Comments on: 10 Unrecognizable Post Baby Body Parts A parenting community for imperfect parents. Sun, 21 Sep 2014 16:25:56 +0000 hourly 1 By: Christie Mon, 15 Sep 2014 18:34:49 +0000 My DS named my breasts Nee Nee’s and talked to and played with them as if they were his breast friend. They had grown from a respectable C cup to a HHH and never went down. One day while getting dressed but naked at the time, I bent over. An awful traumatic sight for me but my DS yelled “My Nee Nee tree!!” and latched on – all while I was still bent over. Sadly the Nee Nee tree is one of his favorites and he’s like a ninja. I have to be very very watchful when getting dressed or I hear an evil giggle right before the “tree” is attacked and I have an extra 35 pound appendage hanging from them! God bless us all for torturing our bodies in effort to bring forth that perfect child that will change the world. Now I must go and pray he only uses his powers for good.

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By: maria Sat, 06 Sep 2014 16:20:18 +0000 That eye-thing, yes!! My whole face got less symmetrical after birth. My straight teeth… one front tooth is now longer than the other, my lips are slightly crooked, one eye is bigger than the other and when I get tired my right eye starts wandering inward. I’ve had classes of students grow silent and with horror. Everything is just off. Not in a very noticeable way, but I notice. Maybe it’s hormonal?

My boobs are now bigger (sorry), so I never got to fit into my old cute sweaters. I actually liked my B-cup, I now have a C-cup and a storage for a pencil under my boob. My hips got bigger too, so those cute old pants are off-limits. My skin got really, really irritable. It would range from a cute “winter’s walk blush” to “post-apocalyptic landscape” from day to day, but it always felt like there were lice under my skin. I lost my midsection… I am now more square. I also have varicose veins on my ankles and there’s something odd about my hair. It’s just… not my hair. Oh, and my belly is still a pouch. I run, I do yoga, I try to eat well… but the pouch stays. I think I’ll implant a zipper and call it a wallet. The babyweight is staying too, four years post-partum :(, and I got mommy-arms.

Sigh…. my other mommy-friends are 4 to 8 years younger than me (the ones that had their baby around the same time)… and they fit into their pre-pregnancy pants within two weeks. It’s not fair ;)

But in all fairness (and I think you could agree), I got a few more laughlines around my eyes, I got a sparkle in my eye and more patience, a softer face (not fatter, although, that too… but softer, like soft-focus). We’re mommies… it’s beautiful in a different way.

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