I was watching Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead a couple weeks ago and there are multiple scenes where Marisa Tomei is wearing nothing more than a trailing bedsheet while she does something girlishly sexy like screw in an earring or flip her hair around and I couldn’t help noticing that her breasts, like, defy gravity.

I mean they actually point upward, each nipple bouncing joyously towards the ceiling. The rest of her body is flawlessly Hollywood-slender and probably pummeled into shape via Pilates and lettuce wraps, but what the hell, the woman was born in 1964, please explain how she has the boobs of a teenager.

My own personal chest region . . . well, two pregnancies and some weight gain/loss throughout the years haven’t been kind. When I get undressed, my boobs essentially drop to the floor and roll merrily under the nearest large piece of furniture. I have to buy those multiple-hook bras with thick straps and bolstered edges, and the one time I tried a pushup bra it was like trying to cram a bread pudding into a thimble.

Clothing designers are by and large an evil lot whose lifelong purpose involves frustrating the people that buy their wares — why else would I have four different sizes in my closet — but there is something particularly cruel going on with necklines these days. I can’t wear a plunging neckline because no one wants to see my, ah, sagging ruins, or the top of my sturdy, German-designed utilitarian bra, and I can’t wear a single item of clothing that requires a strapless bra (or worse, no bra at all), and let me tell you, there are not many pretty dresses out there designed with the gravity-challenged woman in mind.

I can tell you from experience that you can make a lot of changes to your body with diet and exercise, but all the pushups in the world won’t lift something that’s long since lost its boinga boinga, if you know what I mean and I think you do.

So tell me, should the finances ever align in my favor, do you think there’s anything wrong with marching into a plastic surgeon’s office and asking that they give me Marisa Tomei’s tits? I’m all done having babies and I hope I’m all done expanding and contracting, for the most part. From here on out, these sweater-puppies are nothing more than an adornment, so, you know, I’m just thinking it would be nice if they didn’t touch the tops of my shoes when I bend over.

Seriously, would you ever get plastic surgery? On the one hand, it sort of goes against the whole befriend-your-body thing I’ve been embracing lately; on the other, I WANT NEW BOINGA.

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Amanda
15 years ago

I’ve lost a lot of weight, like over 100 pounds and the girls? Are not so pretty. I used to always think FOR SURE I’d be getting plastic surgery because they used to be SO NICE. I seriously had gravity defying DD’s before losing weight. (Don’t you seriously wish you’d taken better advantage of the hot rack way back when? I had NO IDEA how good I had it.)

But I dunno, ever since I started spawning and nursing my kids, I have this weird emotional attachment to my boobs. They’re just so….useful. And there’s all those nursing memories. It just seems like it’s cruel to cut into them.

But I doubt I’ll make it to 40 without some pretty radical plastic surgery. The droop after major weight loss is less cosmetic surgery and more CORRECTIVE surgery. Either way, go for it if you want to!

Lisa
Lisa
15 years ago

if i won the lottery or came into some cash i’d beat you to the surgeon’s door to have my saggy ta-ta’s re-did. breastfeeding does a rotten thing to boobs.

Shelley
15 years ago

I’m a pretty ‘natural’ girl – not really into fashion or even dressing up, wear make-up just a handful of times a year – and don’t really understand the fascination/desire/need to slow/stop/reverse the aging process.

That said – I’ve always hated my breasts. And after breastfeeding two kids (one still in the early stages) and gaining and losing weight outside of pregnancy, my feelings towards them has gotten worse.

It’ll still be years and it’ll probably take me a couple of years to decide but I am definitely thinking about getting some kind of enhancement done.

SJ
SJ
15 years ago

I’ve had two kids, gained/lost a ton of weight (although I’m no where near as hawt as you, or at my goal YET) and have had this conversation with myself SO MANY TIMES. I’d do it, but only after I researched the hell out of it. So I say to you – go for it!

Afterall what’s wrong with a little BOINGA, BOINGA?

Trish
Trish
15 years ago

Implants, no. A lift, yes!
My breasts are copies of grandmother’s (size and shape, not large) and by the time she was in her 70’s – they hung even with her stomach. Can’t wait! :(

Jenny
15 years ago

There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with going for it. I’m in the same boat as you (two kids, weight loss) and as a 28 year old woman who looks like she has granny boobs I plan on going to the doctor to talk about my options in a couple months or so (I have to wait several months after breastfeeding).

