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This Dad Just Proved That He Actually Understands Postpartum Body Struggles

"Whenever we're getting ready, I throw on a shirt and shorts and complain that Sarah's taking too long finding something to wear," starts a post to Facebook by Brad Kearns, owner of the DaDMum page. Couple banter over who takes longer to get ready is totally common, but the rest of Kearns's post delves into something much deeper than who stands in front of the mirror longer - it comments on his wife's postpartum body.
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