“Do your boobs hang low, do they wobble to and fro?”


So if you read the “About” section on here, you’d see how I’ve described myself. Not-so-skinny, not-so-perfect, etc. The one thing I could say about myself for a long time though, is that I liked my rack. I never had issues when it came to “fulfilling” that area. I think what I liked best about my boobs, was that they took away from my gut. Focus, UP!

I don’t know about you other mom’s, but seriously, WTF happened to my tits! I went from having boobs a pin-up girl would be envious of, to ending up looking like I should be on the cover of National Geographic (not in a good way). They’ve lost their “oomph” so to speak.

Not only that, but one tit seems to feel more “deflated” than the other tit, which makes finding a bra a bitch. Not only do I have to find a bra that defies gravity, so to speak, but I have to find one that leaves the girls looking equally full again.

You don’t find bras like that at Walmart.

At least their still big, and can still distract from the fact that my daughter is 19 months old, and I still manage to have a belly that looks like I’m 6 months pregnant….and a zebra. Yay, stretchmarks! (Said nobody ever).

If you’re one of those women who ended up popping right back in to looking like a barbie doll… you’re clearly following the wrong blog.

(And I’m secretly super fucking jealous.)


8 thoughts on ““Do your boobs hang low, do they wobble to and fro?”

  1. So true, after three kids my once ample and voluptuous chest is now likened to a pair of nylons filled with jelly. Lol. Not to mention they insane size difference that comes from breast feeding a baby who prefers the left side.

    • That’s my issue for sure – I also had a left-sider. Now righty is plump nice, and lefty is pretty flacid. Now how can I get my man to only grab the right…

  2. I am a tiny person by nature but I used to have fairly nice size honkers for someone so little. After nursing 3 kids, I may as well be back in the training bra department with the 10 year olds, and yet, somehow the little bits I have been left with are also saggy. I didn’t know that was even possible, but it is. SO MUCH FUN! 🙂

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