Thursday, October 11, 2007

Bra Blues

My breasts are so big at this point it is a huge task for me to wrangle them into a bra every day. I end up sweating and cursing under my breath. I am in denial about their larger size but when E walked into R's dance class yesterday and his eyes pooped out of his head upon seeing me, I can't deny it even more. Also? His "whispering" "your breasts are SO big today", in a room full of mothers, does not help.

Truth is I have always had an ample bosom, as my grandmother would say. I went from no boobs to a C cup in what seemed like months. I always was fairly proportionate so it wasn't a gross display. I am not one of those women who show off their breasts every chance they get either. I love a nice, supportive bra and believe me, I need a supportive bra. I can only hope I can find one that will expand with my ever growing boobs, but really can they get any bigger?
Wait!
Don't answer that.

I am too scared to know the truth.
Instead you can just find me lifting and stuffing, working up a sweat every single bloody morning.

8 comments:

  1. There ya'll go again.

    Not sure why women constrict themselves in such a manner ;)

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  2. Slick, unrestricted, they are not a pretty sight.

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  3. I understand your pain, up until a few months ago I was buying E-cups from the maternity store and it was a sad, sad thing. Now that I stopped nursing (yeah, it only took 22 months) I am hoping to shrink em down to an amount I can handle.

    No pun intended there...really!

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  4. I'm dealing with the exact same thing right now. I finally resorted to pulling out my old nursing bras from the last baby, even though I'm still six months away from needing to nurse!

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  5. Kristi5:22 AM

    HOnestly, I feel the same way. I hate my big boobs (44DD). I've started sleeping in sports bras and that's the best thing I've done for myself in years. If I don't feel like doing more than throwing on sweats and a tshirt I don't have to and I can just leave the sports bra.

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  6. Oh girls, E and DD cups? Eeishh.
    Terrible.

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  7. I've gone up a cup size since becoming pg. only beginning 2nd trimester tomorrow!

    we'll see how far I go. From what I recall from last time, this is about it.

    Hoping you can keep your girls under wraps without losing your sanity. Is this what we call the perks of being pg?

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  8. I swear by the bras sold thru the Title Nine catalog. With that being said, at 39, two kids later my 38D babies are a little worse for wear. The good news(according to my grandmother) is that they'll keep shrinking till I'm 80 and then be hanging around my knees.

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