The risks are minimal, the chances of something BAD happening are very small, you will have to go through discomfort and pain for what, a few weeks? To have decades of a better body? I look forward to the day when I can wear a bikini top that is NOT a halter that digs into the back of my neck just to keep my boobs where they are supposed to be.

Alyson
15 years ago

Happy boobs is the one plastic surgery I’ve ever considered even some kind of option for me. I have a thing about people (with the exception of my hubby) getting too close to my face, so I figure a face-lift is out.

Besides, if you have perky tits, who cares if the face would look better on a bloodhound!

Victoria
15 years ago

I don’t think I would have plastic surgery, but I’ve considered for years (since high school) getting breast reduction. And now, lately, I sometimes look at my chin and wonder…
But, yeah, probably not. *shrug*

Kat
Kat
15 years ago

I have a friend who had the funds in hand after she was done having the babies to purhcase new Man Made Boobies. Now she has to follow strict instructions, no sleeping on her tummy, no sleeping on her side, she has to do this weird massage daily to keep the implants soft and pliable or they can harden. She also has to be very careful about the bras she wears and her doctor has instructed her not to go braless too often because the ‘shelf’ of muslce or whatever it’s called that the breasts are either resting on or held up by can actually sag and then she’ll have to go in for lifts whenever that happens (and it will happen, it’s ineveitable) or she’ll end up with pert, bouncy boobies that are actually coming out of her tummy.

It’s just too much work for me. I’ll stick to my natual saggy post baby boobies. It’s just easier.

Amy
Amy
15 years ago

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Lesley
Lesley
15 years ago

“please explain how she has the boobs of a teenager”

Two possibilities:
a) surgery
b) stunt double
c) add gossamer or vaseline on the lens or whatever they use now – airbrush?

Lesley
Lesley
15 years ago

Btw, to answer your question re plastic surgery. It’s someone’s personal business what they have done and I could care less. But if I were going for surgery I’d do my homework first – be sure you can vouch for the surgeon and hope he’s not got some one size fits all approach as many appear to have. awfulplasticsurgery.com is proof that all the money in the world can still result in disaster.

Carolyn
15 years ago

Dooo it, or at least think seriously about it. I work in the operating room and they perform miracles DAILY. I’m not just talking about implants but a simple breast lift or small reduction does amazing things, even if one doesn’t have large boobs to begin with. Maybe it’s just seeing the nipple back in the right spot that makes all the difference. They also “resize” the nipple to some extent leaving you with less of a national geographic, bread and butter plate sized nipple. Seriously I often think of clapping once we finish.

Anonymous
Anonymous
15 years ago

I want to be sliced and diced and I’m only 23. With no babies. At least your reasons and decision making make sense.

Basically, you want it for the right reasons, and I want it because I think it will make life magical and shiny and happy. Like a magic trick.

So, uh, I see no problem with you. Me, on the other hand? Thank god I don’t actually have any money…

(Also, I was always told that lifts still required implants, albeit a small one. So, uh, do your homework. Because clearly misinformation is flying around. I try not to do the research, though, as to cut the temptation.)

April
April
15 years ago

Some women have those pointy-uppy boobs. I call them French girl boobs for some reason. Maybe Marisa Tomei just has those kind? I wish mine looked like that, but they’re more cone-y.

Aaaaanyway…I say go for it if it makes you happy. You’ve done such an amazing job re-making your body. That would be the icing on the cake!

laughing mommy
15 years ago

I had a breast reduction this year, and I don’t count it as plastic surgery at all… I count it as a much needed way to relieve back, shoulder and neck pain.

It was a very easy surgery, easy recovery and I’m so happy with the end result.

Check to see if your insurance will cover it… if they determine you are too large for your body frame they will pay the whole thing. :) Good luck!

Chris
15 years ago

no question about it, if I were you and had worked so hard to get the body you have, yet the boinga wasn’t happening…no doubt about it, I would most certainly do it.

