"I can feel myself changing in the best way possible."
After losing 50 pounds five years ago, Jordin Sparks shared that she'd never felt sexier or more confident with her new curves. Now she's saying the same thing about her changing pregnancy figure.
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"It was so gorgeous outside today! It was perfect for a mini-shoot, I felt cuuute!!" Sparks wrote, alongside a series of fun photos flaunting her growing belly.
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It was so gorgeous outside today! It was perfect for a mini shoot, I felt cuuuute!! Lately, it's been like a chore for me to post anything. I'll open the app and have something ready and then say 'meh.' Lol I've really just been enjoying time with my husband and the fascination of this new life growing inside me. I can feel myself changing in the best way possible and I'm so grateful that I'm able to carry this little miracle. It is so beautiful, makes me feel so powerful and I love my new curves! Yassss! Mamas, what did you like BEST about your pregnancy? And for those who don't have kiddos yet, what are you looking forward to about it? ♥️🤰🏽#bumpin #momlife #andababymakesthree
Since announcing her pregnancy late last year, the singer has been taking a social media hiatus, explaining that posting all the time was beginning to feel like a "chore." "I'll open the app and have something ready and then say 'meh,'" she said, adding that she's just been enjoying her time with her husband and experiencing the "fascination of this new life" growing inside of her.
Sparks continued by sharing that she's felt herself "changing in the best way possible" over the past few months. (Here are eight steps to doing a digital detox without FOMO.)
Fans were quick to show their support for the first-time mom, noting how great it is to see her practice self-love. "Congratulations on being a true role model for my daughters to look up to in the industry and living life to the fullest," one user wrote. "You are so beautiful. Pregnancy agrees with you," said another.
This article originally appeared on Shape.com.