So cute. :) I've had the annual boobie smasher as well. I've even had to have lumps removed. Nothing fun at all. It's certainly a love hate relationship to say the least. I think what I am unhappiest about is how I worked so hard to get to my goal weight only to leave me with a fraction of the pre baby boobs I had. Seems like a cruel joke.Very happy it's "only" a cyst. :)Laura@ Mice In The Kitchen
I love the good news - and you captured what I've felt about my boobies with your words. I had the hardest time breastfeeding as well...and the breast pump?! Can we all say UGH!Thanks again girly for the laugh of my day!
Great story. But, I want to know (yea, I'm being nosey)...did you have any issues and the doctor recommended a mamogram or was this something you are now doing yearly? I do NOT want to have one. These double d's I have - makes me roll my eyes at just the though of having them smashed like a pancake. Mine are just huge, in the way and never been nothing cute about them. My milk did come in though and was pouring a month before Daven was born. I however, would not breastfeed in public. Reason being...a nurse told me in the hospital that I would NEVER be able to breast feed Dav because my breast were larger than his head. What kind of S.H.I.T is that? Then I was just too embarrassed to woop it out. I am very glad this was good news that came back. I've been very curuious since I seen your post on IG!
THANK YOU GOD!!!! SOOOOO happy to read that everything is okay!!
I had a similiar scare a few years back and I too reconnected with my tatas at that time. Glad to hear everything is o.k
That was a lot of info about your boobs. I feel like I know them personally now. I always said "yes, if I can" too, and I struggled at first, but then was able to breastfeed. I don't know if I would have been angry or not, if I wasn't able to. My mom didn't breastfeed, and she wasn't against it, but she hated when people lifted it up as the greatest thing you could possibly do for your child. Anyway... (.)(.)
Boobs. Love them, hate them, love to hate them.Glad it was just a cyst and nothing more serious!!
Glad for the good news...and I hate my boobs too.No boobs until junior yer, and then they ended up being lopsided and I hate them even more. Great feeding was a semi failure and I tell my husband almost weekly that I wouldn't miss them if I ever had to loose them. I think I only half-mean that, though.Www.lifecreated.com
Lose*....geez, I should really proofread before I hit enter...sorry:)