Do you mean at the front below your pubic bone kinda area? If so, I dont know abuot others, but I have a few light stretchies in that area.. so I guess it stretched at some point! Maybe once baby starts moving down in preperation for birth? I wouldn't say it is enough to have destroyed a tattoo tho!
altho they look stunning.i would never get one there untill i had the children i wanted,
personally id never risk it incase it stretched,tattoo is for life,my mates one stretch and tbh it looks awful xx
Maaybe2010, i have been designing tattoos for 24 years and my advice to you is to wait until after you have had your children, as you have no idea if you will develop stretch marks , if you have it done before and develop stretch marks they will alter the tattoo and believe me it dont look pretty. Well thats the professional advice. I have lots and i mean lots of tattoos im 55% covered and have one down my stomach and am looking forward to seeing that grow as i dont get stretch marks ( i have two daughters 18 and 16), so im lucky but not everyone is . Good luck on what you decide
I got my tatto on my left calf for most people the claf area doesnt stretch out =D i plan on getting another on the other calf with my daughters names in it and if i manage to get pregnant again and go full term the babys name will go there to =D i literaly fell asleep when my friend did the left one i felt no pain at all there =D i agree with everyone else tho hun it will probly stretch in that area so if you want one there wait till you have all your kids
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