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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

warning! adult content ahead...

actually, it's not really "adult" content, it's hardly even PG-13, but, i didn't want anyone shocked, when they read the word boobs!

anyway, i figured there's no better place to make a big announcement, this way EVERYONE can see & read it. yep, that's right, a BIG announcement is coming. i thought you all should know that it's official... after two kids, i no longer have boobs. not that i was heavily "stacked" prior to having children, but at least i didn't have indentations, like i do now. seriously?! what's up with this. i had heard rumors that this type of thing happened, but i brushed it off as "mothering myths". i guess i was wrong! so what's a girl to do? i have no problem with a little "surgical enhancement", but it's not exactly "in the budget" these days. in the mean time, am i going to have to resort to bra stuffing, like i did in junior high?

14 comments:

The UnMighty said...

Mmmmm boobs. Scientifically speaking, I think this is a topic that should be explored further.

kathryn said...
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Kloth & Bolt said...

you are too funny! i just had a similar conversation with a friend today! where did they go! -kb

Leslie said...

you think it's bad after two . . .

:)

Stie: My Favorite Things said...

Yeah, Leslie is right. You think two is bad? Three will steal any remaining bosom you had left. I didn't wait around to see what four would do - I just stopped having kids.

And I would highly recommend a trip to Victoria's secret. Get thyself an excellent water bra until you decide if you want 'that' surgery (which is a piece of cake and so worth it, BTW). Give me a call when you're ready for it. I'll give you the real scoop.

kathryn said...

i'm always on the lookout for a great push-up bra to keep my girls in place and not all the way "down to there".

caroline said...

you seriously crack me up.
i'm the opposite, i welcome the shrikage if that is what you call it. but, i don't welcome the saggage...ha ha

Stevens girl said...

I can relate. I have friends who grew and never shrunk after and wished they did. I hardly had anything to begin with and now I'm in your vote. Although I wouldn't do the surgery. Too much money for something that really isn't important. I agree, get the water bra.

Laura B. said...

I have a strong testimony of the Water Bra. I wore one faithfully through college. Upon getting married, I retired it. My husband's frank exclamation of "I've been deceived!" is proof that it works wonders!
Rest assured...you're not the only one!

Lynn said...

http://www.bravobrapads.com/small.cfm

I like the triangle ones. :)

Rochelleht said...

I'm with Leslie. It gets worse and worse. I was a nice lovely 36 B when I got married. I can barely fill a 32 A now. It is soo soo sad.

Raesha D said...

You should totally go for it!! I had the opposite problem:) My reduction was one of the best things I ever did for myself:)

Laurie said...

HA HA! After 5 kids my mom's got bigger. So she assured me mine would stay in tact - oh no! At least there are things we can do about it. ;)

Marty said...

This is kind of like "coming out." Mine have come and gone over the years. My mom always looked very trim and she said it was because she was flat. She said Dad thought it was sexy!