Tuesday, July 19, 2005

My Rack

I was never a particularly attractive person. Always been chubby,and while I never had to wear a bag over my head in public, I was nothing spectacular. I did have some good features that seemed to balance out my mediocrity. I was the proud owner of the best rack in P-town. A solid C-cup, set unusually high up. So firm and perky that I did not have to wear a bra if I chose not to.They were a sight to behold.

Then I got pregnant. These babies are never going to be the same.They are starting to sag a bit. They have changed colors and gotten bumpy. I think a harlequin romance would label them 'pendulous'.

I think I will spend the rest of the day mourning my poor breasts of yesteryear.

6 Comments:

Blogger DT said...

Ugh- my nice D's are now at least E's and my back is KILLING me. I feel your pain!!

10:38 AM  
Blogger Mama M said...

uh, I hate to tell you this, but I'm sure someone else has broken the news to you already: they aren't so pretty after giving birth either...especially if you decide to breastfeed. great for baby, sad for boobies :( I have been a little sad about this lately myself.

let us all have a moment of silence in collective mourning...

9:06 PM  
Blogger Rae said...

I've been the proud owner of a set of perky B's. Now at 38 weeks pregnant - they are perky no more. Too bloody heavy to be perky!
And then to find out breastfeeding makes them even less attractive... *Sigh* I'll just join in with the moment of silence...

9:23 PM  
Blogger Ellen said...

Oh baby, tell me about it. I never thought much about my average B's until I got pregnant and they jumped to blue-veined D's overnight. And wait til the baby pops out! I'm a DD now. ARGH!!! I don't know what to do with them. I am praying they return to normal after breastfeeding is over.

8:11 AM  
Blogger Mom on the run said...

LOL - I hear ya! I was a perky A and have jumped to a DD. There is no way that the girls will ever be the same again. I'm joining you in your day of mourning.

8:33 AM  
Blogger cjoy said...

I'm breastfeeding my 2nd baby now...and, no, they are never the same again. Never.

**silence**

10:37 AM  

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