Days after giving birth, I returned to work. Maternity leave-takers are slackers who should also go to the gym, according to me.


Women who take a protracted maternity leave are considered lazy, according to a MUM who returned to work only five days after giving birth.

Jaelyn Cox, 29, gave birth to her second child last month, and she intends to give her two young daughters the best life possible.


The model thinks mums should return to work quickly


However, she didn’t want to waste any more time sitting at home when she could be earning a lot of money in her career as a OnlyFans model and stripper.

She immediately returned to her job, against the advice of her boyfriend, and has no regrets.

And she’s urged other new mums to do the same.

“I believe those people are just lazy and looking for an excuse,” says Jaelyn.

It’s critical to avoid letting motherhood rule your life.

Every child deserves a content mother, and taking a break from your children is beneficial.

“I believe it’s critical to return to your previous life and settle into a regular work schedule.

“Letting ‘being a mum’ take over your life while you sit around the house will only make you depressed,”

Jaelyn has also insisted that mothers should schedule time to work on their bodies while caring for their infants.

She continues, “I believe that dieting and going to the gym the second week after giving birth are essential.

“And for your partnеr to sее promisе in your rеlationship oncе morе.

“Aftеr giving birth, many womеn indulgеd and gainеd wеight.

“Thеn, bеcausе thеy arеn’t thе samе pеrson thеy wеrе bеforе giving birth, thеir partnеr еnds up chеating on thеm.”


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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