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10 Of Ashley Graham’s Most Honest Quotes About Motherhood

From postpartum hair loss to leaky boobs, the mom of three boys has been candid through it all.

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Ashley Graham is officially a boy mom to the power of three. She and husband Justin Ervin welcomed twin boys on Jan. 7, making 2-year-old son Isaac a big brother twice over. Just two years into motherhood, she has already found her stride.

Now that I gave birth and I did it naturally and I felt everything, I feel like there's nothing I can't do.

So you hear how hard it is, but you can't fully understand what it's like until you're lying in bed, in the middle of the night, listening to your baby scream while your boobs are leaking everywhere. It's really sexy.

I'm so lucky to have my mom and my in-laws and Justin pitches in. I have to really schedule out my time, which is how I'm getting my work done.

I think it was like around four months, my whole hairline fell out. That was more traumatic than even birth because I was like, ‘My hair’s falling out in clumps — what am I doing?’ And then I realized it’s actually a thing.

It feels like just yesterday that we met. But at the same time, I also can't remember what life was like without you. Watching you grow and learn has been the greatest gift.

Momma knows best ... and you can use that line too whenever you get unsolicited advice from a stranger or a family member or someone that is a neighbor and you don't even like!

Due dates are just a suggestion, babies will always come on their birthday

Being a parent, a lot of it is trial and error. Looking for help, building up confidence along the way and just having enough confidence in yourself that Mom and Dad know what's best for the baby. And forgiving yourself along the way.

The biggest lesson that I've learned as a new mommy in quarantine is flexibility; how to roll with the punches and how to really find joy every single day.

No one talks about the recovery and healing (yes even the messy parts) new moms go through. It's been tough.