Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Can you miss something that was never really there?

So...my boobs...seriously.

As you are all probably more aware than you should be, I have never really had any boobs. OK, so I have boobs, but they are really tiny and always have been. Which has never really bothered me...I would like to fill out a dress better, but I like not having to wear bras all the time, and my boobs kind of fit me. I am tiny, so it seems appropriate that I also have tiny boobs.

Then I got pregnant and they got bigger. Then I had the babies and they got much bigger...like, almost full-sized real woman boobs! And that was fun...I made as much use of them as I could while I had them, knowing that they would go away.

Now comes the bad news about baby-related boobs...when they go away, they really go away. Like, they end up smaller than they ever started. And, when you don't have a whole lot to start with, well, it is a pretty depressing sight.

I may have to look into getting implants, although I think the surgeon would probably be really confused at my request to be "A small A cup"...

6 comments:

Nilsa @ SoMi Speaks said...

I've heard that about post-baby boobs. In fact, I was excited about that, because I've had big boobs for a while and could use less of them. Only, my boobs? Got bigger during pregnancy and have stayed big. Mother effers plumped up, as if I really needed that kind of help.

The grass is always greener...

Ally said...

That hardly seems fair! But I hear it all the time....oh well at least yours aren't sagging, right?

Ys said...

Hahahaha! Being 7 months pregnant right now I can totally relate to the "What the hell? I have HUGE boobs now!" I personally can't wait for them to get back to a more managable size. I never knew boobs could be heavy and get in the way so much!

Kari said...

My best friend was all excited when she was pregnant with her first baby -- she kept saying that now she would finally have "real sized" breasts -- except that it never happened, they stayed the same size (and she claims they shrunk after she stopped breast feeding!). So if you find a surgeon to do the small A cup implant -- let me know and I will send her the info :)

Lisa said...

the grass definetely is greener on the other side.. I'd love to give you some of what I'm carrying around all day ;)
But I still feel for you, that must be a weird feeling, having to let those boobs go. Hope you find that surgeon who doesn't scoff at you for wanting an A-cup :)

Mrs. Adventure said...

I've never heard of this post baby boob issue and how you have me on the floor crying, worried and drinking. Nah j/k but I am a little worried :o) missed you friend.