Nicole
15 years ago

After my daughter was born, I was gutted to see that my already tiny bras looked only half full. Then one night at a party, I stumbled into a conversation in which one woman was telling how her sister was being operated on the very next day for implants, and while she was totally opposed, she was atleast happy that the operation was being done by the best surgeon in the city. I asked who that surgeon was and when I got home I started to write the name down in a safe place, so that if one day I decided to do it, I would know who to go see. Then it suddenly dawned on me, why wait for “some day”? If I was going to get a boob job, would it not be better to do it right now and enjoy it for longer? While the rest of my body slightly matched? The next day I had an appointment to meet the doctor and a month later I had it done. Sure, it was a spur of the moment decision, but after years of hypothetically discussing the possibility with girlfriends, I think I had already hashed out my feelings on the subject. I didn’t go very big at all, and most people never even noticed since it was more a case of replacing my padded bras with something more lacy (and the implant). HOWEVER, I find that I am very embarrassed to get naked at the yoga studio dressing room because it is blatantly obvious that my perky boobs do not match the rest of the package. My husband is always there to reassure me that they look awesome, of course, and I am happy to have had it done. I just wonder about the future. What will I do when I am 50? 60? Can the doctor replace these perky melons with something more age appropriate? The fact is that once you have it done, you do have to deal with a repeat operation down the road, either to replace them or remove them. That bothers me more than anything else.

Lindy
15 years ago

Aah my boobies are not what they used to be. I think perky tits are wasted on the young! Last week while getting dressed after swimming with my daughter (2.4 y/o) she watched me putting on my bra and said “up boobies”. Oh yes a tender mother/daughter moment

kristylynne
kristylynne
15 years ago

Sure, boob jobs are fine. But may I suggest that you try going on the pill first (if you’re not on it already)? I was considering a boob job to fix my own baby-destroyed rack, but then I went on the pill and voila, the damn things grew and grew and now are nice and round and firm again. It’s a miracle. And much cheaper and less painful than surgery.

jennifer wilson
15 years ago

Go for it! A friend of mine got hers done for similar reasons and they are spectacular….I’ve felt them and they feel great! I was drunk and blah, blah, blah….when I’m done with kids I’ll consider buying new breasts for sure!

Bethany
Bethany
15 years ago

I see nothing wrong with it. I have a..different problem than you, with the smallest boobs known to man, so if I had the finances, I might consider it.

Joanne
15 years ago

I’m 40 and I don’t think I’ll change my mind at this late stage of the game, but I personally would never do it. I have two kids and might have more but even if I were ‘done’, the thought of it offends me. I think it’s great and necessary to be healthy and to feel good about yourself but I just think what you look like, or where your breasts are when you are past a certain age, has very, very little to do with who you are. I refuse to submit to those of us who want to feel that it means a lot.

Kristy
15 years ago

I would never have anything foreign inserted into my body…ever. That’s asking for unforseen problems. However, a nip, a tuck, etc. yes…yes I would. I see no reason why anyone shouldn’t do what makes them happier with their body. Especially when someone like yourself has worked so extremely hard to be healthy and in shape. Some things cannot be fixed with diet and exercise alone. However, I wouldn’t want great tit’s if it meant I had to carry around foreign matter and worry about rupture and/or cancer, etc. etc. etc. But if they could push mine up where they used to be pre-child…yes yes sign me up!

Sleepynita
15 years ago

I had a breast reduction in 2001. Best decision ever. And even after breastfeeding one baby and being pregnant with number two- they are still damn perky and cute.

If I lose enough baby weight I am going to consider having my “HANG” taken in. I never have been able to get rid of the pouch below the belt line no matter how skinny and fit I got.

Heather
Heather
15 years ago

When I was in High School my Mom was a surgical nurse for a plastic surgeon. I had a horrible humped nose and no self esteem. I got a nose job at 17. Never regretted it a single day. For those who say you should love yourself the way you are, you obviously haven’t been in my shoes. It was literally impossible for me to even know who I really was and what there was to love about myself because I was so consumed with thinking that people were laughing at me and mocking me.
Jump forward 15 years. After my second (and last) baby was 4 years old, I got a tummy tuck. I had a huge flap of skin that wasn’t ever going to go away. My abdominal muscles had also split apart during pregnancy and needed to be brought back together. I have never regretted it for one second. I have to say, I look fantastic.
There is totally nothing wrong with the judicious use of a little plastic surgery. If your boobs are the only things preventing you from being completely satisfied with your body, then fix them, and nobody’s opinion should sway you as long as you and JB are on the same page.
On another note, my boobs are like oranges in floppy socks. I am not interested in surgery for them. I did however, find a fantastic bra that did not require an engineering degree to design. It is a bali minimizer – yeah, yeah, minimizer may not sound like what you want but I have had people ask me if I have had a boob job when I wear it because it puts those puppies back where they belong (and is comfortable at the same time).

