I'm indifferent about it, but people don't let me drink water and drop cup "oh my, how did you do it" " wow" " what did you use" , I just look at them and say nothing..some just eye me as if I'm lying.
    Funniest thing is the snap back is not immediate, I add weight and have black tummy immediately after delivery even for almost a year while breastfeeding,but after weaning I gradually loose weight and go back to being me. The only thing is I'm naturally a light eater, don't eat heavy, not an eba person. Prefer semo and poundo ,but I can eat junks for Africa, ice creams and Pepsi, chocolates too,na me be number one, some are just lucky.

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    1. It's not about the weight of the food, it's the calories. And icecream plus chocolates are high caloric foods. You just happen to have high metabolism that God gifted you through your ancestors. You're good to go but please be sure that there's no diabetes among old people in your family.

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    2. Nope no diabetes and I check my sugar level from time to time. Infact one time they said it was low,.I was like whaaaat? Probably because I'm very active having to chase 3 boys under the age of seven around almost all day..so I guess that's my own way of burning the sugars

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