This Mom Slaying in a Bikini -- 'Saggy' Tummy & All -- Is Our New Style Icon (PHOTO)

Australian blogger Haddas Ancliffe has won our hearts by posting a jaw-droppingly gorgeous photo on Instagram which will make you love your post-baby body even harder than you already (should) do. 

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Haddas has been making headlines for this beautiful shot she shared last month:

Just me and my baby having a drink (Gotta do what you gotta do, wedding or not) #normalizebreastfeeding

A photo posted by Haddas Ancliffe (@dahs) on

But she's not just about the #normalizebreastfeeding movement -- she's also spreading body positivity through her Instagram feed.

Just as inspiring as her beautiful bikini photo is what she posts under it. 

#mombod �� Images of young women in bikinis flood our Instagram feeds daily. Sexual, near naked, provocative pictures that get a lot of attention and make other women who don't look the same feel inadequate. Well here's a different kind of provocative image for your feed. An image that says, my body is stretched, sagging and uneven but I'm still attractive. You don't stop looking good in a bikini once you have kids, you just look like a different kind of good. When your body no longer looks like the Instagram bikini model and you have a mom bod, be proud! Put on your bikini and belly chain, do your best Kylie Jenner in the pool pose and be proud that your child thinks you're the most beautiful person in the world... That's all that matters anyway. #motherhood

A photo posted by Haddas Ancliffe (@dahs) on

Images of young women in bikinis flood our Instagram feeds daily. Sexual, near naked, provocative pictures that get a lot of attention and make other women who don't look the same feel inadequate. Well here's a different kind of provocative image for your feed. An image that says, my body is stretched, sagging and uneven but I'm still attractive.

Preach, Haddas. 

I know it's sort of easy for her to say because she is stunning, but here's the thing: You probably are too. We are all so much harder on ourselves, especially on our bodies after having kids, than we should be. When moms post pictures like this, it should be a healthy reminder for all of us that we are all unique, we are all worthy of self-love, and we are all beautiful in our own way. 

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Haddas shares more photos like this on her Instagram page, and they're all gorgeous and inspiring:


I know (trust me) it's not easy to look in the mirror and love everything you see, but at the very least you should look in the mirror and do no harm. I once read that you should talk about yourself the way you would talk about your own kid. Would you call your kid fat or ugly? Didn't think so. Let's all try to be a little bit more like Haddas and love ourselves just the way we are. 

 

Image via dahs/Instagram 

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