babelbabe
15 years ago

after four pregnancies (and subsequent nursing altho my boobs arent too awful only because they were A cups to start), coupled with some sad genetics, I can not lose my belly. I am mostly fit and muscled everywhere else (thank you, Jillian Michaels, you evil woman) but the pooch wont go – I look like I am five months pregnant and it’s actually worse when the rest of me is skinny. so yes, I would have surgery – at least a tummy tuck – in a heartbeat. In a heartbeat.

Gertie
15 years ago

I am a large breasted (40J) woman that has been wanting a reduction since age 15, the point when I had to give up running because of my chest. I’ve waited all this time for surgery because I thought if I was to have children I’d want to breastfeed.

I’m now approaching my 40th birthday, won’t be having those children, and am SO past ready to have these things OFF. I hate them so badly I can’t even date anymore. Argh.

However, this past year I was finally ACCURATELY fitted for a bra at Bravissimo and it has made a huge world of difference. (fyi, if you are 38 inches around you should NOT be wearing 38 inch bra– it has to be tighter to hold you. The should straps should not be what holds you as this causes more pain).

The right bra makes a world of difference. My back doesn’t hurt as much, I have beautiful cleavage now and not something that looks like a giant butt crack, I feel sexier, and I’ve even started looking into running again.

That being said, I am still going to have the surgery. I just had nasal surgery to help me breath better and improve my health, why wouldn’t I have breast surgery that will improve my mental health? Yes, it might be considered a “vanity” issue, but to me vanity is a vital a part of my health and wellbeing.

CharlieSue
CharlieSue
15 years ago

My girlfriends and I are all pretty large-boobed, which means that we will be in the exact same place within the next few years while we all have babies and then stop having babies.

This also means that while we view plastic surgery in the same way most people view cheeseburgers (meaning you should have it any way you like it), we will likely be marching into a surgeon’s office and demanding a group discount.

This means I think you should definitely go for it.

Allison
15 years ago

There is absolutely nothing wrong with having your boobs/tummy/face done. It’s all up to you and I hope you already made your decision before posting here b/c it would be a shame if anyone here swayed you either way.
You should do whatever you want and feel good about it. It’s your body.

Sara
Sara
15 years ago

I was reading this to my husband and then found a link to the pictures from that movie. We ogled them together appropriately. Then my husband turned to me and said, “Those are called turNIPS.” I love him.

I don’t see anything wrong with getting a boob job. Please promise me one thing, though… and that is that you get NICE ones. Not big Pamela Anderson style globes. Get ones that actually look real, for the love of god please. As a side note – I really don’t believe that your tits hit the floor. You are so freaking in shape, I bet that you’re being hard on yourself and you damn near have the turnips yourself.

willikat
15 years ago

I get why you’d want them, and I don’t have kids yet, so take this with a grain of salt…and yeah, I’m 27, no kids, and my boobs don’t look that good…
I really really really feel strongly that if people get plastic surgery our obsession with body types and what’s normal is going to be so incredibly destructive. I’m planted firmly in the no-surgery category. Marisa has probably had work done (great work, no doubt) but it leads all the women to see that that is what things are supposed to look like, rather than what they ACTUALLY look like when you’ve lived life a little. I guess i feel like if you really love your body, you can see past those imperfections (I am not there yet, there are things I’d love to change, so that’s not a value or moral judgment at all, just where I’d like to be someday).
but more power to you, whatever you decide.

Maria
15 years ago

I think about it once in a while for sure. Right now my pregnancy boobs are just making me sad, since I know that they will resume being floppy bags as soon as I’m done nursing this kidlet.

The other day my two-year-old told me my nipples looked like hotdogs. (As in the way you cut a hot dog for a two-year-old to eat it.)

Sigh. Yeah, I would love to have a nice, modest, perky rack when I’m done making babies. For me, the biggest issue is that I kind of rely on my nipples to get aroused, and if new boingas screwed that up I’m not sure my husband would get any ever again. Which might defeat the purpose of new boingas I guess.

