4.13.2010

Wherein A Flat-Chested Girl Loses Her Identity


You are looking at BOOBS.

This is crazy stuff, people.

27 comments :

  1. I wish you could have heard the laughter that inspired. ;) Everything has it's upsides. (As if the bundle of joy wasn't going to be enough...)

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  2. Actually burst out laughing at my desk at work. Ummm mah. So much for stealthy blog reading! Congrats on the new assets. And can I just say, I love the fact that this post is almost entirely a shot of your boob region. Where else but Nat the Fat Rat...

    ...no really, where else! lol.

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  3. Looking good! I say get yourself some horizontal striped tops and make the most of the heaving bosoms!

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  4. Soooo funny! Congrats on the girl's "promotion."

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  5. Forget the boobs, I can't wait to see a little belly!

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  6. enjoy them now! the aftermath isn't as nice!!! (speaking from recent experience!)

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  7. Quite a shock, eh? Apparently pregnancy is good for more than getting a gurgly baby as the final product! Welcome, ladies...

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  8. I totally second ahh bear. Just wait til that first week after you give birth and your boobs swell up so big that A.) they hurt like a mother, B.) you get even bigger stretchmarks on them, C.) you discover they make bra cup sizes larger than a DD -that happened with #2 and #3, Once milk production stops eventually your boobs sag. Also, your nipple region will never be the same again AND you'll leak milk when other people's babies cry.

    Sorry...lol!

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  9. I bet The Holbs is happy!

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  10. Don't fear the aftermath... enjoy it while you got it! Things 'shaped' right back up for me later. A couple of cool stretch marks that look like a tiger clawed the bottom portion of one and thats it. Plus those have faded to nothing anyway.. so it is all good! I didn't start too small and no sagging so it is all relative. :)

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  11. Yep, my (and my husband's) favorite part about being pregnant. Oh, and those 2nd trimester hormones rock my (and my husband's) world as well!

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  12. I think the aftermath will be less traumatic for you. Those who were blessed with smaller assets (I say blessed because I was endowed with some rather large ta-tas) end up shaping right back up again! A good friend of mine with what I call "mosquito bites" has had 3 kids and is as "perky" as they come! Enjoy!

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  13. OK. Has anyone told you lately that you're nuts? Well, you are. In the best possible way, of course. ;o)

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  14. ok, i don't know how to say this and not come off lesbian...but how cute!

    it's very fifth grade, "dear Diary, Guess what I got today....BOOBS!!!"

    xoxo
    ~hl~

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  15. whoa whoa whoa heatherlynn...fifth grade?? maybe for some of us, more like summer after 8th grade? :) haha

    and nat, you are so stinkin cute. for reals. love ya.

    xo, em

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  16. whoa whoa whoa heatherlynn...fifth grade?? maybe for some of us, more like summer after 8th grade? :) haha

    and nat, you are so stinkin cute. for reals. love ya.

    xo, em

    p.s. you can delete the first one..sorry..i'm gettin all kinds of confused now :)

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  17. hahahahahahaha, thank you for the laugh this morning.

    I must say though, there are great benefits and "perks" to becoming a mother. I too was in the flat-chested club and was ecstatic about losing that identity for a little bit. Unfortunately, after the madness and craziness ends and the baby comes, your true identity comes back:-( SO embrace it as long as you can!

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  18. yay! boobies! I agree- lets see a belly shot!!

    xoxo

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  19. YAY for boobs! Does this mean I have to get pregnant to get some boobs?? Well, okay then. :)

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  20. Hooray! :-)

    (For you and for Holbs...that was my husband's favorite part. He looked forward to it when our second came along!)

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  21. same goes for me when preggers...and um, i have a love/hate relationship with them. my husband has not hate for them, so that is a good thing!

    congrats on the new girls! lookin good!

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  22. You are so funny! I am sure Holbs is thrilled right along side you. I do have to tell you, though, there are setbacks to boobs as well. When I was training for my marathon, I kept getting horrible blisters. I had mega bandaids all over them because of the rub. I went into a running store to see if I could get some help. The girl suggested the best running bra in the industry, which happened to be the very one I was wearing at the time. I was pretty sure I wasn't the only woman who was experiencing this. I finally asked what size she was. "I'm a B." She said. No wonder. No rub on bottom side or in between. I was kinda jealous, to be honest. Thank goodness for silicone sticks, or I never would have run that race. Enjoy them while you have them, but don't feel too bad about it if they go back down. You can look cute in almost anything! :D

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  23. Ah hah the boob fairy visited you! YAY...one upside to morning sickness LOL

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  24. If this were Facebook I'd totally be hitting the like button. Pregnancy, and everything that comes with it, really lets you know you're a woman, doesn't it? Enjoy those assets!

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  25. I'm with Charlotte, I can't wait to see your tiny body with the cutest belly! your going to be one smokin hot prego lady.

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  26. I'm so jealous! I just had twins and my 'twins' went from a very nice C to a frightening E!! What the! You cannot wear fashiony clothes in an E!!
    Kills me.

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