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Stacy Molter

Lives in: Simi Valley
Kids: 12 year old twins, 7 year old, 5 year old
Stacy is the owner of LA’s family-fun lifestyle blog, Fancy Shanty, where she shares her experiences homeschooling her four children, raising multiples, supporting her two children living with multiple food allergies, and helping her children with special needs thrive. Her nights are spent on the little league field watching her four children play the only sport that makes those making those who matter most, matter. Somewhere between wrangling her four children (twins born in 2008, a boy in 2010 and their first girl in 2012), her dogs (an adorable little Yorkiepoo, and a crazy and lovable Catahoula Leopard Dog) and her husband (a feisty red-headed Spaniard), she still finds the much-needed girl time for a glass of wine while crafting or creating a new, delicious recipe.
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While family means everything to Stacy, she also recognizes the need to recharge and reboot. When her family is not at the little league field, Stacy loves getting lost on some of LA’s most stunning hiking trails to catch a breathtaking sunset.
Stacy Molter, Postpartum, Liposuction

What do I need to prepare for cosmetic surgery?

Congratulations! You've made the decision to have the cosmetic surgery you've always wanted to have and embark on an amazing journey to look and feel better. While this is an exciting experience to go through, you can make the best of this major lifestyle change with a few important preparations before surgery day.
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I was excited to learn that cosmetic surgery can also repair my c-section shelf ridding me of the loose, sagging abdominal skin that I hate so much. Learn more below about how plastic surgery can help get rid of the c-section shelf, and see if cosmetic surgery is the right solution for you.
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Stacy Molter, Postpartum, C Section

When will my postpartum belly go away?

Now that our kids are older and more independent, I decided that this is the year to explore cosmetic surgery as an option to correct the damage and postpartum belly caused by first being pregnant with twins, and then having three c-sections. While I'm not looking for a quick solution to get rid of my pregnancy pooch, I am looking for a solution to correct the two problems diet and exercise alone won't help; diastasis recti and c-section shelf.
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