Dear Boobs,

Boobs,

We’ve had quite a journey through all the ups and downs you always remind me of my femininity. You remind me that I am a woman.

In my teens and early 20s you were my besties, I absolutely loved you. You were perfect. A vest I could rock with the 2 of you and NO bra. Loved those days.

After the birth of my 4 kids, I didn’t like or appreciate you much for a long time. I would shout at you, get irritated and complain how much I dislike you because I couldn’t wear what I wanted.

All I wanted for the longest time is have my perky boobs and my small areola back. I even asked for a boob job. I now sleep with a pillow in between the two of you because my heart races if I don’t it feels as if something heavy is on my chest and I can’t breathe.

I know I complain about you two a lot but I’ve only recently made peace with the two of you and I have the utmost respect for the two of you.

Had it not been for you, I would not have been able to give my babies the best milk ever. I wouldn’t have bonded with them the way I did, and they wouldn’t have been so healthy. So, Thank you for giving my squad life and blessing me with an irreplaceable bond.

You are not just for the world to admire but you were created for mothers to experience another level of love, and I am grateful for the journey we have walked together.

I will be sure to always take care of you.

Sincerely yours,

Your person.

P. S My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard. LOL

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34 thoughts on “Dear Boobs,

  1. Love this – I have a love/hate relationship with my boobs so I definitely connected with that aspect of this post lol

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  2. Positive body image can be tough when we deal with so many physical changes especially after having kids. Thanks for a fun post. It reminds us our bodies serve a beautiful purpose.

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  3. Love this! It really is hard adjusting to your new body after kids. I now love it and feel more confident than I did with the perfect boobs and body. We’re all hot mamas

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  4. This was humorous to read, but extremely relatable. I absolutely loved my boobs while pregnant, but hated them after I gave birth. I wasn’t used to all the droopiness and shrinkage that happened. I also felt a bit more disconnected to my own body because I wasn’t able to breastfeed my babies, though I don’t doubt I’d be much more appreciative of them if I had. I’ve contemplated a boob job, but I’m way too chicken to do that. Maybe one day…but not soon lol

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  5. Yes! I love this series that you are doing! breastfeeding and pumping did a number on my body. I miss breastfeeding but really could do without the pumping! HAHA

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  6. What a cute post! It made me chuckle ❤ I think we can all relate to our love/hate relationship with our boobs.

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  7. Such a great post with undeniable true. We need to cherish our body more.I wasn’t fun of breastfeeding but I did for all three of my kids, it sure was worth it, but Lord my boobs suffered.

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  8. 😭😭😭 I love this so much. I feel the pain of saying goodbye to what my body, and specifically what my breasts, we’re. I need to show them more love and appreciation though. They’re the reason my little girl is thriving and our bond is so great. Thanks for sharing! Really touched by heart.

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  9. I love this, such a positive post, and such a cute idea. Thank you, having a good body image is a great thing.

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  10. I love this. So true. Childbirth can certainly make us treasure our boobs more. I know it did for me. Took away any insecurities I had about my boobs too.

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