It is a fact of life that as we grow older gravity, and breastfeeding babies, take a toll on the girls.
Do yourself a favor. Go to a lingerie shop, have yourself professional measured, and invest in a good bra.
I never imagined being in this position. As a skinny teenager, I wore bras with an “almost A” cup size. Like “Sorry, you almost have boobs, but not quite yet.”
As a young adult, a gained a little weight and grew to a respectable size B then C.
Then I got pregnant.
You know that line in The Grinch Stole Christmas about his heart grew three sizes that day?
That was my breasts.
I had to buy new bras each week because my cup was overflowing.
Then I gave birth to a little preemie boy who never once drank from a bottle.
Despite a 50-pound weight loss, by the time I stopped breastfeeding my boobs had become enormous.
The department stores didn’t have bras big enough for my new well-endowed stature. So I was forced to go to an upscale lingerie shop.
A bra fitting and a couple of hundred dollars later, the girls were perky and celebrating. I had no idea that bras could be comfortable.
Invest in a Good Bra
Get fitted by a professional and invest in a good bra.
When you are older, you will be grateful that your boobs don’t look like a picture out of National Geographic.
Read all 50 pieces of advice I shared in honor of my 50th birthday.