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Daphne Oz Opens Up About Realities Of Having A Baby: “There Is No Bounce-Back”

Oz shared a photo of herself on both Instagram and Twitter on Tuesday after almost two months of giving birth to her third child Domenica Celine.

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Daphne Oz took her social media and spoke out about the impacts on woman’s body after the process of having a baby. She basically opened up about the realities of having a baby.

Daphne Oz Opens Up About Realities Of Having A Baby
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Oz shared a photo of herself on both Instagram and Twitter on Tuesday after almost two months of giving birth to her third child Domenica Celine. She posted the photo of her body after baby along with a stirring message to fellow new mothers.

She captioned her mirror selfie wearing a black bra and underwear, “Seven weeks post partum, still looking three months pregnant.”

Oz who welcomed baby no. 3 with husband John Jovanovic on December 4, went on to say, “There is no bounce-back, it’s all onwards and upwards. every day has moments of total splendor and also a decent number of WTFs.”

“I especially want the new mamas out there to hear that, because we see so much of how glossy motherhood can be and not enough of how real 3D life is always complicated (and better for it),” Oz continued. “Your experience will be just right for you. prepare to be amazed by some things and horrified by others. Motherhood is as complex and wonderful as the woman.”

She was also active on social media and frequently shared updates on her growing belly during her pregnancy with Domenica Celine, including a nude selfie.

Mom of three — Philomena Bijou, 3½, Jovan Jr., 2, and, Domenica Celine — celebrated Domenica turning 4 weeks old earlier this month via sharing sweet mother-daughter moments from a recent photo shoot with PEOPLE.

She said, “Domenica is such a good baby, we got really lucky.” She added, “I have to say, this time around has been a crazy transition with three under 4 years old, but even more fun because John and I get to see how obsessed our older two are with their baby sister.”

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