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‘I Lost My Edges Because Of Breastfeeding’ – Kenyan Singer, Kambua Speaks Postpartum Struggles

Postpartum experiences are nothing new by now but what makes it different is the different impact it has on every mother and how the story is told differently.

Gospel singer, Kambua has her first baby and it has been no different for her. Body changes that you never saw coming and especially the baby pouch many wish to work on.

For her, her body might not have changed as much after all, because she can still fit into one of her pre-preggers dresses.

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However, Kambua goes ahead to reveal that she stretched in many ways and she thanks God for it all.

The crux of the matter is fact that the beauty had to undergo a CS for the successful delivery of baby Nate.

Recovering from it is not a joke! I have chosen to be kind to myself. Giving myself the time I need to heal, and also to nurture my toto.

She lost her edges because of breastfeeding but she believes it was worth it all.

I haven’t even told you about the edges I’ve lost because of breastfeeding! But I have no regrets. It’s all been worthwhile.

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Just look at this phone! The #OPPOReno2F is such a beauty 😍 Also, we are at the OPPO store! Come on out guys💃🏾. I'm curious to know how many of you here are OPPO users?💁🏾‍♀️🤳🏾 . . . 👘@vivo_woman 💄@naserianne_mua

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For now, her ´toto´ is her main focus. She will think about diets and workouts come 2020.

Next year I will think about diets and workouts. (That baby pouch will need to go)😅. But for now I’m counting my blessings, enjoying the chubby cheeks and snug clothes lol.

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Being a mother, Kambua pleads with fans to be kind to friends who are gracing that postpartum stage because ´snapping back´ to your earlier body shape is not as easy as ABC.

Also, please be kind to your friends postpartum. There’s SO much pressure to “snap back”, without considering that being alive after birthing a child is a miracle in itself.

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This is me thanking God that I can fit into one of my pre-preggers dresses🤣. My body has changed ALOT and I am embracing it all. I stretched in ways I never knew were possible! Isn't God amazing? And then went through a CS (story for another day). Recovering from it is not a joke! I have chosen to be kind to myself. Giving myself the time I need to heal, and also to nurture my toto. I haven't even told you about the edges I've lost because of breastfeeding! But I have no regrets. It's all been worthwhile. Next year I will think about diets and workouts. (That baby pouch will need to go)😅. But for now I'm counting my blessings, enjoying the chubby cheeks and snug clothes lol. Also, please be kind to your friends post partum. There's SO much pressure to "snap back", without considering that being alive after birthing a child is a miracle in itself. Watu wa, "umenona", please have several seats over there —–> . . As always, nawapenda 💛 . . 📷@tarrelgraphy Hair: @mbairecathrine . . #mamanate #shallwetalk #postpartumbody #breastfeeding #newmom 🤱🏾

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