Amy Schumer is no stranger to sharing about her parenting struggles on her Instagram, and one of her latest announces is something many mummies out there can totally relate to: saggy post-baby boobs.
The post depicts her in a rather loose-fitting grey sweater pointing towards her hearts, working together with the caption” I should be nominated for a sag give #notwheretheyoncewere”( in reference to the Screen Actors Guild Awards show that happened over the past weekend ). Take a seem 😛 TAGEND
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Now to be honest, her tits don’t really gape that saggy to us at all( she probably just thought of the funny caption and decided to take a picture to go with it–she is a comedian after all ), but if she’s noticed a modify from where they used to be then “theyre saying”,” Welcome to the saggy boobs society, Amy !”
Moms, let’s time enjoy our boobs–no matter what they look likeAs numerous moms know, saggy tits are just a thing that happens after you have a kid. However, here’s a recreation reality: it’s not technically breastfeeding that builds your tits sag. Yup, countless moms-to-be take the potential for saggy breasts into account when they decide whether or not to breastfeed, but actually breastfeeding doesn’t have anything to do with it. It’s all in your genetics.
During pregnancy, hormones make your tits swell up to prepare for breastfeeding. Whenever your figure realises it no longer needs to produce milk — whether you choose not to breastfeed, or down the road when you wean–the glands in your breasts shrink and the skin that extended to accommodate the initial fullness will likely appear saggy.
Luckily, there’s no shame in having an awesome mom bod. Your figure created another human and prepped itself to nourish that human. Saggy boobs are a badge of honour! So welcome to the club, Amy. We’re sorry you didn’t get nominated for an actual SAG award, but you can still wear your sag with pride.
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