Friday, August 22, 2008

Sheesh what a difference a day makes

Sheesh. In a matter of 12 hours my boobs went from being just fine to hurting like hell. I could barely sleep on my stomach last night, I kept moving and then getting a stab of shooting pain up my boobie. Today I feel like I have swollen watermelons (okay who am I kidding apricots) shoved in my nearly B bra. Yes readers, I am really flat chested. I am one of those people who actually buys a nearly B bra, b/c the A is just too depressing. Well, this morning the girls are filling out my B so much that I might not be nearly anymore. But they hurt. And of course the first thing G does this morning is grab my boob. Ouch. I keep wanting to pull my shirt out and look at them. But I guess that's inappropriate at work. I just did it anyway, though. No one saw me.

I feel like everyone should be able to tell just looking at me that I am Woman, I am Pregnant! Look at me Fertile Florence. Then I remember I'm all of 7 or 8 weeks along. No big deal yet, no big difference. But why do I feel like my stomach looks 3 months along. Ugh. It could be b/c I can't take a good poo to save my life. Oh bodily functions, how I detest you right now.

4 comments:

Baby and Me said...

C cup here you come! In a few weeks they wont be so tender.

Mama Simmons said...

I put off buying new bras as long as possible, but when I was really falling out of mine I caved and WOW... what a difference a good supportive well fitting bra makes when your breats are 3x their normal size. I can't imagine how big mine are gonna be when they engorge with milk. It'll be x-rated.

N.D. said...

Haha, aren't the boobs fun when you aren't used to having any?? But they do hurt!! Sleeping on the stomach isn't much of an option anymore! Sometimes they are ok, but most of the time not (14 weeks!) And I felt the same way like I was totally bloated and everyone must have been able to tell. Haha.

KBULL said...

Um...I went from a 34B to a 34DD almost overnight. Now I'm a 34DDD and I'm sure it'll be 34DDDD or DDDDD when I'm nursing. Sigh.