Mom records powerful message for other moms who shame her postpartum stomach: 'My body is

A TikToker is going viral for shutting down postpartum body-shamers — specifically moms who shame fellow moms — . and parents everywhere are applauding her powerful message. Mom of two, Kenia (@kreepyyy_), received over 150,000 views when she stitched a response to the question, "What's one question you hate being asked?". "'Why does your stomach look like that?'" Kenia asks in the video, posing as her body-shamers. "'Mine doesn't look like that. That didn't happen to me,'" she says, again pretending to be her critics. What Kenia finds most disturbing about these statements, however, is that they tend to be made by fellow moms. "I am not you. You are not me. My body is not your body... I didn't snap back like you did, and that's ok," she says. She concludes her video by powerfully stating, "Let's normalize stretch marks and postpartum bodies". Thousands of TikTokers jumped in the comments to applaud Kenia's videos. "Mom shaming sucks. Also you’re gorgeous," one user wrote