Alley
Alley
15 years ago

I’ve thought about it since I’d kinda like my boobs to be more lifted, but I don’t think I could do it simply b/c I’m too much of a wuss to have surgery when I don’t need it. I’m of the opinion that every surgery is major surgery and, well, I’m a worrywart.

I can say that strapless bras suck, but bustiers are awesome if you have anything larger than an A cup. The extra boning helps give extra support and lift.

This has reminded me that I’m 99% sure I’m wearing the wrong bra size and really need to get my ass over to Macy’s to get fitted again.

breckgirl
breckgirl
15 years ago

I say get the tits. I did, and I don’t regret it. You won’t be sleeping on your belly much anymore (unless you have the Tempurpedic like me, which warms up and forms little tit caves in which they dwell happily throughout the night). Loss of sensation, well – a little, but that is dependent on which method you choose – I chose through the nipple (not as gross of a recovery as you might envision) and I can still feel, uh, you know…

One thing I would say for sure, though – go to the BEST you can afford. Don’t rush it and find the best doc you can. In Seattle, you should have no problem with that. Look at the before and afters, talk to others who have had that surgeon, etc. I got silicone (most are using saline these days) and am happy to extoll the virtues of silicone, the merits of over vs. under the muscle, etc. if you ever want to have that gab fest via email! Am happy to share my experience with you any time.

You’ve worked hard for your bod – get the boobs (and flat belly, if you are so inclined) to match. I am all for it!!!

breckgirl
breckgirl
15 years ago

I just saw your little entry about wanting a lift, not implants. So did I, but I tell you – you’ll be hard pressed to find a surgeon who will do just a lift without implants because the results are so much better with implants. I’m just tellin’ ya what to expect, should you go boob surgery shopping…

teacup
15 years ago

for sure. i feel that after god knows how many years of broken sleep and dealing with other peoples poop and having my formerly pretty alright body stretched to kingdom come and back, i deserve some kind of reward. which isn’t to say that i WILL do it, but i like to give myself the option to do it if i want to.

Fay
Fay
15 years ago

I have more than one friend/acquaintance who have had breast lifts (without implants), and they say it was the best money they ever spent. And they are not all INTO plastic surgery or anything.

Carolyn J.
15 years ago

Maybe Marisa was wearing those stick-on bra things to give a little boob-lift on camera. You never know what kind of tricks they might be using, after all.

A breast lift is done with an implant, so it’s implant no matter which way you go. I can’t really tell you what I think about it because I still have my Boinga. I don’t know what I’d do if I lost it.

Mo
Mo
15 years ago

Linda, you must listen to me: I went in for a lift, but was told it was far more invasive than implants, and that implants would perk up the girls just fine with practically no scarring. I didn’t want bigger boobs, but I agreed to the implants because the doctor was persuasive. He was right – they were awesome, and did the trick. Six months later I was diagnosed with breast cancer (no no no – not because of the implants). I had the implants removed, a mastectomy, chemo, radiation etc etc bla bla, and to make a long story short I had reconstructive surgery with a (new) implant on one side, and a breast lift on the other to match it up. All this to tell you that implants may be the way to go, because the breast lift is not an easy or inexpensive procedure, and your girls might get their boing back with a little cushion surgically inserted. And no – there’s nothing wrong with it. Your boobs have worked hard – they deserve a treat.

Caroline
Caroline
15 years ago

Hi Linda– I agree with the PP. A lift is really major surgery and can cause more pain/issues than implants because they are really moving muscle around. I’d do a lot of research on the procedure before going in for a lift.

Pre-marriage and kids, I planned 100% on having a lift when I was done having kids and bfing. Money is not a huge issue and I really didn’t see any other hurdles. What’s a little pain for a life time of looking perky? My boobs were already kind of saggy pre-kids due to some weight gain during college and subsequent weight loss, so I knew I’d need it.

