Big-busted women run in my family and I'm no exception. When I was in 5th grade, my breasts blossomed faster than all the other girls in my class. I went from wearing a training bra to being a full C cup in less than a year. I was so aware I wasn't like everyone else and I wanted nothing more than to fit in. As far as my oversized breasts went, I hated them, which made me hate my whole body.
Mother of six wants the biggest breasts in the world
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Hearing the story of a mom being rudely attacked by a stranger for breastfeeding in public is not uncommon. Maher caught most of the incident on video and you can bet man attacking breastfeeding mom footage went viral when she posted to Facebook. I wanted to tell my friends and family what happened and that this was a real thing. The only way we are going to eradicate this behavior is to put it out there and show this is happening. Target is well-known for its support of breastfeeding mothers. They consider their stores safe places for moms to feed publicly, or to use fitting rooms for feeding if they choose. There is more than one reason why big boobs can be a curse and while breastfeeding can be one of them, dealing with comments of ignorant people just adds to an already difficult task.
Yes, These Are My Boobs and No, I'm Not Fixing Them
Here's the answer. The short answer is no. Although your breasts will likely grow larger before and during your breastfeeding journey, breast size is irrelevant when it comes to how much milk you produce. A mom with small breasts might have just as much milk supply as a mom with large breasts. For moms dealing with engorgement and latch-on issues, nipple size and shape could have an effect.
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