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    Unhappy umm excuse me? i seem to have left my bum behind

    Before DS was born, I had a fab booty. I was bootlicious in all the right ways. I had a badunk to be reckoned with. It was probably my favorite part of my body. It filled out a pair of jeans nicely. It got compliments. Maybe it was too fat for some people, but I loved it.

    It seems to have fallen off me, or melted into my thighs. Literally a few hours after I gave birth, I looked in the mirror and I no longer has a beautiful, round, hilltop - but instead, it looked like there had been a mudslide.

    No matter how many squats I do, I can't get that definition back. The jeans of my bum are saggy.

    Now I just have creepy skinny calves and flabby thighs that go straight up to my stomach.

    I'm feeling sad tonight.

    I miss my butt.


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    It will come back, still early days yet go easy on your body

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    After I give birth I find I loose weight in places that I cant normally shift the weight. I am breastfeeding and have lost weight off my legs and bum. I feel great still have that flabby after baby tummy..but its only been 4 months. I'll give it a year before I whinge too much sorry to hear about your bum. I miss my flat tummy so i feel your pain

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    Quote Originally Posted by threechooks View Post
    After I give birth I find I loose weight in places that I cant normally shift the weight. I am breastfeeding and have lost weight off my legs and bum. I feel great still have that flabby after baby tummy..but its only been 4 months. I'll give it a year before I whinge too much sorry to hear about your bum. I miss my flat tummy so i feel your pain
    lol how strange is that? I have a flat .... well as flat as it ever was.... tummy and super skinny arms/legs but my lovehandles are still there. Good to hear I'm not the only one!

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    Oh yeah i get the exact same thing every time i have a baby i swear my A*s dissapears! And i miss it also lol. Right now being preggers everything is growing but inevitably i will be feeling like you. The good news is that it will come back i promise! Mine did but only after i stopped breastfeeding.

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    i miss my boobs! was a DD before kids.. within 6 weeks of dd1's birth they were a C.. breastfed her till 9months too!
    they only came back to D's during pregnancies.. now i've finished breastfeeding they're worse than C's.. padded booster bras all the way now!

    sorry to hear about your missing bum

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummaof4 View Post
    i miss my boobs! was a DD before kids.. within 6 weeks of dd1's birth they were a C.. breastfed her till 9months too!
    they only came back to D's during pregnancies.. now i've finished breastfeeding they're worse than C's.. padded booster bras all the way now!

    sorry to hear about your missing bum
    Oh no why did you have to remind me!
    When my boobs are really full I always check them out and am like "yeeeaaaah "

    then I see them empty and I'm like "noooo "

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    Quote Originally Posted by simitude View Post
    Oh no why did you have to remind me!
    When my boobs are really full I always check them out and am like "yeeeaaaah "

    then I see them empty and I'm like "noooo "
    I know what you mean! I loved my boobs when they were full but then they went like deflated balloons and s tayed that way

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    I seem to have lost my butt too. It was never bootilicious, but I liked it. Now it is kinda flat! :-(
    DS is 11 months and still bfeeding twice a day, and my boobs r still big, although "lower" lol. Wondering if they'll shrink back later, I'm not sure I want to keep the big boobies anymore.

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    I didn't BF either of my kids n my boobs still went like ski jumps and still have after bub tummy n love handles but arms n calves super skinny I look weird I miss my pre baby figure DP says I look good but I think he has to say that lol


 

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