Fast forward to the present and I need that lift more than ever! Pregnancy and nursing were not kind to the boobs. I’ve probably got a nice small C cup stuck in a full D cup’s skin. But, turns out that I married an anesthesiologist, so I have an entirely different perspective on the surgery (and elective surgery, in general) than I did before. If I could do it without the risk or if I hated my boobs so much that my feelings got in the way of my ability to live a happy and full life and be present for my family and myself, I sure would, but my kids need me too much for me to afford the risk and the boobs are more of an annoyance than anything else.

superblondgirl
15 years ago

I would. I mean, I’d research it first and really figure out if it would work for me, but if it would, yeah, why the hell not? I’d love perky boobs. I’d love not to have bat wing arms. To not have the ring’o fat round the tummy. I can understand all the reasons not to, and yet, it’s certainly tempting, if I could afford it, if I think it would really make a difference without making really yucky scars.

jenB
15 years ago

After losing weight and having enough excess skin to tie in knots, I am pro-whatever you want. I will also be doing my boobs, which sit on my thighs without a bra. Time, age, and sag has eased my thoughts on plastic surgery. So many years left to live, let us boing!

Allison
Allison
15 years ago

Just one suggestion. . . have you ever seen a ballet dancer with saggy tits? I was pretty big into ballet until I was 22 and my sister used to make fun of my tits. . . she said I was deformed cuz they sat so high on my chest. We wore the same size bra but she looked 3 sizes bigger and I couldn’t get cleavage to save my life. I used to tell her. . . you just wait 10 years and THEN we’ll see how deformed I look! :p Well now that I haven’t seen a ballet studio in 10 years, wear a DDD and wouldn’t DARE pull on a pair of tights I can’t say they’re the world’s perkiest but I am imensely grateful for those ballet years and what they did for me. I HIGHLY reccomend you try out these videos, especially since you’re always looking for something new and different.

http://www.amazon.com/New-York-City-Ballet-Complete/dp/B000HRMAR2/ref=pd_bxgy_b_text_b

No excercise is likely to make them look like Marissa Tome’s but I am willing to bet you could see some improvement with the right moves.

Good luck whatever you choose! You deserve to feel great about yourself.

Josh
15 years ago

Dude, buy yourself some sweet new tits. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s not the same kind of plastic surgery cheating that comes with face lifts and liposuction. I’ve seen gorgeous women who are past their prime, and look incredible, but once the clothes come off have a horror show duo attached to their chests. It’s scary, and it makes my dick sad. There’s just nothing you can do about time and children. Actually this is one of my biggest arguments against a loving, caring God. But fortunately we’ve fixed this small problem with science.

Think of your body like a car. Some women might get a porsche, while others get a school bus. It’s not fair, but you get what you get. Either way, your man is going to want to ride you more frequently if you have a brand new paint job. Now think of your sex life after children like a cold harsh winter. If you look brand new, and warm up quickly there’s no reason not to ride you at least two times a day. It also doesn’t hurt to keep your engine well lubed and have a big trunk. Leather seats and chains can be helpful in the winter as well. But number one is the new paint job.

Melissa
Melissa
15 years ago

I have had this conversation with some friends recently and every one of us agreed that we would go for a “lift”. And possibly a wee bit of a tummy tuck. After serious ab work of course. But I don’t see anything wrong with that. If it buys you some confidence (and more sexy bras), it’s worth it. It’s a long life after kids and who wants National Geographic boobies?

Eva
Eva
15 years ago

I wish my breasts didn’t sag, but they do, but it can be fixed with a bra, and I don’t have too many wardrobe conflicts with that, so I’m sticking with the bra. Surgery scares me. But plenty of people have no problem with it.

velocibadgergirl
15 years ago

I am totally not opposed to a little lift and tuck, if you knowwhatimean. I haven’t had kids yet, but once I do I plan to sail on down to my doctor’s office and tell them to show me everything they’ve got on reductions. Because once I’m done theoretically feeding my offspring, I got no damn use for DDDs. :P

So I say why not to asking for some Marisa tatas ;)

Jamie
15 years ago

I’ve had cosmetic surgery and would do it again in a second. I had a breast reduction 2 years ago bringing my 40DDDs to 36Bs. It was for medical reasons so my insurance covered 100% of it. Of course, I still have the stretch marks from all of the growth, but it doesn’t bother me as much as the weight and the rashes did! I’m considering a tummy tuck because my stomach muscles are broke and I can’t loose the weight on my own. I get asked constantly if I am expecting or when I am due (which grates down my self esteem big time). The money is the biggest obstacle because insurance won’t touch it.

You only life once, you might as well be happy and feel good about yourself!

thejunebug
thejunebug
15 years ago

Did you put ads on your site to help pay for the new boobs? :(