I used to really hate going to the beach & swim because as an overly-conscious & insecure person that I am, I disliked showing my body that I thought wasn't good enough. I still feel this way from time to time. But everytime, I am always reminded that my body is my own, that I should always be proud of it & embrace every single flaws. I am tired feeling bad about myself & trying to change my appearance to justify this absurd standard of beauty to simply please everbody. So what if I have flabs? My torso is bigger than the other girls? I have a lot of stretch-marks? I have chicken skin? My back isn't soft and full of blemishes? I have so much scars? These don't really concern anyone so why should I bother about what they think of me? The moment I accepted, appreciated and loved myself more & started living my life only trying to please 'myself' that I finally became so much happier & contented with my own skin.
Lately, Aiyana has been throwing her diapers away after @tammie_83 and I change her. Once she's done, she claps just like she does after using her potty every morning. She's such a quick learner and just watches us, and before you know it, she's doing what we are doing. I finally captured her short journey to the trash bin 👧🏽👣⛹🏽♀️👏🏽 #proudparents#sheshootsshescores#monkeyseemonkeydo#aiyanasingh