I had a question a couple of days ago about how to lose lower stomach fat.
This time of year it's always difficult to answer, not because I can't tell you how but because I want you to put things in perspective.
To lose weight you need to be in a calorie deficit. You can't decide where you lose body fat from unfortunately and you have to be consistent with it. Weight training is going to help a lot too.
As women we tend to hold more body fat on lower stomach and thighs due to increased levels of oestrogen. We naturally have more body fat and it's unrealistic to try and aim for a six pack.
Especially after children we are going to look different, there's no point trying to get back to your 'old body' because you have a new body, it's not worse it's just different because you actually grew a human being.
Then throw in Christmas. Realistically you are going to be eating more food, working out less (probably) and drinking more alcohol than normal. So why try and compromise...