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Body Changes: Adolescence to college to pregnancy to motherhood (Anonymous)

March 25, 2008

I’ve always been self conscious about my body, even during adolescence and high school when I was in tip-top shape and looked great. With college came weight gain. I’d always had small breasts. A cup/sometimes a small B. I gained 50 pounds during college with lack of exercise and drinking a lot of beer and eating a lot of fast food. I still wasn’t fat, but definitely not comfortable in my body. One nice change were my breasts, which went up to a C cup. Now I am pregnant and 240 pounds, and my breasts are a D cup. They are still perky and nice. If it weren’t for my breasts, I would probably be very very very insecure about my body. Thank GOD I found a man who appreciates the NATURAL female body. Here I sit, 9 months pregnant and covered from boob to knee in stretch marks, and my boyfriend still thinks my body is beautiful. He is what keeps me happy about myself and assures me that my body is hot and sexy, ESPECIALLY with his baby inside of it. I have a few pics to share.





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4 Responses to “Body Changes: Adolescence to college to pregnancy to motherhood (Anonymous)”

  1. Sarah Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:15 pm

    Wow you look gorgeous! And you are not covered from boob to knee…. they’re hardly visible if you are. Your hubby sounds wonderful!

  2. beki Says:
    March 26th, 2008 at 6:34 am

    its lovely to hear you feel good about your looks and its nice to hear you have a hubby who loves you for who you are! and your stretch marks are not that bad at all! good luck with your birth and if you feel comfortable enough share you post partum pictures!

  3. Caurie Says:
    March 26th, 2008 at 8:19 am

    Congratulations on your pregnancy and having such a wonderful man beside you! Your hair is gorgeous by the way!

  4. Toni Allen Says:
    March 27th, 2008 at 9:37 am

    Think of them as “badges of honor” ;)

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