A classic but nevertheless snippy. It seems like any woman who ever had a child is struggling with that "muffin top" plus jeans factor.
We can thank the reporters covering Kourtney Kardashian's post-baby bikini body for landing this one.
Pioneered by the wonderful folks covering Kate Middleton's pregnancy. The term has since been passed along to cover Reigning Queen of All Pregnancy Rumors Jennifer Aniston. No babies in sight yet but never too late to start harping on something. The post-baby headline looms "Why Hasn't Kate Middleton Lost Her Pregnant Face?!"
Don't forget the "f' word. Ever so slightly implied in some cases -- like Jessica Simpson.
I get the pride evoked in this term as opposed to "stretch marks." But when the media gets a hold of it, it can sound so backhanded.
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A snide, completely jacked up term to describe a woman with "lingering" baby weight. Another slap in the face reminder to race off the gym so that you're not the toddler mommy with the baby weight. Heaven forbid.
Can be cute in comparison to some of the aforementioned, but, again, don't trust it in the hands of the press.