Sunday, February 25, 2007

Question of the Day

For all of you moms out there with 2 or more children, did you live in a constant state of engorgement? How long did it take for your body to "regulate" itself?

I have finally realized that this may be the path for me with my Triple F's. Whether it is Kaelen running around like a wild man in the house, Masyn grunting in her sleep or me just thinking about my family, the boobs go on overdrive and fill themselves to the extreme.

Lordy .... I am so NOT a boob person.

6 comments:

Megan E. Pratt said...

Good afternoon lovely mamma - big boobs? They're all the rage, didn't you know? When I was in school - I was grossly flat chested. Like - they were almost inverted they were so flat. Then, on the morning of high school graduation, I woke up and FREAKED out because suddenly I had double d's. It was a bad situation. The top to my dress was super super super tight - boobs popping out everywhere. Anyways - you probably don't want to hear about MY boobs - but you know... I just thought I would grace you with a little boob story.
Hope your little titties shrink back to regular size as you seem really uncomfortable in them as of late. It just sucks when you're running, or jumping or trying on clothes or wow. Ok so big boobs can be a bit of a hinderance.
Love you love you love you love you. Can't wait til we get to do lunch with your little kiddies and of course - YOU.
Take care you.

goofball said...

well maybe it can be worse...they could have a different size!!! Would that be possible? Gosh that would make bra-shopping very difficult :) So just make she drinks just as much on each side ;)

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Ha- so funny! JUST today I was noticing that my chest is just now starting to look smaller (Gray is 16 months and still nursing strong) so I think I am finally going back to some normalcy... but it all just might depend on you & your own body!

Steph

sari said...

I can't remember the initial period of uncomfortableness lasting too long.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Boats said...

Mine got (and stayed) gradually bigger with every child. The engorgement though, will not last too much longer. That super full, super tight, super heavy uncomfortable feeling should be going away pretty soon. Try to enjoy them while you've got them!

Jan said...

Oh Allie,

I'd love to tell you the solution to your problem but all men on earth have been sworn to secrecy on this topic :)
:P