These brutally honest photos have been shared to help new mums embrace their figures and understand it's "okay to hate the way they look” after giving birth.
Chantelle Donnelly posted the pictures online of her own post-baby body which she called "disgusting".
And she wrote on Instagram, women shouldn't "have to feel great" about the way they look.
"Why should I have to love my body? Because it grew two humans?
"Yes, I'm very proud of my body because it's been through so much in the last few years," the mum posted.
"But does being proud of my body mean that I have to love the way it looks? Hell no. When I look in the mirror I don't love what I see, but I'm not sad about that.
"You don't need to feel pressured into loving your body and it's OK if you don't. Love your body? I'm so happy that you do.
"But don't love your body? That's alright too."
But the blogger stressed it is "absolutely fine" to hate all these things and mothers don't need to pretend not to.
Readers have admired Chantelle's honesty and posted their support on Instagram.
"Your body is not disgusting - it is beautiful and amazing," one woman wrote.
"I fully support this," said another. "Posting pictures of my body is something I could never do. You are beautiful for that."