Friday, May 28, 2010


I was going to lunch with some friends, and I had some time to spare, so I went to a local shopping center. I went in Victoria's Secret to see If they had some cheap bras to accommodate my growing boobs. When I walked in, I was instantly drawn to the 2 for $32 rack. I picked up a set of 34C and walked to the counter.

For whatever reason, the sales lady asked me if I had been or needed to be fitted for a bra. I told her "no" and briefly explained why I was buying them. Her response... "you don't want these. These are for teenagers. You'll need a full coverage bra."

My reaction... Embarrassment but whatever.

She whips around from behind the counter and pulls out a measuring tape from thin air and measures me for a bra in like 30 seconds. When she was done, she announced that I would need a 36D and walked to the back section of the store.

She pulled out two bras from the drawer, handed them to me and explained why they'd be best for the next three or four months. When we got back to the counter, she explained how I should wear a bra all the time and move on to wearing sports bras after the pregnancy to keep the breasts from sagging and tearing irrepairable tissue that keeps the breasts perky.

She explained that that technique is what she used to keep her (very busty) double Ds from going south after she had her kid.

I purchased the bras thinking that I'd "grow" into them over the next few months... However, when I got home and tried them on, I quickly realized that I already fit a D cup!!!

So, my mom can totally add one or two bra shopping trips to the JCPenney outlet to her grandmother list!


  1. Aww man, I don't think there is a JCP outlet up here. You can get some good deals there.

    I don't know whether to be jealous, happy or sad about situation. How are you feeling about it?

  2. I'm kinda happy about it since it was one of the things I looked forward to... As long as I don't end up looking like Pam Anderson, I'm cool. From what I read, I don't think they will get much bigger than they are now.

  3. This post made me smile. I had DD's BEFORE I got preggo so I was worried about needing to have some kind of industrial-strength parachute bra made. I lucked up and didn't have much fluctuation throughout the pregnancy. The kicker was about 3 days AFTER my son was born...when the, ahem...milk came in. I felt like I had small basketballs sticking awkwardly off my chest and they were hard as rocks :O I was told to wrap them in cabbage leaves and they would go back down. Strange huh?

    I exclusively bottle fed and I've always been a stickler about sleeping in a bra. It's a matter of comfort for me. I can proudly say that my son will be a year old next week and mine still sit pretty much where they did before!