All hail this superhero of a mom, who welcomed three kids in the span of 11 months and still has the most refreshing attitude about her post-baby body.
Eliza Curby welcomed a beautiful baby girl in January 2016....and just six weeks later, she was pregnant again. With twins.
Curby welcomed all three of her children in just under a year, and as you can imagine, all that stretching and growing changed her body in some pretty profound ways. But who cares? She has three amazing little babies to show for it, and the mom understands that means her postpartum body is worthy of celebration.
She's sharing a photo of her belly on Instagram, and the body-positive caption she included will have you cheering.
Just because.. Because I'm not embarrassed of the scars my body now carries. Because I'm proud of what my body has done for me. Because many women feel the need to hide it. Because famous women post "look at my body just three weeks postpartum" and portray unrealistic images of what it means to be a mother. Because I feel beautiful in my own skin - even if there's alotttt of it! Because beauty takes many forms. Because I can. Because you should also be proud. This is me... because I love my body. : : : : : #twinmum #twinmom #twinning #twinboys #twingenuity #threeundertwo #threeinonemum #threeunderone #twinpregnancy #twinpregnantbelly #pregnant #pregnancy #pregnantbelly #postpartumbody #realbody #motherhood #motherofthree #postpartum #proudmum #loveyoubody #loveyourbodyweek @women.of.treign #stretchmarks #bodylove #baby #babybump #babybumplove #beproud #realshit #berealwithme #honesty
"Just because..Because I'm not embarrassed of the scars my body now carries. Because I'm proud of what my body has done for me. Because many women feel the need to hide it," the mother of three writes alongside the photo. "...Because you should also be proud. This is me... because I love my body."
The mom is in fantastic shape, but Curby's photo shows loose skin, which pretty much all new moms can totally relate to. This is the kind of shot you won't see in movies or on TV: There's no airbrushing, no strategic posing, no alteration of any kind. It's just a real, raw photo of what so many moms really look like after they give birth. And it's gorgeous. What do you think?