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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

OAP Toolz Reveals What Changed About Her After Two Pregnancies

 

Popular on air personality Toolz Oniru Demuren has revealed what changed about her after birthing her two sons.......








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  1. I lost my feminine voice I now have deep agbero voice, bigger feet, kangaroo pouch, n hairy. I'm saving for a mommy makeover anyway, but the voice gets people attention, when I talk, people turn their heads n listen, shocked that such a fine face can be booming, hahahaha, if now made my boss put me in charge of addressing every client at meetings, opening speeches everywhere.

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    1. HahaHaha, why are you people like this? 😂😂😂

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    2. I thought I was the only one whose voice changed after birth. I just assumed it was from endlessly screaming at the kids when they are rough, which is always.

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    3. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 you na clown!
      Awwwww,I just like you!

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    4. 😂😂😂😂

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    5. Ah! Childbirth will do all this. God help me oh.

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    6. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632830 September 2020 at 18:42

      😆😆😆😆😆, your deep voice now work’s in your favor though.

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  2. I used to be smart, with a handful of degrees and certifications, but after having my children. Just 2 oh, I can barely remember dates,seems a part of the brain get lost with each childbirth. Always tired and worn out. But I am suppppperrrr grateful to God for them as I cant have it any other way.

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    1. Can it be child birth? I am now very forgetful I don't know why. I used to have everything in my memory but now... small thing I don forget😭😭

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    2. Awww, please get back to being the smart woman, your babies need a smart mommy

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    3. Chimuooo, so it's childbirth that did this to me? I'm soo forgetful these days. I also have two kids. Hubby is always yabbing me that I forget a lot. Na wah!

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    4. I can now stop worrying of my forgetfulness, we plenty for the same boat.

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    5. Me too I can't forget for Africa, it started since I give birth

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    6. Same here ooo. Was even trying to remember the day I gave birth!

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  3. I moved from size 10 to 14-16. I hardly get my exact size of jeans, but I thank God each day for them

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    1. From size 8 to 12, to 14 to 16.

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    2. From size 8 to 12. Very painful though but I know I can do it 🧘🏾‍♀️🏃🏽‍♀️🤸🏿‍♀️

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    3. From size 10-20! I'm working on it and I'm not pressurised at all.
      One step at a time

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  4. Cute blessings...

    My lengthy hair are shedding so fast. Thank God for His blessings.

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  5. Soo true.My stomach and my nose isn't quite the same again.

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  6. Take those kids off the internet
    🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢

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    1. Mind your business, Let people raise their kids how they deem fit.

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    2. 🤫do like this

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    3. Her kids: her choice. None of your business Anonymous 11:38 😏🥴🥴🐍

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  7. I added an inch to my height, my hair grew longer, from size 8 to 12, then 14, now 16, my feet grew bigger and forgetful sometimes. Now we are battling his to shed the excess weight.

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  8. I know it's not popular opinion I'm about to share but all this is scary!
    Deeper voice, thinner hair, memory loss, bigger feet?! I'm a size 43 on my feet already!

    Where's the joy in all this? Oh God, I'll do a makeover after childbirth. Isn't it sad? The body is never quite the same again? I'm scared, it's exasperating seeing women act like it's all cool and it brings them immeasurable joy. I don't understand and I don't like it.

    Is there no positive physical change? 😢

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    1. Elizabeth, you no find poking, that Na why you de para yearn.
      Imagine asking where the joy is.... it’s well
      May God forgive you

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    2. @ Elizabeth, your second paragraph, they act that way cos they don't want to be seen as bad mothers, you know our society na. Same reason they keep quiet about post-natal depression and other stuff.
      God help women. It ain't easy bringing life into the world.

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    3. The joy is in the little things of life...

      1. We went to the war front, came back alive with our bundle of joy(some never made it back, others lost their bundle of joy)

      2. They eat, play, talk and function properly without any health issues

      3. We see ourselves as part of creation (they are our mini-me's)

      All the thinning edges, baritone voice, expanded waistline, stretch marks, etc will change over time when we take adequate care of our bodies.

      As for forgetfulness, it will also change to a normal routine when we are less tired and can get a helping hand so as to rest properly.

      Thank you, Lord, for the gift of life, a happy home and a healthy family.

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    4. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632830 September 2020 at 18:52

      Awww @ ElizabethBathory, 🤗🤗🤗. Sometimes motherhood can become overwhelming and you may question certain things about it such as why you decided to embark on it in the first place. It is 💯 understandable and only makes you human. Reason why some women vow never to go through it so decide not to have children. On the other hand, it also comes with joys and positivity especially when you look at your kiddos. You’ll eventually find yourself with time. God bless ya.

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  9. I gave birth 3weeks ago, and I'm forgetful, I still haven't got the way I used to walk

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    1. Anonymous 13:16, you'll be fine. It's just 3weeks, enjoy every moment with your baby: they grow really quick and once that phase is missed, it's missed. So please enjoy the experience

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  10. I am a mother of two boys as well. I got bigger feet and now remember alot of things I was supposed to have forgotten. But here is my worry, I have always been a size 10 somebody and I am still size 10 after 2kids.
    PLZ I WANT TO PUT ON SOME WEIGHT TO ATLEAST LOOK DIFFERENT FROM MY SINGLE DAYS.

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    1. Hahahaha

      This happened to me too, i don't put on weight after childbirth, matter of fact i loose weight.

      After my last child, i lost so much weight, then i started eating every thing in sight and eating late night, i wake up to eat, my mouth was always moving.

      Trust me i added weight, i totally loved it but the trouble was my stomach, it got bigger😂

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  11. Just one child episiotomy destroyed my vj didn't even get to enjoy it well post child as i married as a virgin and huby was abroad..stretch marks, malesma, saggy boobs hope i have money one day to rectify them for me hubby doesn't seem to mind or pretends.

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  12. Having kids made me to add weight in the right places. Bigger boobs and bigger butt, I love the transformation 😍

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  13. The stretch mark on both sides of my belly,sagged boobs, big feet, from size 12 to 16.the weight is coming down though but all the same, l'm so grateful and happy. My babies really stretched my stomach but we move!

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  14. me i got bigger feet oh..i used to wear 41 but when i started shopping again, i would put my feet in 41 and it would now be like i wasnt sure of my size again..soi now do 41 half or 42..I am more forgetful now too

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  15. Kaị!
    We plenty ooooooooh, ndị forgetfulness🙆🙆
    But honestly,I am eternally grateful for my babies.
    God be praised!

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  16. I moved from a size 8 to 10/12, black spots from acne, stretch Marks and loose skin on my belly. I just want to lose weight and be as hot as when I was single. Sigh

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