By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Her ‘Imperfect’ Bikini Photo Sent A Hard-Hitting Message About Self Love.

Haddas Ancliffe knows all too well how much a woman’s body changes after childbirth. The Australian blogger is proudly posting photos of her stretch marks, saggy tummy, and uneven breasts on Instagram. The 21-year-old does not believe you need to have a model’s figure to look attractive.

“You don't stop looking good in a bikini once you have kids, you just look like a different kind of good,” explains Ancliffe. The young mom has also shared a photo of herself dressed up in a green gown, with perfect hair and makeup, for her sister’s wedding; all the while breastfeeding her son Jonah in public. Ancliffe seems to be breaking the perception of beauty one Instagram photo at a time.

Ancliffe is inspiring other moms to embrace their body and not get so worried about getting their figure back.

The Gold Coast, Queensland resident began posting photos of her "flaws" after a sales woman gave her some unsolicited advice how to tighten her tummy.

Afternoon laugh with my lover 💕 yeah I know my tummy is saggy but I don't care right now 💁

A photo posted by Haddas Ancliffe (@dahs) on

The mom admits she also has days where she feels down about the changes in her body. Nonetheless, she reminds herself and other moms how, "your child thinks you're the most beautiful person in the world."

Ancliffe shares how she has struggled with body dysmorphia, bulimia, and anorexia. She is on a mission to help other moms feel good about themselves and even encourages people to start taking selfies of themselves. "Not just shirtless, flexing selfies but pictures of your gorgeous faces and fresh outfits," says Ancliffe.

Making @oliverancliffe take pictures of me while I'm feeling cute when I should be cleaning up our room 😅

A photo posted by Haddas Ancliffe (@dahs) on

Got my stylist groove back 💁🏽 feeling like this is a real look

A photo posted by Haddas Ancliffe (@dahs) on

Sources: Huffington Post, dahs

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