Tuesday, June 23, 2009

New Swim Suits for the Girls, lol

One thing that totally excites me lately is bathing suit shopping. I am so excited to finally be able to look feminine in one. My new girls (aka-the boobies) will make such a difference. Check out this awesome suit I snagged from Victoria's Secret on sale:And yes, in case you are wondering, I do expect my boobies to be that spectacular, lol.

I also snagged an awesome bikini from Athleta (they are owned by Gap) on clearance. They have bathing suits specifically made for gals with big boobs. I love the styles and patterns that they offer. If you are in the market for a new suit, be sure to check them out. Just go to gap.com and you will see a tab for Athleta.

Tomorrow is my breast augmentation consultation and pre-op appt. Both appointments got rolled into one since my surgery is already scheduled for next week. I am really excited but nervous also. I hope the surgery goes well and that I am not dying in pain afterwards. Someone mentioned to me that a pain pump isn't a bad idea but I am not so sure if that is really necessary. It is an option offered by my surgeon so I will be sure to ask him about it tomorrow. Anyone out there have advice?

Monday, June 15, 2009

A New Me, The Rockies, Bad Teeth

I have been going crazy with anticipation over the past month. I have elected to do the breast augmentation surgery in early July. Yay!! I have been thin my whole life so that area of my body has never been all that impressive. It really sucks that I was a nice D last month and this month I am back down to an A. How unfair is mother nature?! I really thought that I would be able to keep some of the boobage I gained while pumping milk for my second surrobaby but that didn't happen. My whole life has been spent trying to find bras and bathing suits that flattered being small up top. I am so sick of that! I can't wait to be able to buy cute bathing suits and bras that have little or no padding. The decision to have this surgery has been a long time coming. If I could have done it at 12, I would have, lol. My nickname as "the wall" in middle school really affected me and it didn't help that 2 of my closest friends were D cups by the 5th grade. Everything is about to change for me and I will feel more confident in my clothes. I can't wait!! The consult is going to be next Wednesday and the surgery is now set for July 3rd (I moved it from the 10th this morning).

Yesterday, Hayden and I went to the Rockies game with Melissa and Braeden. We had a lot of fun. The boys got to walk around the whole field in a parade with their tball team. I got some pics but haven't uploaded them yet. I will post those soon. We ended up leaving the game early and it was a good thing we did. It started to rain as we got into the car. On our way up 25, it began to hail horribly. It was insane how bad it was coming down. I thought that it was going to bust the windshield out. Ugh. What is with our weather lately? Last week was full of tornadoes and hail storms. I am so tired of it all. Hopefully this week will be better.

Poor Hayden got 3 teeth filled last week. We were so worried about how he was going to do but he was a superstar. He was lucky in that they didn't have to use a local anesthetic at all. We chose to have him gassed with nitrous though as that made it all that much easier on him. I now know why they call it laughing gas. Hayden was so funny! He talked about feeling like he was turning and some of the things he said were simply hilarious. It definitely help relax him during the procedure. Now we have a problem because he thinks that getting cavities filled is "fun". Ugh.

Sunday, June 07, 2009

Playing Catcher

Last weekend, Hayden got to play the position of catcher. He didn't really like the position but he sure looked cute in all the catcher garb. Look closely in the first pic and you can see him smiling as we were cheering him on, lol.

Setting the ball on the tee (Why won't he tuck his shirt in???)
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