Most of that will shrink up. We are conditioned by the media to expect perfect bodies, but the reality is that even media stars and magazine models get a little help by covering up their flaws, good lighting, good clothing choices, make-up, computer enhanced images, and even a bit of surgery. In real life women get stretch marks, have cellulite, etc. You don't ever see stretch marks in magazines, but I guarantee you some of those women, pretty as they are, also have them. They are just concealed or edited out. While it will never be the same, give yourself several months and a lot of that skin will move back to looking more normal.
ummm... maybe she lost a lot of weight fast after having the baby and has excess skin. you do stretch out. I don't know why everybody's having a heart attack and planning trips to mexico. that's kinda rude in my opinion. that's a real person going through this and she isn't the only one. if my stomach looked like that, I'd consult a physcian to see if I could get the skin removed or tightened somehow.
to any guy that said all that jerkoff stuff about leaving, ponytailing, or sleeping on the couch, way to be a supportive husband/boyfriend. what if your child's deformed after birth? are you going to leave it too? if you got this woman pregnant and her stomach ending up looking that, you need to be there for her and telling her she's beautiful and helping her find ways to fix it. she's already beating herself up for gaining weight and being tired all the time and having your kid's puke on her shoulder after burbing it. she knows she's not at her most attractive level, especially after pregnancy. she doesn't need you to remind her, ya know? I honestly hope you guys were just joking.