Now to the post pregnancy smap shot creating buzz and backlash online. The new moment posting the picture of herself just three days, three days after giving birth showing off her flat tummy. Now some... See More
Now to the post pregnancy smap shot creating buzz and backlash online. The new moment posting the picture of herself just three days, three days after giving birth showing off her flat tummy. Now some are saying she's sending the wrong message to other women. Bianna golodryga has the story. Reporter: Even the most fit n moms know how hard it is to shed pounds after new babies. This norweigian fitness blogger posted this picture tree days after giving birth. ? During the pregnancy, people told me that my body would never be the same. I wanted to show everybody that that's not entirely true. Reporter:26-year-old mom has the biggest fitness blog in norway. She posted this picture with the caption I feel so empty because she missed her baby bump. She says she was amazed how fast her body bounced back. Right after birth, like, three minutes after, I felt like myself again. Reporter: Now, this picture started a fire storm online. One woman writing, I can't believe this. One says it's inconceivable that we're in the same species. We have to realize that he should applaud the women who look great. But we shouldn't bash the women that can't achieve that. Reporter: This isn't the first time a post baby pic has started an uproar. Maria, mother of three, found herself playing defense after catching heat from moms for this caption, what's your excuse? She meant it as a motivat motivational tool. Reporter: She says the purpose of the picture wasn't to be cruel. I think all women should be proud of themselves regardless of how they look after labor. Really? So, she -- caroline apparently work out five or six times a week until she was 25 weeks pregnant. She said she didn't want to insult anybody else. This is her body and what happened to her. That was the best reaction shot ever. I always think with the adage that it takes nine, ten months to carry a baby. It should take that long the lose the extra weight. Or nine minutes. I have a friend that looks just like that after she has kids. Every time. Every time? We don't want to meet her. She has been delivering babies for ten years. She's never seen results like this. I was skeptical. I'm not going to call her a liar. The picture doesn't lie. It's very rare. Probably the kind of woman that never had a pinch in her life. That's not what most breast-feeding bras look like, fyi.
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