Whitney Port Gets Brutally Honest About Gaining Weight, Her Vagina, & ‘That Line On Your Belly’ In Baby Diary Vid!

We LOVE how honest

Though she says she feels “a little superficial” for caring about this stuff, she’s just trying to be as honest as possible about her feelings and her fears.

Speaking to her husband, Tim Rosenman, who works the camera, she admits:

“Gaining the weight was really hard for me. I did not feel good about myself. I didn’t want to get dressed; putting together outfits for work or events or whatever I had to do, honestly just everyday stuff, was a stressful thing for me because I just hated how I looked.”

She adds:

“I thought a lot about if you were attracted to me and that was hard because I was never insecure before… Sometimes I’d be so crazy I’d put myself in your position and be like, ‘I wonder if Timmy gained 40 pounds and had, like, a huge basketball sticking out of his stomach if I’d still be attracted.’ And I don’t know!”

Whitney says she expected to be one of those moms who immediately bounced back and lost all the weight, but that she has not really been ready to try.

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Apart from being “softer” than she ever wanted to be, Whitney also takes time to talk about, well, her port. She explains:

“Having a vaginal delivery changes everything down there, and that’s something that’s really not discussed, like what it’s actually going to do and that there’s a really long recovery afterwards. And it’s painful and uncomfortable. And along with having to take care of a newborn, you also have, like, a whole other situation to take care of.”

That sounds so awful!

“I had a lot of anxiety about what labor would do to my body. Obviously don’t need to go into gory details, but as women I think that’s something that we think about. You’re pushing (for me) an 8 pound baby out of a little teeny hole. And not to embarrass you, but I was obviously concerned about what that was going to do to our sex life… If it would feel the same, if you would feel the same way about me.”

Whitney ends the video by asking some questions of moms who watch:

“When does that line on your belly go away? Because that’s bothering me, that happy trail line… Do your nipples go back to normal? Because that would be nice to know.”

See the entire vid for yourself (below)!

[Image via Instagram/YouTube.]

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Chapter 26: I Love My Baby But, I Wish My Body Didn't Have To Change

I feel a little superficial for caring about the fact that my body was going to change so tremendously from pregnancy and birth. When I first found out I was pregnant, I immediately panicked about not being in control of my body and it got increasingly harder to feel good in my own skin. I constantly had to remind myself that my body was creating something so wonderful, so beyond my comprehension or sensibility. Towards the 3rd trimester I started to become at peace with the weight gain and only cared about bringing a healthy baby into the world. And then it hit me...I’m about to push an 8 lb baby out of a teeny little place and produce milk out of my once awesome boobs! Yikes! Cue the panic again! In Chapter 26 of I Love My Baby, But...I Wish My Body Didn’t Have To Change, I discuss all the weird things that happened to my body, how I dealt with them, how Timmy reacted to them, and how I still can be secure and insecure about it at the same time. Yes, it’s a miracle, but it’s also INSANE! Would love to hear how you guys handled your body changes! Oh & btw- I allude to breast feeding being my friend in the video & what I meant by that is it has helped me lose weight quickly- but y’all know how that journey has been.😏 😘

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